Our community has so much to offer as far as unique activities and to help residents and visitors engage, the Uintah County Passport to Summer program was created. This summer had 97 adventures that earned participants a stamp of accomplishment. For 2019, there were also nine custom dinosaur coins that could be earned. “It’s been a fun year and we have had great attendance,” shares Uintah County Tourism Executive Director Lesha Coltharp. “It was fun to change things up with the coins this year. We hope people have liked it.” Participants certainly have and will be showing up tonight for the end of summer pool party at the Rec Center. To be admitted, you must bring your passport with at least five stamps earned. Children that are 4 and under have to have someone swimming with them (a parent or someone over 12). For children 5 to 8 years old a parent needs to be in the swim area. Come out
Wednesday, August 7th at 6pm
at the Uintah Recreation Center south patio.