Historic Park City lights up Main Street with annual holiday celebrations.
The Historic Park City Alliance (HPCA), representing more than 200 local businesses, welcomes locals and guests to celebrate the festive holiday season on Main Street. Whether humming a tune to the melodic Snow Globe Stroll, taking in the bright lights of the Electric Light Parade and Grand Menorah Lighting, or greeting Santa on his way through town, shoppers will find everything they’re looking for in Historic Park City. Festivities begin with a holiday music-themed Snow Globe Stroll on Monday, Nov. 21.
“Despite the chill in the air, our historic district’s business community brings a warm, welcoming energy to Main Street this holiday season,” explains Ginger Wicks, Executive Director of the Historic Park City Alliance. “Enjoying the Snow Globe Stroll, Electric Light Parade, Grand Menorah Lighting, and Santa’s visit with family and friends, as well as choosing Historic Park City businesses for your holiday shopping, will be sure to make your season merry and bright.”
Holiday festivities scheduled on Park City’s Historic Main Street include:
Snow Globe Stroll
Nov. 21 – Jan. 8
Returning for the third year in a row, the Snow Globe Stroll will feature seven life-size snow globes, each themed around different holiday songs including “Last Christmas,” “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree,” “Frosty the Snowman,” “Winter Wonderland,” “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” “Let It Snow!,” and “Happy Holiday.” Passersby can enjoy festive Historic Park City holiday decorations including Santa’s mailbox and Main Street Christmas tree.
Small Business Saturday
Saturday, Nov. 26
Spread the love and shop small this holiday season with any of Historic Park City’s merchants to support a wide variety of local businesses. At the center of Historic Park City is Main Street--home to over 200 unique businesses and the trailhead to your mountain town adventure. Visitors can shop among over 100 independent boutiques and dine at 50 one-of-a-kind restaurants. In today’s Park City the riches lie above ground and the prospects are looking good this holiday season.
Electric Light Parade
Saturday, Dec. 3 | 6 – 6:30 p.m.
This festive tradition celebrates the holiday season with brightly lit floats traveling down Main Street. Participants have the chance to win cash prizes awarded by a panel of local judges and can register their floats at historicparkcityutah.com.
Santa Comes Down the Town Lift
Saturday, Dec. 17 | 5:00pm
Santa will be doing a trial run the week before the Christmas holiday and will make an appearance coming down Park City’s Town Lift.