We’re celebrating our country and state at Gardner Village in July!
Gardner Village opened in 1980 and was named after Archibald Gardner, an early Utah Mormon pioneer. Archibald built the mill in which Archibald’s Restaurant and Country Furniture & Gifts now reside. Read more about Archibald Gardner in the lobby of Archibald's Restaurant, or on our recent blog post.
Did you know Gardner Village became a Utah Historic Site in 1992? Evidence of a long-ago era is found throughout the Village, and you get to go find it!
Print your form at home or pick up a copy in the brochure rack in the lobby of Archibald’s Restaurant beginning July 2nd. Take your completed form to Naborhood Bakery for an all-American favorite, a chocolate chip cookie for only $.35!
While you're here doing the scavenger hunt:
- If you go on a Saturday, you'll be able to purchase a pancake breakfast and other fresh fruits, veggies and arts & crafts at the Farmers Market.
- Make sure to stop by our new candy shop Chocolate Covered Wagon and experience history while watching their old-fashioned taffy pull machine. Around the store you can find fun trivia questions about Utah history, as well as pioneer games.
- Take advantage of the Summer Sale at Country Furniture & Gifts, Down To Earth and The Village Quilt Shop.
- Experience a "one-day summer getaway" with these fun activities.
- Enjoy some appetizers at Archibald's.
- Visit our website for more events happening at Gardner Village in July.