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Park City Miner's Day & Labor Day Celebration

Come up to Park City’s Historic Main Street & City Park on Labor Day and join the Park City Rotary Club in celebrating our mining heritage during a full day of activities for all ages including the Funky 5k Fun Run, breakfast, live music, mucking & drilling competitions, kids’ races, beer garden and vendors.  The Annual Labor Day gathering celebrates Park City's Mining Heritage and raises money for Summit County non-profit organizations.

2015 Schedule of Events - September 7, 2015
subject to change

7:45 am Miner's Day Breakfast in City Park - Presented by St. Mary's Catholic Church

8:00 am Funky 5k/10k starting from City Park - Presented by Park City Running Company

10:45 am World Famous Running of the Balls on Historic Main Street 

11:00 am Miner's Day Parade on Historic Main Street -  Enter a Float 

11:45 am - 5:00 pm Live Music in City Park - bands to be announced

12:30 pm - 1:00 pm Kids Race starting from City park Stage

2:00 pm - 3:30 pm Mucking & Drilling Competition in Skateboard Park Parking Lot

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm Skateboard Pro Bowl Jam in Skateboard Park

There will be ongoing kid's games and activities all day in City Park including a bounce house and face painting.  

Labor Day RUNNING OF THE BALLS?  The way it works is; you "adopt" a ball that is released at the top of Main Street prior to the parade. The first ball through the finish line chute will win it's owner a valuable prize, such as airline tickets and many other great donated prizes. There will be over 10 other prizes awarded for close finishers. This much anticipated event is sponsored by the Park City Rotarians and benefits other charity projects. Buy a "Ball" and enjoy the fun... it's for a great cause!  Buy balls at the breakfast or Funky 5K.  

 

 

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