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Debra Lynn Cook
The Utah Conservatory and Saint Luke’s Distinguished Artist Concert Series will present a concert by Professor Debra Lynn Cook, soprano. She will be accompanied by Dr. Bryan Stanley on the piano, today at 7:30 p.m. at Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church in Park City. A $10 donation is requested.
John Boy’s Mule
John Boy’s Mule will perform at Deer Valley at 6 p.m. as part of the Wells Fargo/PCPAF’s local summer concert series. For more information, call 655-8252.
Summit County Fair and Rodeo
The Summit County Fair and Rodeo will run Aug. 5-12 at the Summit County Fairgrounds, 202 East Park Road in Coalville. There will be a carnival, parade, PRCA rodeo, open horse and livestock shows, Miss Summit County pageant, commercial exhibits, entertainment, food booths, home and fine art exhibits, demolition derby, fireworks and a dance. For more information, call (435) 336-3200.
The Kimball Art Center will host the Park City Kimball Arts Festival during the weekend of Aug. 5 and 6, with the Kimball Art Auction and Gala held on Thursday, Aug. 3 and the Gallery Stroll Friday, Aug. 4. There are limited reservations available for the auction and gala. For reservations, call 649-8882.
Midway Home Tour
The Hearts and Hands for Humanity will present the Midway Summer Home Tour on Aug. 5 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event will tour seven homes in the Zermatt Resort. Tickets are $10 and are available at Stanfield Fine Art, 751 Main St., Day’s Market in Heber and Robert Duncan Studios in Midway.
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