Fall Events 2021 & Lifestyle Newsletter

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There's plenty to look forward to as we head from sunny summer days to cool fall mornings. Park City is back to hosting many of the events we love, and more than ever it is joyful to come together as a community and celebrate the changing of seasons. As you will see below, there are many great opportunities to get out an enjoy the lovely autumn weather and scenery.

Keep in mind that these events are subject to change depending on weather and covid-related circumstances, so make sure to keep an eye on things through the provided links. In the meantime I hope to see you out on the trails and around town!

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Silver King Resort Parking Lot

Wednesdays through October 27th

Each Wednesday, Park City Resort hosts the Park City Farmers' Market, offering food trucks, fresh produce, fresh baked bread, and arts and crafts from local vendors. The Farmers' Market runs into mid-late October, depending on weather and the growing season. More info here.
City Park to Guardsman Pass
September 12th

Tour des Suds is back! This is a 7-mile mountain bike climb starting at City Park. Go hard and treat it like a legit mtb race (yes, there are awards), or a crazy costume party on bikes. Either way, it’s 2,700′ of vert, from town straight up to the finish line at the top of Guardsman Pass. No e-bikes please. More info here.
September 30th - October 3rd

When you come up for the Park City Wine Festival, you’ll learn from the best of the best in the wine industry. See how passion for wine, food, and the great outdoors blend together to create the most memorable experience. You won’t just sip, sniff, and swirl with our experts, you’ll ride down a mountain or hike up a trail with them! Go on your leaf peeping mountain adventure, and pair it with a wine weekend getaway. Engage with winemakers, vineyard owners, and Master Sommeliers in their element for so much more than a lecture. Learn more here.

Snowbird  |  Saturdays & Sundays
August 14th - October 17th

Utah's Original Oktoberfest is back! After a one year hiatus, it is time to celebrate the 48th Annual Oktoberfest bigger and better than ever. Voted one of America's 10 Best Oktoberfests by Men's Journal Magazine , Snowbird attracts thousands of visitors and has grown to become one of the largest festivals in Utah. Learn more.

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November 5th

Every November, Live PC Give PC brings Park City and Summit County together for 24 hours of extreme generosity. This giving day has raised millions of dollars for local nonprofits over the past 11 years. Whether you live, work, stay, or play here, you benefit from our nonprofits. Show your love for our community on November 5th!

More info here.

Peace House  |  700 Round Valley Drive
September 18th

Peace house invites the community to celebrate 25 years of dedication to ending violence and abuse and empowering survivors to heal and thrive. More info.

September 9th

Join the Swaner Preserve and Wild Utah Project in building several Beaver Dam Analogs (BDA) along a stream on the Swaner Preserve! The BDAs will help improve water and habitat quality on the Preserve. This is a great way to get onto areas of the Preserve that are not open to the public. Learn more and RSVP here.
St. Regis Deer Valley

September 19th

Hike 4 Hunger is an outdoor adventure event that raises awareness of hunger and food insecurity in Summit and Wasatch counties. This event takes place on the beautiful trails of Park City in and around Deer Valley. This year Hike 4 Hunger will be held at the St. Regis Hotel Deer Valley and will feature outdoor fun, food, music, and more for the whole family! More info here.

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Virtual, Twilight Drive-In at Utah Olympic Park, and Jim Santy Auditorium

The Park City Film Series is a nonprofit organization presenting the best of independent feature, documentary, world, and local cinema, with the mission of creating community through film. 
More info here.

All the Streets Are Silent  | Through September 13th  |  Virtual
Barbara Lee: Speaking Truth to Power  |  Through September 7th  |  Virtual
Summertime  |  Through September 27th  |  Virtual
Point Break  |  September 10th  | Twilight Drive-In
Summer of Soul  |  Sep 10th - 12th  |  Jim Santy Auditorium
Soul  |  September 16th  |  Twilight Drive-In
The Princess Bride  |  September 16th  |  Twilight Drive-In
In The Heights  |  September 16th  |  Twilight Drive-In
Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain  |  Sept 17th - 19th  |  Jim Santy Auditorium
Nine Days  |  September 24th - 26th  |  Jim Santy Auditorium
Buried  |  September 25th  |  Twilight Drive-In
The Green Night  |  October 1st - 3rd  |  Jim Santy Auditorium
The Hidden Life of Trees  |  October 8th - 10th  |  Jim Santy Auditorium

Jorge Rojas: Artist Talk   
September 2nd  |  6:30 - 8:00 pm
Stories of Maize/Histories de Maize  
Sep 15th  |  7:00 - 8:30 pm
Halloween Houses (KIDS 6-12)   
Thursdays Sept 9 - Oct 7 | 4:00- 6:00 pm 
Learn more about Artist Talk and Stories of Maize here. You can learn more about Halloween Houses and registration here. 

