If it seems like there is always something happening in Historic Park City it is because there is always something happening in Historic Park City. With that in mind, we put together a little round up on what not to miss the last month of the ski season.
Ski down for lunch.
The Town Lift sets Park City apart from other ski destinations. Take advantage of the accessibility to Park City’s famed Main Street and ski down for a tasty lunch. From the Park City Mountain base area take PayDay lift and run to access the Town Lift runs. (Little Secret: These runs also happen to be great runs on a powder day, as they don’t see as much ski traffic as the rest of the mountain.)
Where to Eat
Take in some art!
Historic Park City is home to more than 20 galleries. Stroll the street for the monthly Gallery Association First Friday Gallery Stroll or seek out the gallery that piques your interest. Galleries regularly host artist receptions and openings where you can meet select artists in person and learn more about their work.
A presentation of Salvador Dali: The Argillet Collection at Old Towne Gallery Friday, March 10 – Friday, March 17.
Main Street’s newest gallery, Main Street Gallery at 825 Main Street
Let’s Get this Party Started.
Park City’s geographic location is beneficial for more than just mountains and snowfall. Situated between Denver and San Francisco we are an obvious stopping point for nationally touring performances.
March 14 & 15 the String Cheese Incident take the sold out stage at PC Live. If you don’t have tickets to SCI you can still take in the pre-show at O.P. Rockwell with the Kitchen Dwellers starting at 5:00 p.m. If you do have tickets to SCI head to O.P. Rockwell before the show grab a craft cocktail or two and start your jam early.
The Egyptian Theatre is programmed every weekend of the year, which is astonishing for a town of our size. We’re currently looking forward to the Tony Award-winning and best-loved musical Annie taking the stage March 23 – April 2.
The days are getting longer and the temperatures warmer meaning your favorite boutique is likely to be getting new inventory daily over the next few weeks. On a recent stroll, I found Mary Jane’s to already have quite the collection of spring fashion. I’ll be checking my go to spots often to add a few new pieces to my spring and summer wardrobe. (Not so secret: The change in season often means unbeatable sales on prior season leftovers. Shop often for variety and deals.)
The 2nd annual Thin Air Innovation Festival headlines Park City April 5 – 7. The focus of the festival is corporate development and innovation in an inspiring environment, but we’d be lying if we didn’t tell you what we were most looking forward to…the closing concert scheduled for April 7 on Lower Main Street. The headlining act has yet to be named, but we’re sure it will be one you’ll certainly want to attend.
We’ve barely scratched the surface of what’s coming up on Historic Main Street over the next few weeks. One thing is for sure, whether you are looking to kill a few hours and a few days you’ll find plenty of activities in Historic Park City.