Olympic Celebrations in Historic Park City

Saturday February 12th, 2022

Cheer for Team USA in Historic Park City

  • February 4-5: In partnership with US Ski and Snowboard, fans can toast with High West’s latest Bourye® from a satellite bar on the saloon patio with a DJ while cheering on Team USA.

  • February 4-20: Team USA Store – The Team USA Store, located at Kimball Terrace on Main Street, will be open daily to the public February 4th– 20st from 10am – 8pm Sunday through Thursday and 10am – 10pm Friday and Saturday*. The store will sell Team USA apparel from Nike and Ralph Lauren plus an exclusive line of Salt Lake City Anniversary products among other items. *Times are subject to change

  • February 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 19 & 20 / March 12 & 13:The Winter Sports Festival presented by Toyota will take place in City Park and provide “learn to” programming for all abilities in Figure Skating, Hockey, Sled Hockey and Speedskating. Curling will be made available as street Curling for the public to enjoy. The Winter Sports Festival will also feature a warming hut with free hot beverages, light snacks, and surprise athlete appearances like Nancy Kerrigan, Kikkan Randall, Gracie Gold, Andy Yohe and more! All equipment and rentals to participate will be free and provided on-site. “Learn to” clinics will begin Feb 11th (free skate Feb 5 & 6) and registration will open on Feb 2nd.

  • February 12: 20th Anniversary Celebration of the 2002 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games in Downtown Park City, Bob Wells Plaza. 2:00-5:00 PM. Video board airing the Games and 2002 highlights, food and drinks (TBD), local merchants, USOPC/UOLF aligned partner activation, pin trading, athletes, winter Olympic demos/experiences, National Ability Center demos, climbing wall, caricature drawings, DJ/music, and KPCW.

  • February 8, 9, 11, 13, 15: Video board at Miner's Park. Enjoy programming highlights from the 2022 Games at Miner's Park featuring over a dozen Park City locals competing. 
Susan Swartz Gallery
  • Alpine Pie Bar
    Celebrate Olympic athletes with locally made, Gold-medal awarded spirits.
  • Handle
    Toast our athletes with an Olympic-inspired cocktail at Handle ($14). The Torchlight features Plantation 3 Stars Rum, Brennivín, honey syrup, lemon juice, jasmine tea, Peychaud’s bitters, and a mint garnish.    

In Susan’s earlier career highlights, she was chosen for the 2002 SL Olympics as the Environmental Artist which was a brand new category created back in that timeframe that started with the Salt Lake Games. We are going to celebrate the anniversary by installing the paintings Susan was commissioned to create for the 2002 Games Saturday at her gallery.