Scene clips for July 4 |

Scene clips for July 4

Nickels for Nails Habitat for Humanity Benefit

The Habitat for Humanity will be collecting loose change at the Market in Park City, 1500 Snow Creek Dr., The Silver King Coffee, 1409 Kearns Blvd., and the 7-Eleven at 1500 Park Avenue from 8 a.m. until 11 a.m. Donations will help Habitat buy nails and other buildings supplies, which it will then use to build its second "green" home in the Park City historic district starting July. Visit for details

Free Concerts in Coalville

Mountain Town Music will present free concerts every Thursday on the Main Street stage in Coalville at 6 p.m. The concert for July 5 will be the folk, blues and jazz of Dick Stoner. Admission is free.

Food and Wine Classic

The eighth annual Park City Food and Wine Classic will be held from Thursday, July 5, through Sunday, July 8, at various locations in Park City. The event, which kicks off at St. Regis Deer Valley, at 6 p.m., will feature wine tasting, dinners, winemaker seminars, an introductory sommelier course with the Court of Masters Sommelier America and biking and hiking activities. Tickets and information are available . A portion of the proceeds will benefit the People’s Health Clinic

Brown Chicken Brown Cow at Silver Star Café

The acoustic string band Brown Chicken Brown Cow will be at the Silver Star Café, 1825 Three Kings Dr., on Friday, July 6, at 7 p.m. The concert is part of the café’s intimate Park City Limits series, but requires an admission price. Tickets are $40 and will include a three-course dinner. For more information, visit!events or call the café at (435) 655-3456.

Truck Petting Zoo

The Summit County Library Kimball Junction Branch will present a Truck Petting Zoo at Park City Home Depot parking lot, 1595 E Frontage Rd., on Saturday, July 7, from 9 a.m. until noon. The event will feature a real fire truck, an ambulance, a tow truck and the Summit County Library’s Bookmobile. Kids and families can explore the trucks for free. For more information, visit

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