Scene Happenings: Sept. 23 – Sept. 28

Saturday Morning Nature Walks at the Swaner Preserve

Saturday morning nature walks are held at 8:30 a.m. every Saturday at the Swaner EcoCenter. The cost is $10 per person and $5 for local residents. Depending upon the time of year, lucky hikers may see an abundance of birds, elk, or even nesting sandhill cranes. For information and to register, visit

Park City Farmers Market

The Park City Farmers Market runs from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. every Wednesday at Canyons Cabriolet lot. Admission is free. The Park City Farmers Market, which has been running for 21 years under Volker Ritzinger, features fresh, non-GMO produce, local meats and other local offerings. For information, visit

Park City Museum Members Hike

Park City Museum will host a members hike to the Silver King Mine at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 27. The strenuous hike has a vertical elevation of nearly 1,400 feet and is 6.5 to 7 miles long, although there is an option to take the Town Lift back down to Main Street. Members can register by visiting To become a Park City Museum member, contact Diane Knispel at

Kimball Art Center Book Club

The Kimball Art Center Book Club will discuss “Erosion: Essays of Undoing,” a collection of writings by Utah-based author and conservationist Terry Tempest Williams at 6 p.m., on Thursday, Sept. 28, at the Kimball Art Center, 1251 Kearns Blvd. The discussion will be led by Nan Seymour, of River Writing, a community-based writing practice and courage class. Registration for the book club discussion is free. For information and registration, visit

Brand PC Seeks Locally Based Creatives

The Arts Council of Park City & Summit County seeks local artists and vendors for BRAND PC,  a holiday pop-up shop that takes place Dec. 1-24, at the Outlets Park City, Suite A120, 6699 N. Landmark Drive. Deadline is Nov. 1. This unique marketplace showcases more than 70 local artists and creative retail brands. For application information, visit


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