Park City Weekend Agenda: September 6–8

Tuck into a weekend packed with everything from brunch on the plaza and concerts (such as the Squeeze at Deer Valley) to the return of the film series, a classic car round up, and family-friendly “Matilda!” at the Egyptian.

By Vanessa Conabee September 4, 2019

Park City Film resumes its beloved local series this weekend with the documentary "The Biggest Little Farm."

All Weekend Long

Park City Film Series: The Biggest Little Farm

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

The Biggest Little Farm might be the jump start to the garden—or mini-ranch—of your dreams.  This documentary follows John and Molly Chester as they leave the city for a 200-acre farm in the foothills of Ventura County, and the triumphs and struggles of creating a dream homestead that coexists with nature. Post-film Q&A Saturday and Sunday nights with Bill White of Bill White Farms. Wine and beer available for purchase. General Admission $8; Students and Seniors $6.

Matilda! The Musical

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

Roald Dahl’s beloved novel comes to the stage with the Tony Award-winning story of an extraordinary girl who changes her destiny with sharp wits and determination.

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.

Friday, September 6

Fat Paw

6–9 p.m. @ O.P. Rockwell

Come out for a 90’s reunion with Tim Wray and Fat Paw, the band of choice for Park City locals for special occasions and party events back in the day.  $10. 21+ 

Looking for some family-friendly entertainment this weekend? "Matilda!" at the Egyptian Theatre is just the ticket.  

Saturday, September 7

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.

Oakley City’s 14th Annual Fall Round Up & Classic Car and Motorcycle Show

8 a.m.–5 p.m. @ Oakley City Recreational Complex

Classic-car lovers roll into Oakley for a full day of family fun and entertainment, including “Poker Run,” “Show & Shine,” local food, entertainment and prizes. The fee ($30 per vehicle) includes country breakfast for two, an event t-shirt, and dash plaque. For more information contact [email protected]

Brunch At Altitude

11 a.m.–2 p.m. (10 a.m. for VIP hour) @ Marriott's Summit Watch Plaza

Gather friends and family for a decadent brunch, live music, yard games and a sizzling Bloody Mary Smackdown on lower Main Street’s Summit Watch Plaza. Choose from a variety of bites and beverages from premier eateries, check out an epic competition between mixologists, groove to live entertainment, partake of the spirit garden, and participate in the silent auction, benefitting the Peace House. General Admission $35, VIP Admission $75; Children Under 5 Free.

The 2nd annual Brunch at Altitude, benefitting The Peace House, returns Sept. 7.

Squeeze Songbook Tour with Special Guest X

6:30 p.m. @ Deer Valley’s Snow Park Amphitheater

British new wave sensation Squeeze enjoyed a string of hits including “Tempted” and “Pulling Muscles (From a Shell).” Despite solo careers and occasional separations, the Ivor Novello Award-winning songwriting duo reunited ten years ago to relaunch Squeeze and have been touring, writing and recording together since. Picnics, blankets, and chairs (on west side of general admission lawn, no higher than 9” from the ground) welcome.  Tickets start at $50.

Brooke “Madame” Mackintosh

7–10 p.m. @ The DeJoria Center

Not easily pigeon-holed, Mackintosh describes her music as “Indie Acoustic Mountain Soul.” She’s performed the National Anthem for NASCAR and Motocross races and rocked hundreds of venues, festivals and events across the U.S. Catch this rising star on a small stage. 21+

Sunday, September 8

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, one-of-a-kind finds, delicious gourmet foods, and farmers market fruits and vegetables. Bike, scooter, or take the bus up to Main St.

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.

Patrick Ryan

7–10 p.m. @ The Spur Bar & Grill

Regular performer Patrick Ryan covers old favorites and new in his solo, acoustic shows. 21+



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