KPCW PSA Events
Park City Film screens THE HIDDEN LIFE OF TREES on Friday, October 8 and Saturday, October 9 at 7 pm and Sunday, October 10 at 6 pm in Jim Santy Auditorium. When Peter Wohlleben published his book “The Hidden Life of Trees” in 2015, he stormed all the bestseller charts overnight: no-one had ever written about the German woods like this forester. This film follows the stories and travels of the author as he takes the viewer closer to these astounding living entities that actually keep the inhabitants of Earth alive. Reserved tickets and more info at parkcityfilm.org.
Saturday Morning Nature Walk on Swaner Preserve, 8:30 am
Join in a morning nature walk on the Preserve with one of Swaner's naturalists on Saturdays at 8:30 to explore plant and animal species and hear the history of the Swaner Preserve. This outing is appropriate for all ages. Tall grass, uneven footing, and wet ground may be encountered. Walk-ins are welcome; however, please register in advance to secure your spot. Please dress for the weather and bring water. Register at swanerecocenter.org.
Join Recycle Utah for their Free Composting Clinic Saturday, October 9 at 10 am at the center.
This workshop will provide information on why we compost, what materials can be composted, supplies needed to maintain composting, and how to keep compost piles fresh and active. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to attend the Composting Clinic.
"Be the Light" March with Peace House, Sunday Oct. 10, 5:30-7:30, Town Plaza
Join Peace House as they kick off domestic violence awareness month this October. The Be the Light March invites community members to gather together at Town Lift Plaza in recognition of survivors of domestic violence on Sunday, October 10 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Peace House asks that you "be the light" in dark times for many individuals. Participants may also sign a city-wide proclamation in support of domestic violence awareness.
Park City Film VIRTUAL Cinema: AILEY - September 17th through October 18th
Park City Film brings you "AILEY," an artful biopic of the elusive Alvin Ailey, a visionary Black choreographer whose dance company is world renowned. Ailey’s lasting impact on dance, his commitment to highlighting an African American sensibility, and stunning choreography is well captured in Wignot’s poetic documentary. This film is available through October 18. Tickets for all Virtual Cinema films at parkcityfilm.org.
Park City Library "Next Chapter Book Club," Mondays, 12pm
Community members are invited to this book club for adults with varying developmental abilities, every Monday from 12-1 pm at the Park City Library. Eat lunch, read books, and share stories with friends. For more information on the Next Chapter Book Club, contact Kate Mapp: Kate.Mapp@ParkCity.org, 435-615-5602.
Park City Library "Baby and Me," Mondays, 3-4 pm
Every Monday, Park City Library hosts "Baby and Me," an interactive lapsit that encourages early literacy while stimulating your baby’s senses with short books, music, & more! For children age birth to 18 months. Note that Library events that are planned in person may change due to possible COVID-19 updates. See the Library’s calendar for any changes.
Park City Rotary: Weekly Lunch Meeting, Tuesdays, 12:15 pm to 1:30 pm
Visitors are always welcome at Park City Rotary's noon lunch meeting, every Tuesday at the DoubleTree Hotel. Visit our Noon Rotary meeting to learn about this great community service organization, and stay because you've made good friends. More information at parkcityrotary.org.
Park City Library Presents Author Tiffany Rosenhan Facilitating a Free Teen Writing Workshop, Tues. Oct. 12, 7-8
Tiffany Rosenhan, author of spy thriller YA book, 'Girl From Nowhere', will talk to teen writers about the 5 essential parts of your first 5 pages The event is Tuesday, October 12 from 7-8 pm. at the PC Library.
Park City Film Presents a Free Screening of COCO at Bonanza Art Park (Corner of Bonanza and Munchkin Roads) on Tuesday, October 12 at 7 pm. Coco is a Pixar Animation PG film running 105 minutes. The film is presented in Spanish with English subtitles.
Despite his family's generations-old ban on music, young Miguel dreams of becoming an accomplished musician like the legendary Ernesto de la Cruz. By a strange accident, Miguel finds himself in the colorful Land of the Dead. After meeting a charming trickster named Héctor, the two new friends embark on a journey to discover the real story behind Miguel's family history. Low back chairs and/or blankets are recommended. Masks are required. Reservations at parkcityfilm.org.
