As hoped, the Passport to Summer program was a huge success. The Passport to Summer program is this year’s version of Dinoland Unplugged. Rather than gather ‘brag tags’, kids received stamps in their Passport as they completed different activities aimed at getting them outdoors and active while on summer break. “Everyone seemed to really love the stamps this year,” shares program coordinator Lesha Colthorp of Uintah County Travel and Tourism. “...Over a thousand kids have been playing the passport program for a little over two months.” The final Passport to Summer party will be held on Thursday, August 11th, at the park in front of the Uintah County Library. Tickets for thousands of dollars of prizes will be given for every 10 stamps a youth has earned. There will be 2 grand prizes given away for Passports that have gathered all 76 possible stamps from local businesses. Families are invited to come enjoy bouncy houses, treats and games. The drawing for prizes begins at 7:00pm.