The 28th annual Tour des Suds takes is Saturday, Sept. 13 at 10 a.m. Tour de Suds is a six-mile mountain bike climb from City Park to the top of Guardsman Pass. Participants are urged to don festive costumes and celebrate the end of the mountain bike season in a spirited manner. Crazy costumes and crazy bikes are encouraged and all proceeds go to the Mountain Trails Foundation. There will be prizes for the best costumes. The entry fee is $25 and pre-registration closes Friday, Sept. 12 at midnight. There is a $10 late fee for "day of" registration. Visit http://www.mountaintrails.org for more information and to register online. Do not forget to bring identification to participate in the beverage tasting after the event.
Park City Karate
Park City Karate has announced its new schedule, as well as the addition of several new classes. Three new classes have been added — Daytime Adult, Daytime Ninja and Black Belt Academy. The new Daytime Adult class was added due to numerous requests by busy adults. In addition there will be a Daytime Ninja class so parents wishing to take the daytime class will be able to have their children take a class as well. There is also drop-in daycare available during this time. The Black Belt Academy is design for serious karate students who desire a more extreme workout. This class is also designed for students who want to join the Utah Karate Competition Team. For more information, call 658-2345 or call Doug Jepperson at (801) 347-4815 or visit http://www.parkcitykarate.com.
Fall Family Fest
The Park City Ice Arena will host the third annual Fall Family Fest on Sept. 13 The event is a benefit for the "Get to Know the Snow & Ice Scholarship Fund" and allows the community to learn more about local winter and summer athletic activities for kids. There will also be free public skating, sports demonstrations, games and activities for kids, as well as live music. For more information, call 901-3715 or visit http://www.ywsa.org .
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