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Park City Events

By Ramon Gomez, Jr.
Apr 25, 2018

This week we are sharing information on the upcoming first annual Wasatch Back Economic Summit, Utah's top Spas, an epic Utah road trip and Park City's Escape Room. The Wasatch Back Economic Summit will be a great opportunity to learn about the key issues facing Summit and Wasatch counties.  The Summit will feature informational presentations, breakout sessions, updates from industry leaders and great networking opportunities with other Wasatch Back businesses and officials.

Keynote Speakers:

  • Derek Miller, President & CEO, World Trade Center
  • Natalie Gochnour, Director, Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute, University of Utah
Breakout sessions include:
  • Connecting the Wasatch Back - a Transportation Discussion
  • Employment in the Wasatch Back
  • Affordable Workforce Housing
  • Wasatch Back Entrepreneurship
  • Real Estate in the Wasatch Back
  • Non-Hospitality Businesses Thriving
  • The Second Home Market
  • State Resources for Businesses
  • Center for Advanced Professional Studies: Creating a New Generation of Entrepreneurs
Registration: $50 per person in advance, $65 at the door. Seating is limited. Breakfast, lunch and refreshments will be served. Click HERE for more information and to register for the event.

Looking for something fun to do this week in Park City? Check out the Escape Room Park City featuring escape rooms that are original, independently created and one-of-a-kind experiences for the whole family. The Escape Room Park City features The Mine Trap, a 60-minute escape based on Park City’s silver mining history, to give visitors and locals a matchless escape room experience. Through clever puzzles, ingenious clues, and engaging stories, players are challenged to figure out how to play, think, and solve their way out of the game - other rooms include The Travel Room, The Parlor, and a Seasonal room.

Do you have a weekend available - This year marks the 100th anniversary of the National Parks Service so if there’s ever a time road trip it up in Utah, now is it! Home to five national parks, 43 state parks, seven national monuments, two national recreation areas and “The Greatest Snow on Earth®,” Utah is a must-see for any bucketlist-obsessed traveler. Read this great article by Bohemian Trails to see what makes a great road trip in Utah.

Maybe all you need is a spa weekend and well the state of Utah has some amazing choices. Trip Savvy has posted a delightful article called the Best Spas in Utah which lists the best spas in Utah including two destination spas as well as luxury hotels and resort spas.

Have a great week!

Market Review & Park City News

By Ramon Gomez, Jr.
Feb 07, 2018

If you haven't read it yet the 2017 Year End Wasatch Back Market Overview is here for your review. This week we wanted to share some local updates and February events in and around Park City.

PARK MEADOWS COUNTRY CLUB BEGINS A NEW ERA - A year-long renovation brings an expanded dining room and bar with the best views in Park City! Members enjoy private dining with their own 21-&-over bar, and look forward to a thriving deck scene come spring. Executive Chef Alex Woodside has created menus to suit many tastes and dining preferences. Members especially love the convenience of dining with easy access during the busy ski and Sundance Film Festival seasons.

In addition to the dining room and bar and the walkable Jack Nicklaus Signature 18-hole golf course, members have access to a retail golf shop with low member pricing; year-round golf simulator for practice, lessons, leagues, and events; luxury locker rooms with lounge space, steam rooms, and modern finishes; 2,000 sq. ft. fitness center with brand-new cardio equipment and 600 sq. ft. movement studio with heated floor, and more. Phase Two of the renovation project includes a new, larger swimming pool, F&B service building, bocce ball and pickleball courts, all coming summer 2018. Click here for more information on the Park Meadows Country Club.

RootsRated recently posted HOW TO PLAN AND EXECUTE A WEEKEND SKI TRIP TO PARK CITY (AND WHY IT'S TOTALLY WORTH IT) Which means you can’t help but monitor the snow reports in resort towns, and within just 72 hours, you can have an incredible ski weekend in Park City, Utah. This article is great to share with friends, family and out of towners as it goes over logistics for travel, gearing up, getting out on the hill, things to do around town and getting back to your own home. Click Here for the whole article.

USA - Trips To Discover recently posted America’s 9 Most Beautiful Mountain Towns to Visit and Park City, Utah makes the list. The historic mining town of Park City is also best known for its legendary skiing, with most frequently visited during the winter months, but in other seasons, visitors can enjoy all sorts of activities on the water, like fishing for trout in blue ribbon streams, boating and more, as well as active land pursuits like mountain biking and hiking amid the impressive scenery. The town itself offers a whole lot too, and is lined with 19th-century buildings from its silver mining boom days. A number of popular events are hosted here, like January’s Sundance Film Festival and the July Food & Wine Classic, so you may want to plan your trip around one of them.

February Events

2/7: "The Lewis & Clark Expedition" Presentation, Park City

2/7 - 2/11: Howard Jones, Park City

2/9 - 2/10: All Star Monster Truck Tour, West Valley City

2/9 - 2/25: Cinderella, Salt Lake City

2/15 - 2/18: Chubby Checker and the Wildcats, Park City

2/17: Deadmau5, Park City

2/17: Utah Chinese New Year Celebration Performances, Salt Lake City

2/22 - 2/24: An Evening with Paula Cole, Park City

2/23: Wasatch Powder Keg Sprint Race, Salt Lake City

2/23 - 2/24: 2018 Wasatch Golf Expo, Sandy

2/27 - 3/4: The Sound of Music, Salt Lake City

 
 
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