Parting Shot

Sky High in the Wasatch Back

The aerial spectacle of the Autumn Aloft hot-air balloon festival flies high again after a pandemic grounding in 2020.

06/22/2021 By Tessa Woolf

Arts

Go See Art for Art's Sake

The monthly gallery walk along Main Street and in other Park City neighborhoods continues to display great mountain art through summer and fall.

06/22/2021 By Tessa Woolf

Arts

The Music Plays On at Local Stages

Park City Song Summit brings live performances back to town with a variety of musical acts on local stages.

06/22/2021 By Jenny Willden

Arts

Paint Alfresco in Park City This Summer

Create your own memories of mountain landscapes with a local's advice for capturing watercolor scenes along Park City's scenic trails.

06/22/2021 By Vanessa Conabee

Arts

The Kimball Art Center Doubles Down

Park City's Kimball Arts Center is refocusing on and reinvesting in its mission to connect people with art in the Wasatch Back.

06/22/2021 By Melissa Fields

Word About Town

Summer Fun Returns to Park City

Check out these renewed seasonal events and festivals in Park City, from arts festivals to food & drink extravaganzas to the freshest farmers markets.

06/22/2021 By Anne Wallentine

Word About Town

From Park City to Paris

Local Francophile Eva Jorgensen's Paris by Design offers insider travel tips for tourists to the City of Light looking for creative inspiration.

06/22/2021 By Tessa Woolf

Arts

Park City’s Arts and Culture District Breaks New Ground

The mixed-use space aims to unite creative institutions and foster collaboration.

12/23/2020 By Anne Wallentine

Arts

Six Ways to Enjoy the Arts This Winter

From socially distanced gallery strolls to virtual classes, you can enjoy and support the art scene.

12/23/2020 By Anne Wallentine

Arts

KPCW Celebrates 40 Years on the Air

Park City’s beloved local radio station has come a long way.

12/23/2020 By Barbara Bretz

Local Lore

Glenwood Cemetery: A Glimpse into Park City's Past

This aspen-shaded storybook dates back to 1885.

07/13/2020 By Larry Warren Illustrations by Jennifer Gillette

Curtain Call

Park City Institute's Longtime Executive Director Cedes the Stage

Teri Orr, who has steered the nonprofit since its inception, passes the baton to Ari Ioannides.

07/13/2020 By Kristen Gould Case

Comeback Flick

Jamie Crane-Mauzy's Film, 'Alternative Peaks,' Slated for 2020 Release.

Pro skier—and brain trauma survivor—creates an inspirational documentary alongside fellow athletes.

07/13/2020 By Jené Shaw

Arts

What's New on Park City's Gallery Scene?

Take a stroll through new creative spaces and galleries around town.

07/08/2020 By Natalie Taylor

Housebound Happenings

3 Ways to Celebrate the Arts and the Earth in Park City

Support local businesses and nonprofits with virtual gatherings and curbside eats.

04/22/2020 By Jane Gendron

No Joke

Virtual Connections: A Few More Ways to Fight Cabin Fever

Laugh, dance, sing, and play, Park City.

04/01/2020 By Jane Gendron

Datebook

Park City Weekend Agenda: March 12–15

Celebrate those hard-working ski patrollers, check out an Oscar winner, sip some vino, and join a stroll, ski, or bike through nature.

03/11/2020 By Vanessa Conabee

Datebook

Park City Weekend Agenda: March 6–8

Raise a glass for a cause, witness one of the world's finest mandolinists, and lend an ear to a Pulitzer prize-winning journalist.

03/04/2020 By Vanessa Conabee

Datebook

Park City Weekend Agenda: February 28–March 1

Summit seven peaks, kick back to the soulful sounds of The Delfonics, or travel the world via art and film.

02/26/2020 By Vanessa Conabee

Ski + Party

Elevation's Gay Ski Week Celebrates its 10th Year in Utah

LGBT event pairs skiing and partying with altitude.

02/19/2020 By Casey Lane