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park city utah 4th july parade

Celebrate the 4th of July in Park City, Utah. Enjoy a full day of activities with fun for the entire family. The July 4th Parade down Main Street starts promptly at 11 am.

There is no better place to celebrate the 4th of July than Park City, Utah.

Enjoy a full day of activities with fun for the entire family. The pancake breakfast at City Park starts at 7am - a long-time tradition and a great way to start the day.

The Cole Sport 5k Fun Run starts at 8 am and benefits the athletes of Park City Ski & Snowboard. This race has a wonderful history, going back to the early 80's! Each year there are roughly 900 to 1300 runners, ranging in ages and abilities! This summer marks the 38th year for the 4th of July 5K Fun Run in our community and PCSS.

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Summit Sotheby's Collections Magazine Winter 2022

We are proud to announce our 25th Edition of Collections Magazine, Art at Elevation. In our Winter 2022 Issue, we explore the duality of art and home and their history, both within our lives and the Sotheby's International Realty brand. Join us and the principle dancers of Ballet West as we explore the homes, estates and lifestyles of Utah throughout Collections Magazine, the signature, award-winning publication from the in-house creative team at Summit Sotheby's International Realty. With national distribution, editorial content including market data, current properties on the market and a glimpse of new construction communities throughout the state, Collections Magazine is just one piece of the most comprehensive marketing strategy offered by Summit

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park city kimball arts festival

The Kimball Arts Festival is back for 2021, after being canceled due to the pandemic in 2020. The "Arts Fest" has been a long-time favorite event for Park City's summer tourism season. Parkites especially love this event, with free access on Friday evening for locals. The Festival runs from Friday evening through Sunday. Adult tickets are $10 per day, kids at $5, and five and under are free. VIP passes are also available.

In addition to Park City's numerous bars and restaurants up and down Main Street, Kimball Arts Festival partners with local restaurants and food trucks to host featured culinary artisans. Mountain Town Music will provide local and regional music guests on two outdoor stages.

We highly recommend using Park City's FREE Public

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Park City July 4th Celebration Parade

For 2021, Park City is changing up the schedule for one of our most popular holidays. Independence Day in Park City is widely regarded as one of the best times to visit. Over the years, this holiday has seen packed crowds, throughout the day, with many family-friendly activities. Park City has decided to space the holiday celebration over three days to space out the crowd levels as we emerge from the COVID pandemic. This year, the 4th of July falls on a Sunday. The famous Park City Parade will be on Friday the 2nd. For Saturday the 3rd, we'll have the Air Force Flyover and outdoor concerts at Park City's Canyons Village. Sunday will feature the Park Silly Sunday Market and a car-free Main Street.

We also want to remind the community that under the

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Heli skiing at Diamond Peaks
Photo Credit: Luke Kupersmith

Heli Yeah!

Accessing Utah’s backcountry via an aerial elevator is the ultimate lift.

The dream: heli-skiing in Alaska.

The reality: sitting around in a drafty lodge, playing games on your phone, and waiting for the conditions to improve or the storm to clear so the choppers can fly.

When you [hope to] heli-ski up north, it’s not uncommon to spend several days (sometimes your entire vacation) doing everything you can to take your mind off the fact that you’re not skiing.

So how do you fulfill the quintessential skier’s dream without taking out a second mortgage and pledging personal sacrifices to Mother Nature’s collection of heli gods? The answer is Utah’s Diamond Peaks Heli-Ski Adventures.

Located in the

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New salt lake city airport

Image courtesy of slcairport.com

Whether you’re visiting Park City for Spring Break, or planning a vacation after the resorts close, you’re cleared for takeoff at the new SLC International Airport.

Stunning architecture, museum-quality artwork, couture shopping, and five-star dining. These amenities likely conjure thoughts of London, Paris, or New York City — not commercial air travel. But believe it or not, they’re also fitting ways to describe the new Salt Lake City International Airport.

Lauded as a “cathedral to transportation,” Phase I of the country’s newest airport opened in September of 2020 after 25 years of planning and over three years of construction. Topping out at over four million square feet and a $4 billion price tag, it’s

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Old Town Park City in Summer

As expected, activity is down by significant levels. However, it is fascinating that in these six difficult weeks, we saw 164 new sales go pending, 217 closed sales, and no decline for median or average price. In just these last six weeks, buyers purchased nearly $240,000,000 of real estate in the greater Park City area.

Below is a summary review looking at real estate market trends for March 15th to April 28th – the first six weeks of living under the new Coronavirus "Stay Safe, Stay Home" directives. For the total of the Park City MLS, all areas, all property types, we see the following trends:

ACTIVE LISTINGS
2,801 last year to 2,403 this year = Down by 14%

NEW LISTINGS
525 last year to 322 this year = Down by 39%

NEW UNDER CONTRACTS
345

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Park City Desserts

Between birthdays, graduations, anniversaries, and Mother’s Day, there are many celebrations that coronavirus has made other plans for. We’ve seen virtual parties spring up everywhere for people to connect with and toast their loved ones online. Thankfully, in Park City there are still more traditional, meaningful ways to be festive and celebrate friends and family during their milestones. While non-essential businesses’ physical locations are closed, many that were offering delivery before Summit County’s Stay at Home order went into effect are still able to do so. Support these local businesses who are operating with no-contact deliveries while ensuring these celebrations in isolation more fun and memorable

Flowers By You

Continuing to offer

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young couple après-ski champagne in hot tub

Thanks in part to its altitude of 7,000 feet and above, Park City boasts some of the most majestic landscapes in Utah. This elevation not only delivers stunning views and incredible opportunities for recreation, but it can also create attitude sickness for some visitors. With the 2020 Sundance Film Festival upon us, it’s especially important for those visiting during this time to take precautions and seek treatment if needed. Festival goers, who primarily come from sea level can find it difficult to acclimate. Throw in partying, alcohol consumption, little rest, and not enough hydration, and you can end up having a less than stellar time. Luckily, there are plenty of precautions to take to avoid this elevated ailment and treatments to address it in

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When it comes to winter, nowhere knows (or snows) better than Park City. We have plenty of reasons to celebrate the season, including the phenomenal early snow, the New Year right around the corner and, of course, the annual Snowfest hosted by Park City Mountain. From December 20 to January 5, make the most of the holiday magic and experience the lineup of daily activities. There’s something for everyone with the Snowfest event line up!

Start each day with a breath of fresh winter air, some holiday spirit, and a plan to visit one of the many Snowfest featured events. Here are some of the favorites you won’t want to miss. A complete daily schedule is available here.

Santa Comes Down Town Lift
Saturday, December 21, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Town Lift Plaza

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