Virtual Tuck-In Storytime, Tuesdays, 7-8 pm
Park City Library offers virtual Tuck-In Storytime, interactive and soothing story telling for children aged 2-6, perfect for right before bed. Every Tuesdays from 7-8 pm, children will be able to read, sing, and rhyme in pajamas with their stuffed animals from the comfort of their own homes. More info at parkcitylibrary.org.
Baby & Me at the Park City Library, Wednesdays, 10:00 am
Baby and Me is an interactive lap sit for babies from birth to 18 months. Encourage early literacy while stimulating your baby’s senses with short books, music and more!
Music and Movement in the Library Field, Wednesdays, 11:00 am
Enjoy a lively and noisy hour aimed at toddlers, preschoolers and their caregivers to explore a variety of musical instruments, dances, songs and fantastic books! "Music and Movement" is held in the library field, weather permitting, every Wednesday from 11 am to noon.
Crafternoons 2 Go, Wednesdays between 2-5 pm at the Park City Library
Craft from your home with weekly, free and unique craft kits. Themes and how-to videos are on Facebook and Instagram for each kit once a week. On Wednesdays between 2-5 pm, come into the Park City Library to pickup your free kit or use the curbside service. Kits are free and first come, first served.
Park City Museum will host an In-Person Lecture on Avalanches and Ski Patrol by Denise deVines on Wednesday, October 13 from 5-6 pm. at the Park City Museum Education and Collections Center Building located at 2079 Sidewinder Drive.
Veteran ski patroller and Deer Valley Ski Instructor, Denise deVines has written a book called Danger: Avalanche Warning. She’s earned many NSP accolades, including top Outdoor Emergency Care Instructor in the nation; and a Purple Star for saving a life. She formerly patrolled in California and Pennsylvania. More information and registration at parkcityhistory.org. Questions? Please contact Diane Knispel at email@example.com.
"Just for Teens" at Park City Library, Wednesdays, 5-7 pm
Park City Library hosts a weekly Teen Meeting every Wednesday from 5-7 pm, now through Janaury 5. Teens 13-18 will use this time to get together and create events for themselves and fellow teens. A staff member will facilitate. Fo more information, visit https://parkcitylibrary.org/events
Park City Sunrise Rotary Meetings, In-Person and Virtually, Thursdays, 7:15 am
Park City Sunrise Rotary is meeting in person again! Visitors are always welcome at Sunrise Rotary meetings, every Thursday at 7:15 am at O'Shucks in Quarry Village. You can also join virtually via Zoom. Details on upcoming speakers and Zoom link at parkcitysunriserotary.org.
Toddler Storytime in the Library Field, Thursdays, 11:00 am
Park City Library hosts "Toddler Story Time" every Thursday from 11 am to noon in Library Field. Come enjoy a fun early literacy program with your toddler interacting with books and music to explore letters & sounds. Toddler storyime is ideal for children ages 18 months – 3 years. This event will be held in the library field, weather permitting (or moved inside during inclemet weather).
Minecraft Club at Park City Library, Thursdays, 4-5
Park City Library hosts 'Minecraft Club' on Thursdays from 4-5 pm for all levels of players. Kids 7-10 can learn problem-solving skills through Minecraft as well as developing social skills by working together on challenges. Through January 6. For more information, parkcitylibrary.org
Park City Twilight Rotary, Wednesdays, 6:00 pm - via Zoom
Park City Twilight Rotary meets monthly on the first and third Wednesdays at 6:00 pm. The first Wednesday is in person at Park City Coffee Roaster and also shared over Zoom. The third Wednesday meeting is via Zoom only. For more information, visit pctwilightrotary.org.
Park City Library Presents: Representing Ourselves Speaker Series: A Conversation With Daniel Cureton, Thurs., October 14, 6:00 pm
As part of the Representing Ourselves Speaker Series, on Thursday, October 14 at 6 pm, author Daniel Cureton will read from his work, "Monster Brain: Conversations with OCD," and have a conversation about the beauty and terror of living with OCD.
