Adopt-A-Native Elder hosts its 30th Annual Rug Show and Sale this weekend, celebrating Navajo artistry and culture with events ranging from a Friday night Gala to a Veteran's Ceremony.

All Weekend Long

Adopt-A-Native Elder's 30th Annual Navajo Rug Show & Sale

Friday Gala, 6–10 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m.–6 p.m. @ Snow Park Lodge, Deer Valley Resort

Honoring Navajo culture as well as serving as a forum to showcase and sell weavings and jewelry to support the native elders, this weekend-long celebration and rug show features dances, weaving demonstrations, a veterans' ceremony, a pow-wow and more. One hundred percent of the proceeds from the rug sales go directly to the weavers.

Park City Film: Raise Hell! The Life and Times of Molly Ivins

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

Raise Hell! tells the fascinating story of media firebrand Molly Ivins, a six-foot tall Texan with a sharp wit, who wasn’t afraid to take on corruption in any shape or form. Pulitzer-Prize nominated journalist, popular TV pundit, and author, Ivins spoke truth to power despite the consequences. Don’t miss this portrait of intellect, humor and courage. General Admission $8; Students and Seniors $7.

The Rocky Horror Show

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

Revisit the classic, B film sci-fi and horror genres with that irresistible rock 'n roll score—it’s a hilarious night you won’t forget.

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.

The Robot Zoo

Friday 10 a.m.–5 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 10–4 @ Swaner Nature Preserve

Explore the biomechanics of complex animal robots to discover how real animals work. Little engineers will delight in interactive, hands-on exhibits, such as how chameleons change color and a fly walks on the ceiling. Through January 5th. $6 non-members; children 3 and under free.

Wednesday November 6

9th Annual Saluting Our Heroes Luncheon

12–1:30 p.m. @ The Grand America, Salt Lake City

National Ability Center hosts its 9th annual "Saluting Our Heroes" luncheon honoring active duty and veteran members of the U.S. and their families. Family, friends, and the public are invited to celebrate those who have selflessly fought for our country. This event features two powerful speakers, James Bradley, author of The New York Times bestseller, “Flags of Our Fathers," and NAC volunteer and author, Dan Schilling.

Thursday November 7

Park City Film Made in Utah Series: However Long

7 p.m. @ Park City Library

However Long brings an intimate portrait of women living with metastatic (stage four) breast cancer, illuminating the reality of living with an incurable disease. The film addresses the human condition while asking all viewers to ask themselves how they want to live the rest of their lives. Post-film panel with director Jenny Mackenzie. Free.

Live PC Give PC returns this Friday. Time to open up those wallets and show Park City's nonprofits the love.

Friday, November 8

Live PC Give PC

Every November, Live PC Give PC raises millions of dollars for Park City's non-profits. To donate, hop online. Every contribution gives your favorite organization the chance to win by securing matching grants, winning leaderboard prizes, and gaining additional contributions.

Live PC Give PC Party

8 p.m.–midnight @ High West Saloon

Join the party at High West as Park City Community Foundation tallies up the Live PC Give PC fundraiser totals and announce leaderboard winners. Cash bar, 21+.

Musician’s Showcase

6–9 p.m.@ DeJoria Center

Gather up your courage and favorite song for open mic night in a comfortable, supportive  environment at the State Road Tavern. Musicians welcome to perform either original songs or covers. Contact Walt for more information or to RSVP or 435.640.8502. No cover charge.

Saturday, November 9


Ziegfeld Theater performs cult classic The Rocky Horror Show at The Egyptian.

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.

Park City Film: Faces Places

4 p.m.@ Park City Library 

Legendary filmmaker Agnès Varda and photographer JR travel the French countryside in search of people and places that become the subjects of their public art installations. Their photographic portraits capture the beauty and humor of the people they meet, and the power of art as a social connection. Shown in French with English subtitles. Free.

Sarah Evans

7 p.m.@ DeJoria Center 

Polish your boots and head over to the DeJoria Center for an evening with Sarah Evans. With five No. 1 Country singles including “No Place That Far,” “Suds In The Bucket, “A Real Fine Place To Start,” “Born to Fly,” and “A Little Bit Stronger,” Sarah Evans has earned numerous American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards, Country Music Association, CMT and Grammy Awards nominations. Tickets start at $70.

Sunday, November 10

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

Patrick Ryan covers old favorites and new. 21+

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