Wondering how to spend the end of August? We have you covered. This week in Park City brings musicals, a car show, biking, golf - the list is endless. Enjoy! Photo Credit: Utah Olympic Park.

Neil Simon Festival Presents, They're Playing Our Song
When: Aug. 20-Aug. 23, Thursday-Saturday at 8 PM; Sunday at 6:00 PM
Where: Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main Street
As part of the Neil Simon Festival, Park City's Egyptian Theatre is featuring "They're Playing our Song" this weekend for four nights.  "They're Playing our Song" is based on a book written by Neil Simon, and features lyrics by Carole Bayer Sager with music by Marvin Hamlish.  The musical portrays much of Sager's early relationship with Hamlish, prior to her falling in love with Burt Bacharach.  The show includes serious topics and stories while incorporating wonderful music and many of Neil Simon's trademark one-liners.

"It is fun and it is funny, full of blithe good humor, hilarious jokes and witty, pointed characterizations...The concept of the musical is absolutely beguiling...Simon has gotten himself another odd couple even odder than his first and is at his most sprightly and acidly comic." - New York Post

To purchase tickets or for more information, visit Egyptian Theatre's website.

Classic Car Show
When:
Saturday, Aug. 22, 10:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Lower Historic Main Street
Are you a fan of classic cars? Then make sure you head to the lower section of Historic Main Street on Saturday, August 22 between 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM.  This year's classic car show is sponsored by the Wasatch Mountain Jaguar Register (WMJR) with the focus being Classic and Vintage British and European cars. The car show is to offer a free entrance, so make sure to take a look and vote for your favorite car! People's Choice and various Best of Class and Class runner up trophies will be awarded.

The National Ability Center's Summit Challenge
When:
August 22, 2015, 6:00 AM-4:00 PM
Where: Start & Finish at the National Ability Center
Join the National Ability Center for this year's Summit Challenge.  The Summit Challenge is a fully supported road ride that directs participants through the mountains and valleys of Summit and Wasatch Counties.  Depending on your experience level, riders can choose between 18, 52, and 102 mile courses.  All proceeds from this event will benefit the National Ability Center, whose mission is to empower individuals of all abilities by building self-esteem, confidence and lifetime skills through sport, recreation, and educational programs.  If riding bikes isn't for you, you can still participate roadside by cheering on participants. For those who have yet to register, you're in luck! Registration will still be an option on Saturday morning.
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Peace House Benefit Golf Tournament
When:
Monday, Aug. 24 at 10:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Victory Ranch and Conservancy Golf Course
Hit the links and support the Peace House during their first annual, Peace House Benefit Golf Tournament at Victory Ranch, a private golf course in Kamas, UT.  A shotgun start kicks of the scramble-style tournament at 10:00 AM.  Four-person teams can compete for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes, as well as prizes for "Closest to Pin" and "Longest Drive."

The golf course at the beautiful Victory Ranch and Conservancy was designed by Rees Jones, and features picturesque views of the Jordanelle Resevoir, and Uinta and Wasatch mountains from every tee box.

For more event information or to sign up, visit the Peace House's event page. Day-of registration for this event will open at 8:30 AM, but spots are filling fast! 

Extreme Tubing at Utah Olympic Park
Looking for a thrill this week?  Hop on a specially designed inner tube with a hard plastic bottom at the Utah Olympic Park for some Extreme Tubing.  Recently opened on August 20, UOP's Extreme Tubing gives thrill-seekers the opportunity to slide down the landing hills of the K64 and K90 Nordic ski jumps on the inner tubes at up to 50 mph.

One of UOP's goals is to provide the Olympic-level sport experience to the general public.  Extreme Tubing will do just that, as it allows guests to experience the "thrill of Nordic ski jumping" without strapping on the skis! Extreme Tubing will be offered daily August 20-September 7 from 12:00-4:00 PM, and September 11-October 25 on Friday-Sunday from 12:00-4:00 PM.  The fun is offered for all ability levels, but participants must be 10 years or older.

For a more complete list of Park City happenings this week, take a look at our website.