About a month ago, we published a post on “Park City’s Other Season.” We talked about foliage, deals, serenity and events. As I sit at my desk watching the snowfall there is no denying it; the other season is here!
The last few weeks, we’ve been blessed with amazing fall foliage. The change of the aspens has been unbelievable. I spent a few hours at Shoe Tree Park yesterday taking in all of fall’s beauty. Park City is truly glorious. I dare you to go to Instagram and search #ParkCity. It’s spectacular.
The other significant fall happening in Park City is the deals. The Historic Park City Alliance & The Park City Restaurant Association have put together a few promotions you won’t want to miss.
- A Peek of Historic Park City – Dozens of Park City businesses are offering off-season deals and special events, plus FREE parking on Main Street every Saturday from September 28 through October 26. We’ve also booked some additional entertainment Saturday, October 5, 12 & 26. Be on the lookout for jugglers, magicians and balloon artists strolling the street. For a list of participating merchants & offers click here.
- Dine About - EAT MORE, PAY LESS Join participating Park City restaurants and ‘Dine About’ from October 3 – 13. Participating restaurants will feature three-course dinners for either $15 or $30 per person. This is your chance to enjoy the variety of culinary options Park City has to offer. For a full list of participating restaurants click here.
Monday, October 7 the Mega-Genius Supply Store & IQ HQ will be reopening. The Mega-Genius Supply Store and IQ HQ is a literacy center offering free, one-on-one, after school tutoring to children in grades one through 12. Students are welcome to drop in for "synapse-firing" sessions after school, Monday through Thursday (and by appointment on Friday afternoons) until 5:45pm. Founded and run by Park City Performing Arts Foundation, Mega-Genius will reopen for its fourth school year of helping children and volunteers engage in meaningful, tutoring moments.
We are busy finalizing the details for the annual Trick-or-Treating and Howl-o-Ween Paw-ty.
It may be called the off-season, but it feels pretty on!