This is the place that gives you the home away from home feeling, “where everybody really does know your name”, you’ve been looking for. The owner Bob being from New Jersey has given this place that perfect east coast feeling with tons of character. Just look around the place. You’ll soon be part of the Cheers to You family!
School The school is built to look as if we are ready for a day of learning at the turn of the twentieth century, about 1900. It resembles the one built at approximately 104th S. and 1300 West.
Home This house is built to look like the home of Byrum Henry Beckstead, one of the first settlers in South Jordan, and was built especially for children. In it they (you) have the opportunity to feel what it would have been like to live back in the early days of South Jordan.
Store There were several stores in early South Jordan. The first large store was the Jordan Mercantile, run by Joseph Holt. It was located at 10346 South 1300 West and was built about 1895. It carried a full line of household and farm items. It also housed an office, dance hall, and stage. The wonderful building here in the History Center is a combination of two later stores that were important places in the lives of the early settlers starting around 1930.
Post Office In the early days, mail delivery was very different from today. Mail to this area of the Salt Lake Valley was delivered once a week to the city of Sandy. One postman, or mail carrier, then delivered mail to the South Jordan, Bennion, West Jordan, Riverton, Draper, Midvale, and Crescent cities. Then back to Sandy he went! He carried it all on his back in 2 bags.
Terrific Tuesdays – Monthly at 6 pm Look no further than the Gale Center of History and Culture on Tuesday evenings for exciting family fun activities! Offering arts & crafts, guest speakers, movies, games, demonstrations, etc.
Live music and great food in a beautiful mountain setting at Snowbird Ski Resort’s Atrium Restaurant. Weekly menu includes a variety of brunch favorites, a carving station, omelet station and a magnificent array of house-made desserts.
Continental breakfast items and a full lunch buffet every day throughout the regular winter ski season or a complete breakfast buffet and an elaborate Sunday Brunch throughout the summer.
Patio dining in a beautiful mountain setting is the perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon during the summer. The menu consists of the very finest in buffet dining with a variety of salads, soups, specialty platters, hot entrees and accompaniments, as well as a delectable assortment of desserts hand-made in the Snowbird Bakery.
Reservations are recommended for Summer Sunday Brunches but not required for the Skier’s Buffet in the Winter.