It’s at a small beginning, but it’s a big dream. That’s how Draper Visual Arts Foundation President Lowell Baum described the aspiration supporters have to see a community arts center in Draper, housing visual arts, performing arts and a historical museum.
After more than 50 years without regular acquisitions to its 71-piece art collection, Draper Elementary recently had three pieces added.
Corner Canyon high school teacher Phaidra Atkinson recently was honored with one of the state’s top theater awards.
Residents from the same neighborhood addressed the council during public comment to voice concerns over a trailhead in their neighborhood.
Draper City Council approved an agreement with S&L Inc. for construction on 1300 East Highland Drive.
The Draper City Council approved the fiscal year 2016 budget after much debate.
The Draper City Council approved the preliminary plat for townhomes at Draper Landing despite nearby residents being opposed to the plan.
Draper Recreation Department hosted a series of arts-and-crafts afternoons for kids.
As part of Draper Days, the city hosted a Children’s Bike Parade.
As part of Draper Days, there was a Splash Dogs competition where dogs jumped for distance and height.