There may be a chill in the air, but Park City is still the place to be during shoulder season. Many events and activities are going on, both inside and out, so put these on your to-do list for fall.
Park Silly Sunday Market
This will be the last Sunday to enjoy this event! This market is hosted on Main Street and filled with local vendors showcasing their arts, crafts, gourmet foods and antiques, as well as farmers located by the Post Office with locally grown fruits and vegetables.
Historic Main Street
September 23, 10:00am- 5:00pm
Local Artist, Patricia Smith, will have her work on display at the Park City Library. Smith is best known for her Olympic banners that are displayed on Main Street. Smith paints in both watercolor and oil, creating detailed landscapes of places she has lived.
Exhibit runs now thru November 27 and is free to the public.
Park City Library
1255 Park Ave
6th Annual Dine About
Twenty-four area restaurants will offer seasonal two-course lunches and three-course dinners for a remarkable discount during the two-week event. Prices range from $10-$15 a person for lunch and between $20-$40 a person for dinner.
Participating restaurants include, Café Terigo, Café Trio Park City, Chimayo, Deer Valley Grocery Café, Element Kitchen & Bakery, Firewood on Main, Flanagan’s on Main, Fletcher’s, Grappa, Handle, Purple Sage, Red Rock Junction, Red Tail Grill, Riverhorse on Main, Riverhorse Provisions, Shabu, Silver Star Café, Squatters, Sushi Blue, The Brass Tag, Tupelo, Twisted Fern, Versante, and Wasatch Brew Pub.
Wednesday Farmers Market
Now hosted at the Park City Mountain Village, the Park City Farmers Market has a plethora of fresh fruits and veggies, along with locally made products, from jam to jewelry for you to gather up.
Silver King Parking Lot
Now thru October 17
Brunch At Altitude
Hosted by Park City Magazine, this inaugural event features foods and cocktails (think Bloody Mary’s) from some favored brunch spots. Go enjoy good eats along with family-friendly activities, music and more. Proceeds go to Peace House, a domestic violence shelter.
Summit Watch Plaza
September 22, 11am-2pm
Scarecrow Festival at McPolin Farm
Grab your scarecrow building supplies and head over to the farm to create your unique scarecrow that will be displayed on the trail for all to see until October 19. Stuffing and crosses to hang your creation will be provided. While you are there, have more fun painting pumpkins, or your face, and enjoy games and cookies with all the ghouls.
September 22, 2pm-4pm
Park City Shot Ski Event
Now in its 3rd year, the longest continuous shot ski event will be held on Main Street, sponsored by High West Distillery and the Park City Sunrise Rotatory. With hopes to break the world record, currently set at 1,266 and 425 skis, participants will take a shot in unison at the sound of the air horn. More than 425 skis, with 3 people per ski, will tip the ski on back. This is something you won’t want to miss. There will be live music and games to enhance the spirit.
October 13, check in at 1:30 pm to reserve your spot.