The Park City Miners Football team is headed to the State 4A title game on Friday at the Rice-Eccles Stadium! They defeated Pine View in the state playoff semifinals last Thursday to maintain their undefeated record for the season. The Miners will be playing Sky View High School in the final at 11am on Friday. Park City High School is releasing its students early on that day so they can attend the game.
Curious about the current real estate market stats for Park City and the surrounding areas? Look no further than the Wasatch Back Third Quarter Market Overview ! See what prices and inventory are doing in your area and then contact us for more detailed information as each neighborhood is different.
Live PC Give PC's annual day of fundraising is tomorrow Friday November 8th! Anyone living in or around Park City will get a chance to give to their favorite local nonprofits, on a day where the whole community comes together to support one another. Anyone can donate to one or mulitple nonprofits online by going to: https://www.livepcgivepc.org/giving-events/pc19
The foundation's goal for this year's event is to get 5,000 donors. Last year they registered 4,790 donors and pulled in 2.4 Million. The Live PC Give PC headquarters will be at High West Distillery, and starting at 8pm the foundation will host its traditional Live PC Give PC celebration that is open to anyone 21 and over and will track the number of donors and amount of donations.
The Budweiser Clydesdale horses are scheduled to appear on Main Street on Saturday from noon to 2pm, as part of an event marking the loosening of beer regulations in Utah! The key change involves grocery and convenience stores moving to beers of up to 5% alcohol by volume, a stronger category than what had been available for decades. Drinking establishments will also be allowed to have beer of up to 5% ABV on draft.
They will be stopping at No Name Saloon and at the bottom of Main at Collies. Interesting tidbit from the Budweiser Site about the origins of the Clydesdales:
The Budweiser Clydesdales made their first-ever appearance on April 7, 1933. A gift from August A. Busch, Jr. and Adolphus Busch to their father in celebration of the repeal of
It is almost Halloween and that means it time to get your costume ready and head to Main Street in Park City! Below is the schedule of fun events for the whole family! It is not to be missed!
Schedule of Events
3:00-5:00 p.m. Trick-or-Treating: Little ghosts and goblins are invited to Main Street for fun and safe Trick-or-Treating, compliments of participating merchants!
5:00 p.m. Dog Parade on Lower Main Street: Leashed, costumed dogs and their owners will meet below the Lower Main Street Pedestrian bridge at 4:45 p.m. The parade will begin at 5:00 p.m. and will march to Heber Avenue.
Getting to Main Street & Parking
Main Street will be closed to vehicular traffic beginning at 2 p.m.
THE SNOW PARK RESIDENCES AT THE ST. REGIS DEER VALLEY are currently under construction adjacent to the St. Regis Lower Resort building and Snow Park Lodge in Deer Valley. This is the first luxury residential development in Deer Valley’s Snow Park neighborhood in 17 years and it is an integral part of the exclusive and iconic St. Regis Deer Valley. The nine elegant new Residences will offer two and three-bedroom floor plans and one four-bedroom penthouse, ranging from approximately 2,150 to 4,400 square feet in size.
All amenities of the St. Regis Deer Valley are available to owners of Snow Park Residences, and the new residences will include a full Deer Crest Club Membership, attached covered parking spaces, private members’ lounge along with a
The Park City Dine About happens every October and is a great time to try out Park City restaurants to eat more and pay less! The event goes through October 20, so you still have some time to take advantage of this great deal!
This two-week dining event features savory two-course lunches and three-course dinners at more than 30 area dining establishments. The best part – patrons enjoy these delectable dishes for an incredible value – just $10 or $15 per person for each lunch, and $20 or $40 per person for each dinner.
Here are just some of the restaurants participating: Billy Blanco's, Cafe Terigo, Chimayo, Courchevel Bistro, Fletcher's, Handle, Riverhorse on Main, Silver Star Cafe, and many more! See full list
The 2020 Sundance Film Festival is scheduled to run from Jan. 23 through Feb. 2.
Before filmmakers and industry insiders, “people in black” and celebrities converge on Park City, Salt Lake City and Sundance Resort, Utah residents get the opportunity to buy their film festival ticket package and passes on Tuesday, Oct. 15, two days before the general public.
Utah residents will have three options:
• The $500 Locals SLC Pass. Passholders will have access to all Sundance screenings in Salt Lake City, with priority entrance, and an official festival credential.
• The $300 Locals 10 Ticket Package. Those who purchase this package will get 10 tickets to the films and venues of their choice, along with two official festival credentials.