Park City’s annual final summer fling is coming up Monday, Sept. 5 with the 119th Miners’ Day celebration. This honored Park City tradition is a key part of the community’s culture. Want to lend a hand? Volunteers are needed throughout the daylong festival beginning with the Miners’ Day 5k at 8:00 a.m., Running of the Balls, parade, kids games and afternoon in the park.
The event is organized annually by the Park City Rotary Club, with proceeds benefiting the community’s many non-profits. Club members and community volunteers work hand in hand to make Miners’ Day a success.
If you can volunteer for a part of the day, or even for an hour, simply click on the following link. Volunteers are especially needed for the 8:00 a.m. Miners’ Day 5k, which is over by 9:00 a.m. It’s a great way to start the day in City Park.
Thanks for your support in helping make Miners’ Day a success for the Park City community.