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Sheep Dog Championships
Soldier Hollow will host championship border collie sheepdogs from around the world through Labor Day. Saturday through Sunday, open competition begins at 8 a.m., with the championship rounds starting at 9 a.m. on Labor Day. Vendor booths will offer international food, drinks and products from the shepherding cultures, including a barbecue by Utah Wool Growers featuring Utah lamb. In addition, the Soldier Hollow Classic will feature a new Kids Kamp activity center with duck herding competitions, rides, face painting, coloring contest, a medieval reenactment, a mega water mister. There will be demos and clinic including a Frisbee dog show from the K-9 Kings Flying Dogs. Tickets are available at the gate. For more information visit http://www.soldierhollowclassic.com, or call Soldier Hollow at (435) 654-2002.
Have a Heart
The Egyptian Theatre will host "Have a Heart Benefit" Sept. 8 at 7 p.m. to raise money for Kristina Logan and research for the Children’s Heart Foundation. The event will include live and silent auctions, music with the Motherlode Canyon Band, Small House Strings and other special guests. Tickets are available at the Egyptian Theatre box office for $50. There are also special cabaret tables available for $100. There will be guest speakers from Primary Children’s Hospital and the Children’s Heart Foundation. For more information, call 649-9371.
Sundance Food and Wine Festival
The Sundance Resort will host its first annual Food and Wine Festival today from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event will feature food and wine from a variety of award winning restaurants and featured vintners of Sundance’s Celebrating Wine as art program. Proceeds from the event will go towards the Sundance Preserve, a non profit group dedicated to protecting the environment around Provo’s North Fork Canyon. For tickets and information, call (800) 892-1600 or log on to http://www.sundanceresort.com.
Mid Mountain Marathon
The 26.2 mile race will run from Silver Lake Village at Deer Valley Resort to The Canyons Sept. 9.
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