The leaves are starting to change (which is hard to believe) and it is time to think about the upcoming school year; however, there is still plenty of summertime goodness to enjoy in Park City!

Psicobloc Master Series Finals
When: Friday, August 7 at 7:30 PM (doors open at 6:00 PM)
Where: Utah Olympic Park
Head to Utah Olympic Park for the Psicobloc Master Series finals on Friday, August 7 at 7:30 PM.  What is Psicobloc you ask? Psicobloc, also known as Deep Water Soloing, is a form of solo climbing (without ropes) while above a deep body of water.  It is challenging, and a unique form of technical climbing. This is the third year that Utah Olympic Park has hosted the Psicobloc Master Series, which brings some of the world's best climbers together.  Climbers face off on the challenging fifty foot custom-built wall above the new Spence Eccles Freestyle Pool. Take a look at last year's event! Doors open at 6:00 PM, with will-call opening at 5:00 PM.  Wasatch Brewing Company will be at the event selling beer, and a DJ will be providing tunes! Photo Credit: Christine Bailey Speed | The Speeds.
UOP Climbing

Summit County Fair
Friday, August 7 and Saturday, August 8
Where: Summit County Fairgrounds
It is the last weekend of the Summit County Fair, and it is action packed!  Enjoy the Beer and Wine Garden, the PCRA Rodeo, Fireworks, and a Hired Guns Show. For the kids, there is a 5k Fun Run, a Petting Zoo, and a Pony Carousel to name just a few. Grab your cowboy hat and boots and head to the fairgrounds to experience a true western way of life with the entire family.
Summit County Rodeo

Tour of Utah, Stage 7
 Sunday, August 9 (start time: 12:00 PM; end time: roughly 3:00 PM)
Where: Historic Main Street
The Tour of Utah, an international professional cycling competition, returns to Park City's Historic Main Street for the fifth consecutive year this Sunday, August 9.  The Tour's final stage, which includes some of the steepest climbs and fastest descents in professional cycling, starts and finishes on Historic Main Street.  Stage 7 takes riders 78 miles through the farmlands of Summit and Wasatch Counties, and over Empire Pass - a climb commonly spoken about in the cycling community.  Riders will gain 7,806 feet in elevation. In the last stretch of this stage, cyclists speed downhill at over 60 mph before crossing the finish line.

Historic Main Street is not only one of the best places to view the race, but the street transforms into a day of festivities includes kids' activities, beer gardens, an autograph alley, and dining decks.  Please remember that parking in the Historic District is limited - we suggest using free public transportation or riding your bike!

Hops on the Hill
Tuesday, August 11, 5:00 PM
Where: Stein Eriksen Lodge
This week's Hops on the Hill features Uinta and Bonneville breweries accompanied by the music of Red Rock Ramblers. The series, which will take place every Tuesday for seven weeks, donates a portion of its proceeds to Park City's Youth Sports Alliance.  The Youth Sports Alliance (YSA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to enabling and supporting youth participation in sports with a focus on learning, competing and excelling.  The craft beer and food tasting, prior to live music, costs $40 in advance, and $45 at the door.  A variety of grilled treats ranging from $5-15 may be purchased during the free concert, as well as beverages at a cash bar. Visit our website for more details.

For a full calendar of events happening this week in Park City, be sure to check our website.