August 2017

Found 6 blog entries for August 2017.

KPCW back alley bash event flyer

On Friday August 18th, KPCW will kick off their annual pledge drive with a Bang!! KPCW and Cole Sports are throwing a Back Alley Bash. And from the looks of the sponsor list, this is one bash you can't afford to miss. Sponsors will include Cole Sports, Budweiser, Kumbayah Kitchens, The Bridge Cafe, Town Lift Plaza, Davanza's, High West Distilleries, and Butcher's Chop House. The Back Alley Bash starts at 5pm at the Town Lift Plaza and is FREE. There will be face painters, ballon artists, kids activities, and of course live music!!! Which as you know is a must when throwing any bash in Park City. Also there will be food and drinks available for purchase, all proceeds will be going to KPCW supporting local radio.

This year KPCW is doing an

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The MARC in Park Meadows

The PC MARC (Park City Municipal Athletic & Recreation Center) is well known and very popular among Park City locals and seasonal visitors. The newly updated MARC building is found on Little Kate road in the neighborhood of Park Meadows. The spacious building and grounds feature 11 tennis courts, 4 pickle ball courts, a basketball gym, a bouldering wall where you can transverse nearly 50 linear feet and upwards of 12 feet. There is also an indoor track, which is great for those winter months we are so famous for here in Park City. Also inside are 3 group fitness studios where you can take any of the many offered classes such as Bare, Yoga, and several different cross training programs. The MARC also has a great free weight area and plenty of cardio

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park city's new electric bike share program

Nations first all e-bike share program

Park City now has the bragging rights to the nations first all e-bike share program.  Summit County Councilman Roger Armstrong took his first e-bike ( pedal assisted electric motor) ride last summer and felt that this may be one of solutions needed to get people out of cars and trying alternative means of transportation,” he relates. This summer, thanks in part to a $500,000 grant landed by Summit County staff and the Utah Transit Authority, Armstrong’s alternative transit vision becomes reality with the launch of Utah’s first e-bike share in Park City.  There will be approximately 88 Bewegen e-bikes distributed between nine stations: four at Kimball Junction, one at Canyons Transit Center, and four within

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bonanza area of Park City

On July 13 and 20, the Park City Council passed the approval of a purchase agreement for a 5.25-acre parcel in the City’s Bonanza Park neighborhood for $19.5 million to form the City’s first-ever Arts & Culture District, with Sundance Institute and the Kimball Art Center as anchor partners. Park City plans to impose a one-percent transient room (lodging) tax to pay for the initial land purchase and development of the site. Sundance Institute and the Kimball Art Center have signed letters of intent to purchase land in the new district from the City and will participate in a joint planning process with the City, with the goal of building venues as part of the district. “This district will enhance our town and community over the long term, and

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kimball arts festival in park city utah

It's that time of year again where Kimball Art Center (KAC) is encouraging art lovers around the world to save the date for the 48th annual Park City Kimball Arts Festival on August 4 - 6, 2017 on Historic Main Street. In addition to viewing some of the most innovative work across numerous visual mediums, guests are encouraged to explore Park City, a picturesque outdoor destination and creative hub nestled in the gorgeous Wasatch Mountains.

This highly anticipated annual event draws 50,000 guests, 230 jury-selected artists, 30 live musical acts and brings in $20 Million in economic impact annually. New to this year’s festival are more sustainable elements, such as a bike valet to encourage alternate transportation options, and a new and

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home in blackhawk station in park city utah

This immaculately maintained home has been nicely and creatively upgraded. This home features 2 main levels right off the garage and bedrooms and a additional loft upstairs. The loft could easily be converted into a bedroom with a closet. Yard is secluded and peacefully fenced with lush landscaping and a nice flagstone area for your dinning table and chairs. And don't forget about the spacious garage, which has plenty of room for your toy's. There is also a secret side area perfect for your trash and recycling cans,etc. The master bedroom offers nice rolling views to the rear, and the loft and 2nd bedroom enjoy the Winter Sports Park and mountain ridge views.

Blackhawk Station is a wonderful community adjacent to the 1200 acre Swaner Nature

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