May 2018

Found 16 blog entries for May 2018.

Every year the Park Record lets locals, guests, and anyone that loves Park City vote for all their favorite things in Park City!   They then come out with a Best of Park City guide after the voting has been completed.  Well, today is the last day to get your votes in!  Let everyone know your favorite restaurant, bike shop, ski resort, live music venue, and even your favorite officer of the law!  

Just click the link below and get to voting your favorites need you! 

http://parkrecord.secondstreetapp.com/Park-Citys-Best/

Park City's Best

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The Grand Valley Bank Community Concert Series has announced their line-up for the free Wednesday night concerts at Deer Valley's Snow Park Amphitheatre.  Concerts begin Wednesday June 20 and continue until August 22nd.  It is one of the great things about summer in Park City!  Grab a blanket or low lying chair, your picnic basket, and enjoy a free night of music at beautiful Deer Valley.  Here is the line-up this summer:

Triggers & Slips

June 20, 2018

Sammy Brue

June 27, 2018

Take 5

July 11, 2018

Smiling Souls

July 18, 2018

Troubadour 77

July 25, 2018

Aiko

August 1, 2018

Breakfast Klub

August 8, 2018

Yolanda

August 15, 2018

Live PC Give PC Community Jam Session

August 22, 2018

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Dumpster Days - Save yourself a trip to the landfill and take advantage of Dumpster Days 9am-4pm Thursday through Saturday. Two large bins will be placed on Woodbine Way for garbage and yard waste. Residential waste only! Recycle Utah requests that patrons only use the dumpsters during designated drop-off hours. Volunteers will be available to assist you. 

Last Friday Gallery Stroll - Join the art crowd Friday night from 6pm-9pm, as over twenty galleries host the "Last Friday" Gallery stroll. Every month many galleries will hold artist receptions, demonstrations and more. Visit www.parkcitygalleryassociation.com for additional info and links to all the participating galleries. Most galleries are located within walking distance on Main Street or hop on

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Park City's Savor The Summit is the largest outdoor dinner party put on right in the middle of Main Street!  A variety of restaurants will be serving their specialties to over 2,500 participants, al fresco, as the sun sets behind Main Street. Park City’s biggest outdoor dinner party offering diners a unique celebration of fabulous food, drink and live music while seated in the middle of Main Street. Park City best restaurants will showcase their culinary talents in an open-air community celebration. It’s a summer solstice party of wine, dining and music set in a unique setting.  

You don't need a ticket but you do need a reservation with one of the many participating restaurants, and make a reservation now because they sell out quickly.  The event

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The snow is nearly gone and the mountains are abound in green, which means it is time to get hiking!  Deer Valley Resort has some of the best hiking trails in Park City and with many options for novices to experts.  They also have 3 lifts running in the summer (starting mid-June) so you can choose to hike up then ride the lift down or vice versa.  

It is all detailed in this great article all about hiking at Deer Valley Resort:  Guide to Deer Valley Resort Hiking

Happy Hiking everyone! 

hiking deer valley

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Utah's newest State Park opened last Saturday, and it is only 25 minutes from Park City!  Echo State Park was formerly a privately run reservoir, the 1,400-acre lake is a popular destination for anglers, campers and others. Mountain bikers, hikers and horseback riders also can make use of the 28-mile Union Pacific Rail Trail from the reservoir to Park City.

The Utah Department of Natural Resources' initial budget to kickstart construction on cabins, docks and other amenities was $2 million, but park managers have not released the total price tag of the redevelopment happening in stages.  Gates open at 7 a.m. Admittance is $12 per vehicle, $6 for senior day use and $4 for walk-in and bike access. The park also accepts and sells the Utah State Parks

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The Electric Bike Program in Summit County began last summer and much was learned in that time.  Now that the program is in it's second year some needed changes and upgrades have been made to the program.  42 additional bikes were added to the fleet this year due to the high demand and the $5 fee to purchase a one-time pass has been eliminated.    But  a stricter system will also be in place to reduce users from riding the bikes outside of the authorized zones.  

Summit County is hoping to add more station kiosks later this summer. The stations will likely be located at the Snyderville Basin Recreation Fieldhouse, in the Silver Springs and Trailside neighborhoods, City Park in Park City, and, eventually, at the Jeremy Ranch park-and-ride lot and

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Fourth at Canyons Village

As summer quickly approaches, here are some of the upcoming events happening at Canyons Village, Park City Mountain.

2018 Summer Event Highlights:

  1. Kick off the summer event season with the July 3rd Celebration & Fireworks. This ever-popular event will include a free concert, family/kids’ activities, and a grand fireworks display at dusk.  
  2. Canyons Village Concert Series has expanded to now include free Thursday concerts, featuring local and regional acts. 
  3. Starting on July 7th, the annual Saturday concerts will continue with free performances, featuring acts from across the country. Family-friendly activities such as face painting and lawn games will be part of these concert evenings as well.
  4. On August 10th and 11th, Canyons Village
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