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Park City Jazz Festival
The Fidelity Investments Park City Jazz Festival will continue today and tomorrow at Deer Valley. Performances will start late afternoon and go through the evening. Some of the artists include Dr. Lonnie Smith with Javon Jackson, Robben Ford, Gerald Albright and Kirk Whalum, the Caribbean Jazz Project. Some tickets are already sold out. For more information, call the Park City Jazz Foundation at 940-1362.
Sold out concert
The Ideasphere PCPAF Big Stars, Bright Nights Series Bonnie Raitt and Keb’ Mo’ concert on Aug. 30 has been sold out.
The fundraiser for Mountain Town Stages will take place in Woodenshoe Park in Peoa Sept. 9 from 4 p.m. until the cows come home, about 8 p.m. Bow Wow Wow is the musical guest. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the gate. Kids 12 and under are free. Admission includes barbecue, music and dancing. There are more events such as a fishing pond, competitions and an auction. Tickets are available at Summit and Wasatch county 7-Eleven stores, Orion’s Music, or by calling 901-7664.
Park City Showcase of Homes
The tour, which takes place today, presented by the Par City area Home Builders Association, will present 15 homes from all over Park City to Heber, including a green-built home, a remodeled home and homes at Promontory at Glen Wild. Tickets range from $10 to $15. Part of the proceeds will go to Habitat for Humanity. For more information, call 645-9363 or log on to http://www.pcshowcaseofhomes.net
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Park City leaders have written another chapter in the reopening of the community even as the novel coronavirus continues to spread. The Park City Library on Monday became the latest municipal facility to welcome people inside again.