Park City and Deer Valley got its first few inches of snow this week, so the mountains are white and winter has officially started! Reminder to all that Oct. 31st is the deadline at Deer Valley Resort and Park City Mountain Resort to score reduced prices on season ski passes and coupon books, so buy them before the price goes up! There is a lot of things going on this Halloween weekend, so if you are looking for somewhere to show off your costume, come to Park City!
Friday Oct. 29th:
Thriller Snow Dance - Park City Mountain Resort hosts the 2nd annual Thriller Snow Dance at the Town Lift Plaza. Show up for practice from 3pm to 5pm and the official dance will take place from 5pm to 6pm. Come in your costume and have your face painted on the plaza on lower Main Street.
Annual Dungeon Party - Park City Museum is hosting it's Annual Dungeon Party from 5 to 7:30pm at the Elks Club. This is a party for Museum members only, so you can either renew your membership at the Party or call 435-649-7457 to get a membership or renew. Come dressed in costume and enjoy hors d'oeurves and drinks along with a silent auction and "ghost tour" at the Park City Museum.
Park City Film Series - This weekend the Park City Film Series presents "Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work," a documentary that follows Joan for a year of her life. Screenings will take place at 8pm on Friday and Saturday and 6pm on Sunday at the Park City Library and Education Center. Visit: www.parkcityfilmseries.com for more info.
Saturday Oct. 30th -
Kid Friendly Halloween Events:
Halloweekend Carnival - Park City Recreation invites kids 12 and under to this free event at the Miners Hospital from 2 to 4pm. They will have games, crafts, treats, and prizes. Visit www.parkcityrecreation.org for more information.
Trick or Treat with Tangeroo - Kids 12 and under are invited to trick-or-treat at the Tanger Outlet Center in Kimball Junction from 3 to 6pm. Costume contest at 3pm for kids 3-12 years old on the plaza.
Adult Halloween Events:
Halloween Spooktacular - Canyons hosts the Halloween Spooktacular at The Grand Summit Hotel from 8pm to midnight. Tickets are $50 for couples 21 and over or $29 for singles. Each adult ticket includes two drinks and free childcare at the Kids Zone Party.
The Spookadelic Ball - After a 5 year hiatus the Spookadelic Ball is back! Mountain Town Music and Summerween are putting on the show at Star Bar on Main Street. Doors open at 8:30pm and will feature music from Fat Paw, Holy Water, Buffalo, and Trezz Hombrezz. Their will be cash prizes for best costumes. Tickets are $10 at the door. Go to www.mountaintownmusic.org.
Warren Miller's "Wintervention" - The Eccles Center hosts a screening of the new Warren Miller film "Wintervention" at 8pm. Tickets are available at Cole Sport and Eccles Center Box Office, or website www.ecclescenter.org.
Sunday Oct. 31st:
Howl-O-Ween on Main Street - Trick-or-Treating will commence on Main Street from 3 to 5:30pm. Bring your kids and visit the over 100 participating merchants. Main Street will be closed to traffic, so kids will be free to roam around safely. Then at 5pm the dog parade for costumed critters will start on Heber Avenue and continue up to Wasatch Brew Pub. Don't miss out on this fun event for all!
Halloween Pumpkin Art Competition- The Kimball Art Center and Park City Professional Artists Association host a Halloween Pumpkin Art Competition at the Kimball. Drop off your artful pumpkin for display from 3 to 6pm while you trick-or-treat on Main Street. The winner will be announced at 6pm.
Well, we hope you have a howling time this Halloween and take advantage of all the activities Park City has going on this weekend!