Stuffed Animal Sleepover at Park City Library, Dropoff Friday, Oct. 15, 10am-6:pm; Pickup Saturday morning
Bring your favorite stuffed animal for a sleepover at the library. Drop your stuffed animal off on Friday, October 15 during Library hours 10 am to 6 pm. Then super-secret cameras will catch them overnight. Pick up your animal on Saturday morning. Enjoy breakfast treats, and see pictures of the animal’s overnight escapades. Library events that are planned in person may change due to possible COVID-19 updates. See the Library’s calendar for any changes.
Park City Film screens RESPECT on Friday, October 15 and Saturday, October 16 at 7 pm and Sunday, October 17 at 6:00 pm.in Jim Santy Auditorium.Rated PG-13. RESPECT follows the rise of Aretha Franklin's career from a young child singing in her father's church choir to her international superstardom as the Queen of Soul.
Park City Library Action Book Club: "Remembering Family" Ofrenda Action Bag
On Monday, October 18 from 10 am to 9 pm Action Book Club members can pick up their "Remembering Family" Ofrenda Action Bags. Create an Ofrenda at home using supplies from this Action Bag.
Sing-A-Long At North Summit Senior Center with Summit County Librarians, Wed., Oct. 20, 12:30-1
The Summit County Library is sponsoring a "Ballads & Books" event on Wednesday, October 20 from 12:30 to 1 pm at the North Summit Senior Center. Join them for a raucous Sing-Along featuring the Best of Broadway! Singing librarians and the Bookmobile....what could be better?
Park City Fall Trail Series, Last Wednesday, October 20, Start times 5:30-6 pm, Utah Olympic Park
Park City Fall TrailRunning Series last Wednesday ride will be Wednesdays, October 20 at 5:30 pm. Trail runs (or hikes) at the Utah Olympic Park support the fundraising of Park City Ski and Snowboard. In addition to an exciting trail race series of varying distances and difficulties, several local Olympians will be participating. Register at parkcityss.org.
Raising the Daly West Headframe ZOOM Lecture Part 3 given by Brian Buck, Steve Issowitz, and Doug Ogilvy, October 20, 5-6 pm.
Park City Museum and Friends of Ski Mountain Mining History present a ZOOM lecture called 'Raising the Daly West Headframe Part 3' on Wednesday, October 20 from 5-6 pm. The Daly West mine was started by John J. Daly in the early 1890s and grew into one of the most notable mining operations in the U.S. West. It was accessed by a 2,100 foot deep shaft. In 1914 the wood headframe was replaced with a steel shaft headframe which stood for over a century. In May 2015, it collapsed into the shaft. Since then the Park City community has deliberated over what is next for the famous headframe. In 2020/2021 the Park City Municipal Government, Deer Valley Resort, and Empire Pass Master Owners Association cooperated to fix the damaged headframe and raise it up again near the original shaft location. This talk tells the story of raising the Daly West headframe and is a collaborative effort of Brian Buck, local geologist; Steve Issowits, Deer Valley Resort; and Doug Ogilvy, Empire Pass Master Owners Association. For more info and to register, go to parkcityhistory.org. Questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Park City Library Book Festival Presents Author Wendy Troxel, Ph.D. in a Free Talk on "Sleep Strategies", Wed., Oct. 20, 6:30 pm
Sleep expert and author of "Sharing the Covers: Every Couple's Guide to Better Sleep" Wendy Troxel speaks Wednesday, October 20 at 6:30 pm. at the Park City Library on proven sleep strategies.
_______________________________________________________________________Candlelight Vigil for Domestic Violence Survivors
Peace House is sponsoring a Candlelight Vigil for Domestic Violence Survivors on Thursday, October 21 at 6 pm at Newpark Amphitheatre. Join our community to acknowledge the resiliency of domestic violence survivors and the resources that our community is able to provide. Community leaders will speak; music will be provided by the Treblemakers!
"Guiding Good Choices" Online Program Presented by Communities that Care, Starts October 21 6:30-8:00 for 5 weeks. Register in Advance.
Guiding Good Choices is a free, evidence based program proven to help parents and trusted adults reduce substance use and depression in youth. This online program is designed for parents and trusted adults of children age 9-14. It will be held on Thursdays beginning October 21 through November 18 from 6:30 to 8 pm. Register on Eventbrite! Search: "Virtual Guiding Good Choices - 5 class series". For more information ctcsummitcounty.org.