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Bouquets & Bellinis @ Lodge at Blue Sky

Wednesday, July 24 @ 11:00 AM 

Stroll through the vibrant rows of flowers at Gracie’s Farm, where the blooms are so beautiful you’ll almost feel guilty cutting them to take home. Luckily, the refreshing bellinis will help take the edge off as you forage for the finest flowers and assemble your perfect bouquet to take home. COST: $175

Creating a Succulent Trough @ Park City Gardens

Thursday, July 18, @ 5:00 PM

Join for a fun evening creating succulent troughs perfect for summer tables. Choose from a variety of plants to craft a lasting green centerpiece (I always seem to kill mine, but that is just me). All materials, are provided along with light bites. I expect this to sell out, as these classes almost always do. Cost: $95.

Chained: A Staged Reading @ Temple Har Shalom

Thursday, July 18, @ 7:00 PM 

When “happily ever after” goes sideways, you file for divorce. Simple, right? But what happens when Jewish law requires a GET, a formal release from the husband, and he refuses? Without it, the wife can’t date or marry again.

Chained, a new play by Sonia Levitin, tackles this difficult subject. Divorce is emotional, but this one is even more traumatic as both partners have something to hide. COST: $36

Local Lens Free Movies @ Sundance Institute

Festival Favorites – Free for Utahns! Enjoy five days of free indoor and outdoor screenings of past Sundance Film Festival favorites. Don’t miss this exciting event featuring local artists, film introductions and Q&As with attending artists, partner screenings. I’ve listed the movies playing in PC, but there are others in SLC too.

  • 7/18 Daughters: Experience the heartwarming journey of four young girls preparing for a Daddy Daughter Dance with their incarcerated fathers, part of a unique fatherhood program in a Washington, D.C., jail.
  • 7/19 Your Monster After her life unravels, actress Laura Franco finds her voice through an unlikely friendship with a charming monster in her closet.
  • 7/20 Eno: Visionary musician Brian Eno, known for producing David Bowie, U2, and Talking Heads, and pioneering ambient music, unveils his creative process in a groundbreaking generative documentary that changes with each viewing.

Bike 'n' Botany @ Swaner Preserve

Monday, July 22, from 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Join a leisurely bike ride to learn about noxious weeds in the Snyderville Basin. Starting at the Swaner EcoCenter, riders will head to Willow Creek Park, identifying weeds along the way. Bikes can be borrowed for free from Summit Bike Share. This free event requires helmets and is open to the public.

Cacao Ceremonies with Sound & Reiki Healing @ Bella Heart

Friday, July 19, from 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Enjoy the lovely hospitality of Cheryl and Curtis who will guide you through a ceremonial cacao experience, guided meditation, sound healing, and reiki session in their garden. These cacao ceremonies are a way to honor community and deepen connections – nothing scary about them if you are a newbie. Special guest Darryl Dobson will create a magical soundscape with drums, gong, guitar, and sound bowls. Connect, set intentions, and come out feeling good. Cost: $49.

Bird Release @ Sundance Resort

Saturday, July 20, from 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

In collaboration with Great Basin Wildlife Rescue, come learn about the bird of prey program. They will teach you about the unique features of each bird, then witness the release of a juvenile Red-tailed Hawk. Featured birds include the majestic Red-tailed Hawk, the ghostly Barn Owl, and the formidable Great Horned Owl.

Top Gun Maverick (2022)@ Park City Library

Saturday, July 20, from 2:30 PM - 3:45 PM

Cool down this summer with free, weekly movies in the auditorium. Bring your own bowl because what’s a movie without popcorn? PG – 13 Free: No tickets necessary.

Floral Bouquet & Journaling Workshop @ Flowers By You

Saturday, July 20, from 12:45 PM - 5:30 PM

Cultivate creativity and connection with guided journaling sessions, a sound bath, and an introspective floral arrangement workshop. Sounds like a nice way to slow down and smell the roses. To sign up call 435-640-8968.

Chad Mool: A Performance by Jorge Rojas @ Kimball Art Center

Saturday, July 20, from 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Jorge Rojas, a multidisciplinary artist and performer, explores themes of nation, tradition, and identity through socially engaged art. As a Mexican immigrant in the U.S., his work blends contemporary and Mesoamerican cultural elements, advocating for social and racial justice.

Chac Mools are Mesoamerican sculptures of reclining figures with bowls, symbolizing slain warriors offering gifts to the gods. Associated with Tlaloc, the Aztec rain god, they serve as intermediaries between the physical and supernatural realms. Rojas will give a live performance incorporating his artwork.

Space is limited, so RSVP today! Note: Seating is limited; most attendees will be standing or sitting on the floor. Arrive early to secure your spot!

Full Moon Lift Ride @ Sundance

July 23 & 24

Looking for something to do on date night? How about checking out the stars. Experience the mountains under a starlit sky on a Full Moon Lift Ride. You could probably head on over to the Owl bar and catch some live music afterwards. COST: $35

Behind the Bars and Booze of Park City  @ Park City Museum 

Wednesday, July 24, from 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

In the early days of High West Distillery, Jane and Dave were often asked, “Why start this in Utah where no one drinks?” To answer, they researched who drank, what they drank, and where they drank. Their findings shaped the brand and inspired a book. They frequently consulted Gary Kimball, a Park City history expert and author of Saloons of Old Park City. This lecture delves into the colorful history of early saloons and their drinks, exploring their evolution as the city transitioned from silver mining to a ski destination. FREE

2079 Sidewinder
Park City

Power of Poetry w/ Author Elizabeth Acevedo @ Summit County Library 

Tuesday, July 23, @ 12:00 PM VIA ZOOM

Join Elizabeth Acevedo for an author conversation and Q&A, featuring a short reading from her National Book Award-winning novel-in-verse, The Poet X. Discover the story of Xiomara Batista, an Afro-Latina heroine who finds her voice through slam poetry, despite the challenges of her Harlem neighborhood and strict family.

Pioneer Day Celebration 2024 @ Charleston Park

Wednesday, July 24, from 06:45 AM - 10:00 PM

Join the fun! The day begins with a 6:45 am flag-raising ceremony, followed by family-friendly activities and culminating in a fireworks display.


6:45 AM: Flag-raising ceremony
7:00 AM: Charleston 5K and Fun Run REGISTER HERE
7:00 AM – 9:00 AM: Breakfast ($10 per person)
9:00 AM -12:00 PM: Car Show
11:00 AM: Vendor Market and food trucks
12:00 PM: Kids activities (bounce house)
3:00 PM: Live Auction
6:00 PM: Parade
7:00 PM:  Live entertainment (Wildwood)
After Dark: Fireworks Display