NEWS: PCSC Arts Council September 2017 Arts and Culture Calendar (PARK CITY)


PCSCArts :: September Arts & Culture

PROJECT ABC
Park City and Summit County

Love arts and culture?  We do too!  Help PCSC Arts Council build a roadmap for the future of arts and culture in Summit County by taking this survey.  Your feedback will help inform us how the community views and values arts and culture across Summit County, including Park City as well as North and South Summit County.  We can't wait to hear all of your thoughts and ideas!
 

MINERS DAY PARADE


Historic Main Street & City Park, Park City
Monday, Sept. 4
All day starting at 7:30am

In Park City, Labor Day is a day of remembrance of our town’s historical mining roots. Organized by the Park City Rotary Club, events include mucking and drilling competitions, 
a skateboard jam, a cookout and live music. The Running of the Balls event begins at10:45am on Main Street with the parade immediately following at 11am.


 

FRANCIS FRONTIER DAYS

Francis City, UT
Saturday Sept. 2 and Monday Sept. 4

This Labor Day weekend celebration offers many activities including horse games, a dutch oven cook-off, a junior rodeo, vendor booths and live music.


 

AUTUMN ALOFT

Multiple Locations, Park City
Sept. 16 - 17

Starts at 7:45am, free for spectators

The Autumn Aloft hot air balloon festival returns to Park City this month. Event festivities include a Candlestick burn on Historic Main Street and morning balloon launches from the North 40 Fields on Kearns Blvd.
 

WOODLAND CHOKECHERRY FESTIVAL


Woodland Church Farm, Woodland, UT
Bench Creek Road
Saturday, Sept. 16

The Woodland Chokecherry Festival celebrates the rich heritage of the community with a pumpkin patch, hay maze and children's activities. The name derives from the Chokecherry bushes that abundantly grow on the benches and hillsides in Woodland. For more information, contact Billie Sue McNeil at 435-513-4607.

CELEBRATION OF THE ARTSHosted by the Kimball Art Center

Red Cliff Ranch, Heber City, UT
Sept. 1610am to 9pm
Sept. 17: 11am to 3pm

Spend the day at the beautiful Red Cliff Ranch, purchase art from local Utah artists, and enjoy live music on the Pavilion stage. Saturday there will be activities for the whole family to enjoy including lasso lessons, pony rides and art projects. Food will be available for purchase by R&R BBQ and Lori Tolbert Catering. The event is free and open to the public.
 

DIG IN! DINNER IN THE GARDEN - EATS PARK CITY

Summit Community Gardens, Park City
4056 Shadow Mountain Drive
Sunday, Sept. 103 to 6pm

EATS Park City and Summit Community Gardens are celebrating national Family Meal month by hosting a garrden-to-table community dinner and party for all ages to raise awareness of local gardening and healthy eating. Enjoy delicious local produce, interactive fun, live music and a stroll through the gardens. 

PC FARMERS MARKET


Canyons Village, Park City
Wednesdays through Oct. 25th
Noon to 6pm

Each Wednesday, into the fall, Canyons will host Park City’s Farmers’ Market from 12 - 6pm in the Cabriolet Parking Lot. Stop by for fresh produce, fresh baked bread and arts and crafts from local vendors.

 

PARK SILLY SUNDAY MARKET


Main Street, Park City
Sundays through Sept. 17th
10am to 5pm


The Park Silly Sunday Market is an eco friendly, open air street festival and community forum where neighbors and friends come together to celebrate our community of fun and funky Park Sillians. Then Market is located on lower Main Street in Park City's Historic District. 

8TH ANNUAL HARVEST FEST


High Star Ranch, Kamas, UT
Saturday, Oct. 7
Noon to 5pm

The 8th Annual Harvest Festival, to benefit Recycle Utah, will feature local food and drink, wagon rides, live music, local crafts and more. Dozens of vendors will be selling an array of local goods sure to delight. The festival is free and open to the public.  
 
