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Clips for June 14 to June 17

The Canyons opens for the summer Wednesday, June 18. The resort will be open Wednesday to Sunday through Labor Day.

Deer Valley Resort and Park City Mountain Resort have also begun summer operations.

Mountain biking, hiking, scenic rides, bike rentals and the Mountain Bike School are open daily until Labor Day at Deer Valley, then weekends only until September 14, conditions permitting.

Park City Mountain Resort is now open for its regular summer season from Monday to Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Visitors can hike, bike and ride the Zipline and Alpine Slide, among other activities. On Monday, June 23 PCMR will close at 7 p.m. for a private function. The Town Lift, which had been closed for maintenance, should open today, Saturday, according to a representative of the resort.

Summit County offers free native plants for cleanup

Get three free native plants in return for uprooting and turning in one Myrtle Spurge plant. This noxious weed easily jumps from yards and gardens and ruins natural ecosystems. Be careful of this plants’ milky sap and avoid contact with your skin and eyes. Turn your Myrtle Spurge Plants in on today Saturday, June in the Pinebrook Master Park for free native plants between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Contact Nell at the Swaner EcoCenter at 649-1767 with any questions. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Pinebrook Master Park. For more info visit http://www.summitcounty.org .

Recycle Utah gardening lessons

Recycle Utah’s Community Recycling Center is offering free composting workshops Wednesday morning. Anyone who would like to learn how to transform organic waste into a gardening resource is welcome. For more information, call Insa Riepen at (435) 649-9698. Wednesday, June 18, 9 to10 a.m. Recycle Utah’s Community Recycling Center on Woodbine Way, off Kearns Blvd.


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