5 Things To Do This Weekend, Oct. 25-27 | ParkRecord.com

5 Things To Do This Weekend, Oct. 25-27

Donate blood, go for a run, but not too close together

Basin Recreation is partnering with the American Red Cross for a blood drive this weekend.
Courtesy of the American Red Cross

For a full list of special events and weekly community events, visit our online calendar.

Basin Recreation Blood Drive
Friday, Oct. 25, 2-7pm
Give blood and save lives during the Basin Recreation Blood Drive! Every blood donation helps the American Red Cross provide vital aid for up to three people! Sign up for a donation time online, or contact Sam Schwoebel at (435) 649-1564 x 25 or sam@basinrecreation.org for more information.

The SteelDrivers
Friday-Sunday, Oct. 25-27, 8pm (6pm Sunday)
Grammy Winner for Best Bluegrass Album, this group of seasoned veterans brings new music with the old feeling — intense, dark, poetic, and inescapably human, a refreshing reminder of the timeless power of stringband music.

Celebrate the Spirits Trick-Or-Treat Run
Saturday, Oct. 26, 11am – 1pm
Whip out your Halloween costumes and take part in a 5K and 1-mile trick-or-treat run with candy stops along the way! It is one of our favorite family events of the year and we hope that you will join us to start the Halloween festivities. All pre-registered runners will receive a trick-or-treat bag.
Cost: $45 per family, $15 per individual

Warren Miller’s ‘Timeless’
Saturday, Oct. 26, 6pm
Warren Miller Entertainment will present a Park City screening of its 70th anniversary film, “Timeless,” at the Eccles Center for the Performing Arts, 1750 Kearns Blvd. This year’s film features ski legends like Glen Plake, alongside newcomers Caite Zeliff, Jaelin Kauf, and Baker Boyd. Road-trip with rippers from Arlberg to the Matterhorn, be immersed in the hometown hill of Eldora and discover a different side of Jackson Hole. Tickets are $23 and can be purchased by visiting warrenmiller.com/events/eccles-center.

Halloween Party at the Summit County Library, Kamas Valley Branch
Saturday, Oct. 26, 11am – 1pm
Join us for our annual children’s Hallowe’en party and costume contest and parade. The magic starts at 11 a.m., sharp, when magician Paul Brewer, brews up his ghastly potions. Games and spooktivities to follow. Prizes will be awarded for scariest, funniest, most original, and cutest costumes. For families with children age 3 and older.

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