1. Mon Jun. 1

    Concerts in the Park - Singer Songwriter Night Come enjoy a free concert in the park every Monday night in June and July. This week will feature Joseph Moore, Bri Ray, Tia Thompson, Amber Lynn, and Iris. Concessions will be available for purchase.
  2. Mon Jun. 8

    Concerts in the Park - Timpanogos Chorale Come enjoy a free concert in the park every Monday night in June and July. This week will feature the Timpanogos Chorale. Concessions will be available for purchase.
  3. Tue Jun. 9

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Ideas for Summer

  1. Fox Hollow Golf specials in June:

    • FREE Lesson with the Professionals - will be June 16 from 6  p.m. to 8 p.m. You need to purchase a bucket of balls to take advantage of this great opportunity to improve you game.
    • Mention that you saw this on our Website or social media to take advantage of a nine-hole special.
    • Play before 8 a.m. Monday through Thursday and you get up to four times of nine-hole golf with a cart for $12.  This is a $10 discount.
    • Father's Day Special - You can buy a gift certificate for Dads and sons for 18 Holes of Golf with a Cart for $30, regular price is $45
    Note: Don’t forget to mention this, or to bring a screen print of this promotion, to pro shop to pick up these great deals.

    For a Tee Time, call (801) 756-3594 or go online at Fox Hollow.

                


  2. Summer Concert Series starts on Monday, June 1
    Summer kicks off at the American Fork Amphitheater with Singer/Songwriter Night featuring local artists Bri Ray, Joseph Moor, Tia Thompson, Amber Lynn and Iris.

    To hear a sampling of some of their music, take a look at the following videos: 

Construction Update

  1. For two weeks, we have had construction on 900 West. Crews are removing trees, clearing brush, and taking down fences on the east side of 900 West in preparation for utility work, which is scheduled to begin next week.

    The existing power line that runs along the east side of the street will be buried underground, along with Internet and TV cables. Currently, this work does not require crews to close any lanes on 900 West, but the shoulder is closed and pedestrians are prohibited from traveling through the construction zone.

    Also, the speed limit on 900 West will be reduced to 25 miles per hour to ensure safety for drivers and construction workers.