9 to 5 - The Musical! Sept 10th - 19th
Thriller - Odyssey Dance Theatre September 24th - October 10th
Egyptian Theatre 40th Birthday Celebration! Tuesday, October 12th
John Mayall October 14th - 17th
Legendary Iron Butterfly Oct 22nd - 24th 
Evil Dead Film Fest: Hosted by Bruce Campbell October 29th to 31st

More info and tickets here.

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Midway Town Square  |  Sept 3rd - 4th

Crowds in the thousands are expected to come to Midway from throughout Utah and beyond. An annual tradition since the 1940s, Swiss Days will offer an outdoor craft fair, 10k race, parade, live entertainment, and food booths with traditional dishes made on site.

More info here!     Schedule of Events


PARK CITY MINER'S DAY  Various Locations in Old Town |  September 6th

7:30 - 9:30 am  |  Miners’ Day Breakfast, City Park
8:00 am  |  Miners’ Day Bark City 5k Run, City Park (bring your dog)
10:30 am  |  Running of the Balls, Main Street (get there early to buy balls)
11:00 am  |  Miners’ Day Parade, Main Street
11:30 am - 2:30 pm  |  Food Trucks, City Park
11:45 - 1:30 pm  |  Music in the Park – The Wyld, City Park Stage
12:30 - 1:00 pm  |  Kids Games, City Park
12:30 - 3:00 pm  |  Mining Demonstrations, City Park (across from library on Park Ave.)
2:30 - 4:00 pm  |  Music in the Park – Fuse N’ Rock, City Park Stage
3:00 pm – Dedication of Rich Martinez sculpture, Treasure Hill Trailhead


Soldier Hollow Nordic Center  |  Midway
September 3rd - 6th  

Four days of family fun and exciting competition at Soldier Hollow Nordic Center featuring the world’s top sheepdogs and handlers. Watching world-class sheep dogs at work will take your breath away.

More info here.

AUTUMN ALOFT  Various Locations in Park City  |  September 18th - 19th

Event festivities are free to spectators and are scheduled to take place at multiple locations around the Park City area. Autumn Aloft is a visual delight for spectators rather than an opportunity for balloon rides for event attendees. Tethered rides may be available on a first come, first serve basis but are not guaranteed. Pre-purchased tickets are not available for Autumn Aloft events. 
More info here.


Francis Family Farm  |  Midway
Also has a Kiddie Corn Maze!

Park City Gardens  |  Park City

Also has a Haunted Forest!

September 18th  |  Midway Town Square
10:00 am - 2:00 pm 

Historic Walk and Festivities 
Volksmarching is a European tradition that involves people of all ages in a fun, non-competitive 5k or 10k walk to bring people together and celebrate what makes their town unique. The tradition began as a way to raise awareness of the need to protect the rural and agricultural feel of Midway. Info here!

PUMPKIN TRAIN  |  Heber Valley Railroad
October 7th - 30th  |  Select Dates

The whole family will enjoy Heber Valley Railroad's annual Pumpkin Train! This trip includes a short, 40 minute train ride where you'll be entertained on-board by costumed characters. You'll also get to try a delicious pumpkin cookie, and of course you get to select a pumpkin from our Pumpkin Patch! Additional food and snacks will be available for purchase at the depot. More info here.

McPolin Farm  |  
October 2nd

Come out to the McPolin Farm and build your own scarecrow which will be displayed for everyone to see. Straw will be provided for stuffing, as well as a support along the trail for your 'crow and a display packet. You bring all the items to build your scarecrow including a head, clothing, shoes, props, scissors and any other fun funky accessories you can think of. 
Various Locations  |  
October 13th - 17th

Keeping with tradition, festivities begin Wednesday night at the Midway Town Hall with dinner, great music, and cowboy poetry. The multi-day gathering features some of the very best musicians and poets in the country, like Waddie Mitchell, Andy Nelson, Eli Barsi, and Doris Daley. 

Tickets and info.
Wheeler Historic Farm  |  6351 S 900 E, SLC
October 25th  |  5:00 - 8:00 pm

Celebrate Halloween with your pooch! Here's the scoop.The ticket gets you and your pup entrance to the Pumpkin Days Event and a trick or treat bag for your pet. You will get to use your dog’s directional skills to find your way through the straw bale maze, visit the vendors together, and enjoy a Fall wagon ride. More info here.

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Thank you to the Parley's Canyon Fire first responders! 

November 19th - April 17th

Vail Resorts has announced their tentative open/close dates for Park City Mountain Resort for the 2021-22 season. Skiers and riders will be returning to the slopes on Friday, November 19th, 2021, with the closing date set for Sunday, April 17th, 2022. Of course, all dates are subject to change according to weather. Vail Resorts also indicated that the company does not plan to have a reservation system in place for mountain access this winter at PCMR or its other properties.
More info here!


In the wake of out-of-bounds fatalities last winter, PCMR recently announced that it would permanently close the backcountry access gate atop the Ninety-Nine 90 chairlift, ending an era of virtually direct chairlift access to the Park City ridgeline. Access will still be available to this area through the Peak 5 gate. More info here.
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