COPPER MOOSE FARM STAND

Park City, UT
1285 Old Ranch Road
Tuesday/Thursday: Noon to 6pm
Saturday: 9am to 3pm

A seasonal on-site farm stand with locally grown vegetables and cut flowers.

PARK CITY FILM SERIES

Jim Santy Auditorium, Park City
1255 Park Avenue
Friday & Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays at 6pm

Sept. 8-10: Maudie
Sept. 15-17: Obit
Sept. 22-24: The Wedding Plan
Sept. 28: She Started it - Free, 6:30pm only
Sept. 29 - Oct 1: Step

 

JOSH TURNER

Presented by Park City Institute
Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater 

Deer Valley Resort
Sunday, Sept. 3rd at 7pm

2017 St. Regis Big Stars Bright Nights final concert of the season!
 

The Hollering Pines

& Corey Harper

PC Summer Concert Series, Canyons Village
Saturday, Sept. 2
4 - 5:30pm: The Hollering Pines
6 - 8pm: Corey Harper

The last free concert for the 2017 Park City Summer Concert Series!
 

THE BOOKENDS

Park City Mountain
Lowell Ave, Park City
Saturday, Sept. 2, doors open at 10am

Utah "super duo" featuring Rick Gerber from Badfeather & Gillian Chase from Le Voir. Free concert at Park City Mountain brought to you by Mountain Town Music.  
 

SILVER STAR CAFE CONCERTS

Silver Star Cafe, Park City
1825 Three Kings Drive
Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 5pm

Click here for a full schedule of live music.

EGYPTIAN THEATRE COMPANY

Park City, UT
328 Main Street

Sept. 1-3: The Grass Roots
Sept. 8-17: Next to Normal
Sept. 22 - Oct. 8: Thriller by Odyssey Dance Theater

Visit egyptiantheatrecompany.org for tickets and showtimes.
 

DEJORIA CENTER LIVE MUSIC

Dejoria Center, Kamas, Utah
970 UT-32
Doors open at 7pm

Sept. 1: Casey Cole Trio
Sept. 23: David Archuleta
Sept. 29: Vince Neil 

For Information and performer schedules call 435.783.3530 or click here.

KIMBALL ART CENTER

Park City, UT
1401 Kearns Blvd.
Jimmi Toro, Kindle A Light
Sept. 1 - Nov. 26


Toro is a Salt Lake City-based painter, singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and music producer. In Kindle a Light, he brings together all of these creative pursuits to present an immersive experience for the viewer. Music, art and video combine to examine humanity in its many forms.  For more information on exhibits and programs, visit kimballartcenter.org

PARK CITY MUSEUM

528 Main Street, Park City
Open Mon - Sat: 10am to 7pm, Sun: Noon to 6pm

Preserving, protecting and promoting Park City's history & heritage. Exhibits include a scaled model of a late 19th century Mega Mine, an original car from the world's only Skier Subway, and an exploration of the great wealth divide between miners and mine owners. Visit for the first time or revisit your favorite exhibits.  Check out their tour of the Historic Glenwood Cemetery on September 3rd!  More info about the museum and events at parkcityhistory.org
 

ALF ENGEN SKI MUSEUM

Utah Olympic Park, Park City
Open daily from 10am to 6pm

Located at the Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center at Utah Olympic Park, the Museum's displays honor the athletes, volunteers, and sports from the 2002 Olympic Winter Games and also include a Ski History Collection, an Intermountain Ski Hall of Fame and interactive chairlift and ski jumping exhibits. Entrance is free and open to the public.

 

SUMMIT COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM

Coalville, UT
60 North Main
Open Mon - Fri: 9am to 5pm


Located in the basement of the County Courthouse, just 15 minutes from Park City, the Summit County Historical Museum gives visitors a snapshot of local history and heritage. Tours available by prior arrangement by calling 435-336-3200.

