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2020 July Events

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When we think of July, we think of fireworks, parades, rodeos and lots of celebration. Here are some events that are taking place in July that we can’t wait to enjoy:

Park City | Kamas | Oakley | Coalville

The Park City Institute

Locals Live Series

Every Saturday at 7 PM

Locals Live is a weekly streaming series that provides performance opportunities for local artists during this difficult time. Each Saturday at 7 PM the Institute will present a different local artist, some who have appeared on the PCI stage and some who are being introduced to our patrons.

As with our live performances, viewers will enjoy a wide variety of curated genres, including Pop, Jazz, Fusion and Ethnic performances. In each case, the performances will be streamed to various social media platforms and available for viewing later on Facebook and Youtube.

Historic Main Street

Time: 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM

Every Sunday until September 6

Main Street will close to vehicular traffic on Sundays beginning June 14 through September 6 from 11:00 am – 10:00 pm to allow for more social distancing space.  Free parking available in China Bridge Parking Structure, one block east of Main Street.

As we all adapt to a new normal, merchants on Historic Park City’s Main Street will be expanding to the street to allow for more space to practice social distancing while displaying wares and serving customers.

On-street merchant activation (dining, shopping, and experiences) will vary each week.

Oakley PRCA Rodeo 

July 2-4

Event Tickets Package Price:  $310

Ticket Package Includes: 10 tickets, 10 bandanas, 2 parking passes

A modified 2020 rodeo will go on, reduced to three performances July 2-4.  It will be open to the public on July 3-4.  The rodeo capacity will be greatly reduced.  Therefore a lottery system has been devised to ensure a fair method of purchasing tickets.

 

Heber

Heber Valley Railroad Freedom Train 

July 4th, 2019

Departure 8:00 am / Returns 9:30 am

Event Tickets:

$10 – Adults

$5 – Children (3-12)

Children 2 and under do not need a ticket.

Free – Veteran/Active DutyImmediate families are half price

Show your Independence Day spirit with an early morning ride on the annual Freedom Train. We depart at 8am sharp for this patriotic 90 minute round trip to Decker Bay. Live entertainment on board. Wear your red, white, and blue! Includes watermelon at the depot after we return.

Heber Valley Cheese

Experience the difference of the farmer’s touch through an immersive adventure at Kohler Creamery, home of Heber Valley Artisan Cheese. We offer a diverse set of experiences for all ages from tours, tastings and classes to fun outdoor activities.

 

Green River | Rock Springs

Sweetwater Library

All of your favorite Library Events are now taking place live on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/sweetlibraries/.

Wyoming BioBlitz 2020 

Date: July 17, 2020 – July 19, 2020

The Wyoming BioBlitz is a free, one-of-a-kind, annual opportunity for families, students, and all nature-lovers to search for and learn about plants and wildlife in Wyoming. For the last 11 years, Wyoming BioBlitz has been an in-person event, but this year we will be holding it statewide virtually due to the coronavirus. From July 17-19 this year, people can participate by submitting observations of wild organisms from anywhere in Wyoming using iNaturalist. For some friendly competition, we’ve divided the state into 8 regions. Help yours record the most species!

 

Evanston | Kemmer

Downtown farmers market

Make your Saturday morning destination the Downtown Evanston Outdoor  Farmers’ Market. Support vendors, new and old, as they return for the 2020 market season.

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