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Happy as a Clambake
The Park City Education Foundation (PCEF) will kick off its fall fundraising campaign tonight with its second annual "Happy as a Clambake" dinner dance and auction at the Park Meadows Country Club at 6 p.m. The dinner will include clams, oysters and one-and-a-half-pound lobsters. Local musicians Small House Strings will provide live entertainment. Tickets are $150 each, or $1,000 for a table of 8, and must be purchased in advance. Visit http://www.pcef4kids.org or call (435) 615-0235 for more information. The Park City Education Foundation’s 18th annual Golf Classic will be held Monday at the Park Meadows Country Club with registration beginning at 7:30 a.m. Sponsorship opportunities are still available. Visit http://www.pcef4kids.org or call (435) 615-0235 for more information.
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.
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.
Gallery Stroll delayed
There will be no gallery stroll at the Kimball Arts Center in July. Instead there will be a gallery stroll on August 4, the Friday before the Park City Kimball Arts Festival. After the arts festival, it will go back to the last Friday of the month and take place on August 25.
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