It is difficult to believe that there are only seven days until the official start of ski season, when Park City Mountain opens on November 21. Many of us still need to get our skis and boards ready, and store our bikes and golf clubs away for the winter.  But let us not forget about the other entertainment options and fun to be had this week in Park City!

Giving a Bleep
When:
Friday and Saturday, November 13-14 at 7:30 PM
Where: Prospector Theater
‘Giving a Bleep' is an original comedy compiled of a volunteer cast, and pokes fun at all things Park City.  The light-hearted, tongue-in-cheek humor will have you in stitches as it playfully mocks local personalities and businesses, news stories, and the resorts within the Park City community - similar to ‘Park City Follies' at the Egyptian Theatre, if you've ever been!  ‘Giving a Bleep' is a fundraiser and proceeds from ticket sales are donated to local non-profits (of your choice).  The doors and bar open at 6:30 PM -- see you there!

KPCW Main Street Music Crawl
When: Saturday, November 14 from 7:00 PM until last call
Where: Historic Main Street           
It's always fun to celebrate Park City's music scene, especially with local music at local venues alongside the local radio station.  Join KPCW on Historic Main Street Saturday night at 7:00 PM for live music and a great time! Presented by No Name Saloon and Grill and Red Ledges, the event (a street party of sorts) will include ten local bands at five local venues, starting with check-in and appetizers at O.P. Rockwell, 7:00-9:00 PM.  From 9:00 PM on, stay at O.P. Rockwell or head to Cisero's, The Spur Bar & Grill, and Flanagan's on Main for more music and more fun.  The event registration fee helps support KPCW, Park City's community radio station, and includes complimentary drink tickets and event swag.  For more information, check out KPCW's website.
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Habitat's Overall Ball Gala
When:
Saturday, November 14 at 5:30 PM
Where: Canyons Grand Summit Ballroom
Dress to impress in your favorite pair of overalls for Habitat for Humanity's Overall Ball.  Join friends and community members and show your support for Habitat for Humanity of Summit and Wasatch Counties. Tickets, which can be purchased individually or by table, include appetizers, dinner, libations, live music, and an auction. For more information, visit Habitat's website.

IBSF Bobsled and Skeleton Para World Cup
When:
Monday- Sunday, November 16-22
Where: Utah Olympic Park
Watch as Para Bobsled and Skeleton athletes zoom down the tracks at Utah Olympic Park.  Park City is one of just a few cities hosting the IBSF Para World Cup races, a series of races that will help determine athletes' rankings as they aim to be recognized by the IPC for inclusion in the 2022 Winter Paralympic Games.  Admission is free for spectators - you don't want to miss this impressive athletic event!
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For a complete list of events and activities happening this week in Park City, including contemporary dance shows and film screenings, check out the Visit Park City website.