January 11: Ogden City Proclaims this day to be Bernard DeVoto Day.
January 24—“Three Portraits and One Subject: Ogden’s Bernard DeVoto.” This event is part of the Weber Historical Society’s ongoing historical lecture series and is sponsored jointly by the DeVoto Commemoration Committee and the WHS.
March 24—"Bernard Devoto’s The Western Paradox,” a Book Discussion led by Kathryn MacKay and hosted by Deborah Smith.
Beginning in April—An exhibit titled “Conservation and Preservation of Ogden’s Natural Environment.” The exhibit will look at the environmental issues faced by Ogden from the 1840s to today in terms of land, water and air. There will be a special focus on Bernard DeVoto and his connection to the conservation of public lands and resources.
Location: The Museums at Union Station
September 30—The Trails Foundation of Northern Utah has invited New York journalist Nate Schweber to be the featured speaker at their annual Author Dinner. Schweber is the author of This America of Ours: Bernard and Avis DeVoto and the Forgotten Fight to Save the Wild, scheduled for release in July.
Location: Timberline Restaurant. Ogden
October 24 -Nate Schweber will present on his book, with a book signing afterwards.
October 26 - "Benard DeVoto's Life and Legacy at 125 Years" - a panel presentation at the annual Utah State Historical Society conference. Greg Thompson, Russ Burroughs, David Lewis, Jeffrey Nichols, Kathryn MacKay
Location: Provo Marriott Hotel and Convention Center
Time: 1:30 - 3:00