Sundance winner, "The Last Black Man in San Francisco," screens all weekend as part of Park City Film.

All Weekend 

 
Park City Film: The Last Black Man in San Francisco

Friday and Saturday, 8 p.m.; Sunday at 6 p.m. @ the Park City Library

U.S. dramatic directing award-winner at the Sundance Film Festival, The Last Black Man in San Francisco weaves the tale of two friends searching for home in rapidly changing San Francisco. General Admission $8; Students and Seniors $6. parkcityfilmseries.org

Thriller!

Friday–Saturday, 8 p.m.; Sunday at 6 p.m. @ The Egyptian Theatre

Prepare to be mystified and mesmerized by a cast of morbid monsters and maniacs. Always a sell-out, this annual show is a Halloween tradition. Warning: this show uses theatrical haze and strobe lighting, and is recommended for ages 12+. parkcityshows.com

Park City Museum 

Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m.–7 p.m.; Sunday, noon–6 @ Park City Museum

Explore Park City’s rich mining history through interactive and educational exhibits that take you into a mine shaft and old-time jail. Children can complete a “Park City History Detectives” activity, digging deeper into the past. parkcityhistory.org

Wednesday, September 18

 
PCHS First Annual Homecoming Parade

5:30 p.m. @ Main St.

Get your game face on for Park City High School’s first Homecoming Parade celebrating fall teams and programs, and cheer on the Miners football team’s  homecoming game against Stansbury.  After the parade, head back to the Park City High School for the annual Powderpuff football game at 7 p.m. 

Friday, September 20

Utah Book Authors Humanities Event:  Local Authors Panel

6:30 p.m. @ Park City Library

The 22nd Annual Utah Humanities Book Festival is Utah's oldest and only statewide book festival. Meet and celebrate local authors living or writing about the Wasatch Back, followed by a reception. Selected authors include: Bonnie Bedford Park ("Brides of 1941"), Bill Humbert ("Employee 5.0: Secrets Of A Successful Job Search In The New World Order"), Carly Bennett Stenmark ("More than a Manicure: The Nail Files"), Liz Yokubison ("They're Ready. Are You?: A Parent's Guide to Surviving the College Transition"), and Beverly Hurwitz ("A Walker's Guide to Park City" and "Park City Hiking Guide"). parkcitylibrary.org

Backcountry x NAC: Stoke Series Live Fundraising Event

5:30–10 p.m. @ The Shop, 1167 Woodside Avenue

Stoke Series Live presents an evening of great food, drink, and adventure storytelling in support of the National Ability Center. Ten adventurous souls share stories of empowerment in nature. $35 donation includes entry for incredible winter adventure gear, gourmet food and drink and inspiring storytelling. eventbrite.com

Saturday, September 21

 
Saturday Morning Nature Walk

8:30–10 a.m. @ Swaner EcoCenter

Discover the Swaner Preserve with a guided nature tour, navigating the wetlands while learning about the diverse plant and animal species found in its grasses and waters.  Keep your eyes peeled for an abundance of birds, elk, and perhaps a nesting sandhill crane.  $10 per person, $5 locals, free for Swaner members. swanerecocenter.org

Utah Humanities Book Festival: John Branch

4 p.m. @ Park City Library

New York Times reporter John Birch’s feature article about an avalanche in Washington State, "Snow Fall" won the Pulitzer Prize, and he has been featured five times in The Best American Sports Writing. His latest book, "The Last Cowboys," is an intimate portrait of a Southern Utah rodeo family as they fight for their land and livelihood. Sponsored by Rebecca Marriott Champion. parkcitylibrary.org

Student-activist and Parkland shooting survivor, Jaclyn Corin, speaks alongside fellow student-activist David Hogg at The Eccles Center on Saturday.

An Evening with David Hogg & Jaclyn Corin, Parkland School Shooting Survivors & Activists

7:30 p.m. @ George S. & Dolores Dore Eccles Center Theater

David Hogg and Jaclyn Corin are survivors of the high school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. After losing friends, classmates, and teachers, they mobilized into action, lobbying state government officials, and planning March For Our Lives—now one of the world’s largest youth-led movements. Witness an on-stage interview in which the pair shares their insights on gun violence, social justice, civic engagement, voting, and activism. Reserved: $45, General: $25 tickets.parkcity.institute.

Karaoke Night

7–10 p.m.@ DeJoria Center

Get your squad together and belt it out at Karaoke Night with Bronco Entertainment. No cover charge. Ages 21+ with valid ID required. dejoriacenter.com

Sunday, September 22

 

ODT's "Thriller!" returns to the Egyptian Theatre this weekend.

Park Silly Sunday Market

10 a.m.–5 p.m. @ Main St.

Treat yourself to a Park City favorite—a locally run eco-friendly, open-air market and street festival featuring unique and eclectic local and regional arts and crafts, music and performance art, antiques, imports and one-of-a-kind finds, delicious gourmet foods, and farmers market fruits and vegetables. Bike, scooter, or take the bus up to Main St. parksillysundaymarket.com

Swaner’s Craft Sunday

11 a.m.-1 p.m. @  Swaner EcoCenter

Indulge your crafty kids with a nature-themed craft at the EcoCenter. All ages are welcome. swanerecocenter.org

Patrick Ryan

7-10 p.m. @ The Spur Bar & Grill

Patrick Ryan covers old favorites and new, bringing a great time to every performance. 21+ thespurbarandgrill.com

 For more events and up-to-date happenings around town, check out our event calendar.

 

 

 

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