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5 Things To Do This Weekend, Nov. 1-3

Recycle Utah will collect pumpkins and gourds for proper composting.
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For a full list of special events and weekly community events, visit our online calendar.

Coat Drive
Friday, Nov. 1 through Wednesday, Nov. 13
Please help Mary Ciminelli, Lindsey Midiri, and Summit Sotheby’s Realty give a little extra warmth and motivation during this Holiday Season to those in need.Our goal is collect 250+ jackets/coats and donate them to the Homeless Shelters in Salt Lake City. Contact Lindsey Midiri via text/email at 412-477-9869 or lindseymidiri@gmail.com.
Thank you to those who participate!

EpicPromise Yard Sale
Saturday, Nov. 2, 7am – 12pm
The annual EpicPromise Yard Sale will be Saturday, November 2nd, at 7 a.m. There will be Trail Maps, Trail Signs, Office Furniture, a Gondola Cabin and more! Come and support our efforts to reuse and reduce in Park City.

Pumpkin Collection
Saturday, Nov. 2 through Friday, Nov. 15
Recycle Utah will be taking your pumpkins, jack-o-lanterns and gourds to be properly composted by Wild Harvest Farms. Collection will be at the Recycle Utah Center November 1-15.

Dia de los Muertos Party
Saturday, Nov. 2, 7pm – Sunday, Nov. 3, 1am
Halloween weekend celebration! Come to the Tavern for El Dia De Los Muertos celebration. Shuffle will be in the house! It;s a party you don’t want to miss! Doors will be open at 7 p.m. Band will start playing at 10 p.m.

Belinda Carlisle at DeJoria Center
Saturday, Nov. 2, 8–10 p.m.
Former Superstar and Go-Go’s gal Belinda Carlisle headlines at DeJoria Center. Belinda Carlisle, born Belinda Jo Carlisle on August 17, 1958 in Hollywood, California, was and occasionally still is the lead vocalist for the pop rock band The Go-Go’s and also a phenomenally successful solo artist who still tours and, eventually, records to this day.
Purchase tickets at the venue box office or through SmithsTix.com.

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