Clips for Aug. 30 to Sept. 2
The OOFCC Car Club in conjunction with Oakley City is sponsoring the 3rd Annual Classic Car Show at the Oakley Recreation Complex on Sept. 6 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event is fun for the entire family: Breakfast runs from 8 to 10 a.m. and is $5 per person. There are opportunity drawing prizes, hot wheels racing for adults and children at 2 p.m. and car show T-shirts will be on sale. The NASCAR Discount Tire Car will be there for everyone to see, plus lots of great classic cars. The proceeds from this show will be divided between the Wasatch/Summit County Childrens’ Justice Center and the Summit County Peace House. Please come out for some fun and great cars. For more information contact Lorrie Hoggan at 801-791-8924.
Resorts reduce summer hours after Labor Day
After Labor Day, The Canyons resort will be open on Saturdays and Sundays through September 28th, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., weather permitting. Enjoy gondola rides, lunch at Red Pine, disc golf, hiking and mountain biking. Deer Valley is open weekends after Labor Day until Sept. 14 and Park City Mountain Resort is open with reduced hours until Oct. 12. For a full list of hours, see the arts and entertainment calendar on page C6.
6th Annual Funky 5K on Miner’s Day
All proceeds from the Funky 5K benefit the junior athletes and programs of the Youth WinterSports Alliance. Runners, walkers and baby joggers are welcome, organizers say. Cash prizes will be awarded for the funkiest costumes. To register, e-mail Shelley Gillwald at email@example.com stop by Jan’s Sports to get an official entry form or call 435.649.1020 extension 116. The event is Monday, Sept. 1 from 8:30 9:55 a.m. The race starts at City Park and travels through the heart of Old Town before finishing on Main Street in Park City.
The Caveman cometh back
After its sell-out debut run in April, "Defending the Caveman" is back in Park City at the Egyptian Theatre for three nights only. The show will play Sept. 4, 5 and 6. Michael Van Osch reprises the role. Tickets for "Defending the Caveman" are on sale now at http://www.ParkCityShows.com . You can also call 435-649-9371. Comedian Rob Becker wrote Defending the Caveman over a three-year period during which he made an informal study of anthropology, prehistory, psychology, sociology and mythology. This humorous prehistoric look at the battle of the sexes played for two years on Broadway, the longest running solo play in Broadway history, and is full of side-splitting scenarios that celebrate the differences between men and women.
Farmers’ Market open through October
Just because summer is coming to an end doesn’t mean the end of fresh fruits, vegetables, baked goods and crafts at the Park City Farmers’ Market. A representative at The Canyons resort said the market will stay open until October, weather permitting. The market is Wednesday, noon to 7 p.m. in the Cabriolet Lot at the base of the resort. For more information, visit http://www.thecanyons.com.
Laura Lamando’s name was misspelled in Wednesday’s article "New dotcom helps artists find work." The Web address for the Park City Summit County Arts Council is pcscarts.org. In another article Wednesday, "This Bling isn’t for Barbie dolls," Rebekah Abrams’ name was misspelled. Her Web site is shoprjdesigns.com.
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