County BriefsFall native plant sale at Recycle Utah |

County BriefsFall native plant sale at Recycle Utah

Residents looking for native, drought-tolerant plants for their yard or garden are invited to the fall native plant sale at Recycle Utah on Sunday, Sept. 9 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 1951 Woodbine Way. A wide variety of hardy plants that do well in Summit County’s arid mountain environment will be available. Wildlands Nursery in Joseph, Utah is supplying all the plants, which will include native shrubs and trees grown in Utah.

‘Puss in Boots’ playing at the Fieldhouse

"Puss in Boots" will play on a 200-foot screen as the last Movie in the Park of the summer at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 15 at the Basin Recreation Fieldhouse at 1388 Center Drive in Park City. For more information call (435) 649-1564 or email Brian Hanton at .

Showcase Youth Crew event at Laser Quest

Kids ages 10 to 13 are invited to join Basin Recreation’s September Showcase Youth Crew event on Friday, Sept. 21 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Laser Quest at 7202 South 900 East in Midvale. Enjoy hours of laser tag and a pizza dinner! Drop off and pick up the crew at the Fieldhouse at 1388 Center Drive). Cost of $40 includes pizza and soft drinks. Space is limited to 22 participants, so residents are encouraged sign up as soon as possible. To register, visit, call (435) 655-0999, or visit the Fieldhouse.

Trails closing for Leafy Spurge control

The Dutch Hollow Trails will be closed during Sept. 11 to 13 for aerial weed spraying. The CWMA (Wasatch County Cooperative Weed Control Area) has received a Grant from the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food for a total of $60,000 to treat Leafy Spurge and other noxious weeds in Wasatch County which have been especially troublesome for the past several years. An Integrated Weed Management Program was started with good progress in the control of Musk and Scotch Thistle. However, acreage of Leafy Spurge is expanding especially in Wasatch Mountain State Park and lands of other ownership in Heber Valley. Please contact Quintin Lewis at 435-671-0156 with questions.

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