Look Ahead: Local events and things to do this week, Nov. 21-27

Make a Thanksgiving wreath, attend a David Archuleta concert, see a Christmas movie and enjoy a holiday parade.

(Photo courtesy Jake Harsh) David Archuleta, a former Murray resident, "American Idol" competitor and platinum-selling singer, will perform at Abravanel Hall in Salt Lake City on Monday, Nov. 20, 2017. His first album in four years, "Postcards in the Sky," was released Oct. 20.

Nov. 24

Make a Thanksgiving wreath

Bring your littles to the Discovery Gateway Children’s Museum at 10 a.m. to make Thanksgiving Hand Wreaths in the art studio. The event is free with admission ($12.50 for general admission, free for members and kids under 1).

Nov. 26

Hear David Archuleta sing Christmas music

Singer David Archuleta will take the Capitol Theatre stage for “an unforgettable Christmas concert experience for the whole family,” according to the event’s website. Tickets start at $46.90 and can be bought online at bit.ly/3qNI0Ng. Masks are strongly recommended.

Nov. 27

See “The Polar Express” in a movie theater

Peery’s Egyptian Theater in Ogden will show the classic Christmas movie “The Polar Express” at 10:30 a.m. Ticket’s start at $5 and can be bought online at bit.ly/3x1ruKX. Holiday pajamas are encouraged. Proceeds benefit the Egyptian Theater Foundation.

Nov. 27

Enjoy a lit-up holiday parade

Kick off the Christmas season with Ogden’s 2021 Holiday Electric Light Parade. Beginning at 5 p.m., this procession of lit-up floats and vehicles will go down Washington Blvd. starting at 22nd Street and ending at 27th street.

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