ARTique FIRST FRIDAY
Pumpkin Patch by Carole Duh


Kamas, UT
283 N. Main Street
Friday,  Sept. 1: 6 to 9pm

Stop by to meet local artists, and enjoy music, food and drinks. This month, ARTique will feature artist Carole Duh and her knit creations! After a career as a buyer, manager and creative consultant, Carole now spends her time playing and creating with her favorite materials - fabric, yarn, paper and paint.  For more information, visit the ARTique Facebook page via the link above or call 435-640-8048


GALLERY STROLL
LAST FRIDAY


Main Street, Park City
Friday Sept. 29: 6 to 9pm


The Last Friday Gallery Stroll, presented by the Park City Gallery Association, is a free community event held each month to give locals and Park City visitors the opportunity to explore Park City’s exciting art scene. Gallery openings, special exhibits, and light refreshments are part of the experience. 
 

KIMBALL ART CENTER

Park City, UT
1401 Kearns Blvd.

Tap into your creative side this fall. Kimball Art Center offers a wide variety of art classes for all ages and abilities - Tween/Teen classes, creative workshops for adults and classes in fiber arts, figure drawing, ceramics, photography/digital art, and more. 


UTAH CONSERVATORY

Park City, UT
4593 Silver Springs Drive

Music instruction for all ages and levels in voice, piano, guitar, cello, drums, trumpet, violin, acting, music theory and more. Master classes and community performances are also programmed.

BALLET WEST

Park City, UT
6554 Creekside Lane

The Nutcracker 2017 Children's Auditions

Pre-Registration for The Nutcracker Auditions is open online through Sept. 1.

Ballet classes for all levels are offered and a series of dance performance productions are programmed throughout the year.
 

OPEN AIR ART SPACE

Park City, UT
3070 Rasmussen Road


Open Air Art Space provides the opportunity for artists to collaborate and improve through high-quality classes, workshops and events in an uplifting, safe and supportive shared space. Click here for class times and events. 
 
 
EGYPTIAN YOUTHEATRE

Park City, UT 
328 Main Street, Park City

Fall Session 2017 dates for youth classes run Sept. 11 - Nov. 29. After-School YouTheatre (ASYT) classes have their own session schedules. Save the date for the upcoming YouTheatre Winter Show, Elf the Musical JR. Dec. 7 - 9th! Find details by clicking on the above link.


PARK CITY LIBRARY

Park City, UT
1255 Park Avenue

The Park City Library, in the heart of Old Town, offers an outstanding collection of over 70,000 books, e-books, periodicals, audio-visual materials, free public computers and wireless Internet access. Preschool and toddler story times and music classes are held weekly. Residents and visitors are welcome.
 


SUMMIT COUNTY LIBRARY

Kimball Junction Branch, Park City
1885 W. Ute Blvd.

The Summit County Library’s mission is to foster lifelong learning opportunities and enrich lives through innovative resources and programming. Additional library locations include the Coalville Branch, Kamas Branch and Bookmobile. Activities by branch can be viewed via the above link. Programs offered include an afterschool homework club, toddler story time, and a knitting club. 

 
 
UTAH HUMANITIES BOOK FESTIVAL

Park City Library
Sept. 14 - Oct. 10


The Park City Library is excited to host four events during the festival, which has become Utah’s signature literary event. Each year, the festival is a chance for book lovers of all types to enjoy some great, literary events at locations throughout Utah.

Sept. 14: 6:30pm - Author Talk, John Day M.D.,The Longevity Plan: Seven Life-Transforming Lessons from Ancient China.
Sept. 235:30pm - Author Talk, Mark Sundeen, The Unsettlers: In Search of the Good Life in Today's America
Sept. 302pm - Author Talk, Shannon & Dean Hale authors of The Princess in Black series.
Oct. 1011am - Friends of the Library Luncheon with Author Jane Perkins,  The Golden Elixir of the West: Whiskey and the Shaping of America. Info and tickets for purchase here
 
 

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