Park City Miners Day

On Monday, September 7th, the Park City Rotary Club will host a day-long celebration of Park City’s mining heritage when we celebrate Miner’s Day.

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 in our annual Park City Miner’s Day Celebration.  The Annual Labor Day gathering celebrates Park City’s Mining Heritage and raises money for Summit County non-profit organizations.  We invite everyone to come to Park City and help celebrate our rich mining heritage with our Miner’s Day Celebration & Parade.

Wondering how to make the most of Miner’s Day in Park City?

  •  Start the day off with breakfast in the Park. Saint Mary’s Catholic Church offers a delicious breakfast in City Park from 7:30 until 9:30.  For only $5 per person you can get pancakes, eggs, ham, hash browns, fruit, coffee, OJ and milk.  Children four and under are free. All proceeds go to the church’s Religious Education program.  
  • Feeling fast?  Get funky and wear your best costume while racing a fast Funky 5K run then run right up to Main Street for the Running of the Balls followed immediately at 11:00 am with the Miner’s Day Parade.
  • Miners Day Parade - Making FUN in Park City is the theme of the annual Miners’ Day parade down historic Main Street, attracting marching bands and community floats as Park City celebrates its mining heritage.
  • Running of the Balls -What fun it is to be a part of the crowd on Park City's historic Main Street each Miners' Day for the Running of the Balls 
  • City Park Family Fun & Food - After the Parade, head down to City Park for kids games, BBQ lunch, live music and our famous Mucking and Drilling.
  • Mucking and Drilling - Grit, muscle, sweat. Park City’s mining heritage is on display at the Mucking and Drilling competition beginning at 2:00 p.m.