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Big Stars, Bright Nights Concert Series at Deer Valley

 

 

For all of you staying at Old Town Guest House, Bed & Breakfast in Park City, here is a great concert series.

Sit out on the grass and enjoy some amazing music.

Walk, jog or ride your bike to the concert from the Bed and Breakfast!!

Concert discount is 10% off your lodging at Old Town Guest House if you book for two or more nights.  Don’t miss this great deal.

Jammin’ Rock and a little
Old-School Country line up to make
your Summer nights magical.

Tickets at BigStarsBrightNightsConcerts.org

or call 435-655-3114.
Summer Box Office
Mega-Genius Supply Store,  435 Swede Alley, Park City
   TICKETS

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Esperanza Spalding
Presents:
Emily’s D+ Evolution
Anna Wilson,  Perla Batalla
Thursday, July 30

Grace Potter
Tuesday, August 4

Chris Botti
Joshua Bell
Saturday, August 15

Gipsy Kings
featuring Nicolas Reyes
and Tonino Ballardo
Saturday, August 22
or call 435-655-3114.
Summer Box Office
Mega-Genius Supply Store,  435 Swede Alley, Park City
Lawn tickets also available at:
Hugo Coffee 435-655-5015
The King’s English Bookshop 801-484-9100
Deer Valley® Signatures or Etc. 435-649-1000
Mega-Genius Supply Store / Newpark 435-649-3553
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Hiking Trails at the Olympic Sports Park

Attention Old Town Guest House guest:  Are you looking for a new fun hike that isn’t far from the B&B?  Try this one.  I think you will love it.  You can take the bus to the Olympic Sports Park to start the hike.

The Nordic View hiking trail is the perfect way to see the Utah Olympic Park in a whole new way. Start your hike at the Welcome Center or at the top of the Freestyle Charilift and finish at the top of the 120M Nordic Jump in Peak Plaza. The beautiful trail winds through the woods and has great views along the way.

 

Freestyle Shows

Catch the high-flying action every weekend through July and August with the Flying Ace All-Stars Freestyle Show. See Olympians and National Team skiers and snowboarders perform acrobatic feats as they soar up to 60 feet in the air before landing in the Park’s NEW Big Air Pool. A great show for the whole family, this half-hour choreographed production will leave you breathless!

Show Schedule: 
June 28 thru September 6*
Saturdays @ 11 am 
Sundays @ 1 pm
* No Show Saturday, July 4

 

Springer Tournee

Come watch as Nordic Combined and Ski Jumping athletes from across the nation gather together at the Utah Olympic Park to compete in the 17th Annual Springer Tournee. Athletes will begin training on Monday, July 27th. Spectators are welcome to gather at the base of the Nordic Jumps and watch for free.

GETTING THERE

Utah Olympic Park is located in beautiful Park City, Utah. Just 30 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC), Utah Olympic Park is located just off Exit #145 on Interstate 80 at Kimball Junction.

We highly recommend a visit to the new Park City Visitor Information Center at Kimball Junction. The VIC is located at the base of the Olympic Park and offers a wealth of travel planning information. The center also features a full-service cafe, wifi and expansive views of the surrounding basin.

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4th of July in Park City and Old Town Guest House

For all of you lucky enough to have lodging reservations for this 4th of July weekend, here is what’s going on.  For those of you who tried to get reservations and we were booked, book early for next year.  We are Park City’s best Bed & Breakfast.

 

Celebrate Independence Day in Park City Utah

7 am: Pancake Breakfast at City Park
8 am: Park City Ski Team 5k Fun Run. Call Cole Sport at 435-649-4806 for more info
10 am – 5 pm: Rugby games, live music, BBQ at the north end of City Park
11 am:  Famous 4th of July Parade with over 70 floats. Pick your spot for viewing on Main Street or Park Avenue, as it’s a packed event each and every year!
12 pm – 4 pm: Food, live music, beer garden, vendors in City Park
5:30 pm – 9:30 pm: Beer garden, BBQ and free live music by the George T Gregory Band at Park City Mountain Resort (Note: No outside alcohol allowed into concert venue, please.)
Dusk: Finally, fireworks are set to go off at Park City Mountain Resort!
Lot’s happening this weekend.  Go to our website at www.oldtownguesthouse.com for more information or visit the Park City Chamber of Commerce.  If you are a mountain biker, trail runner, hiker or want to enjoy the mountains of Park City, Old Town Guest House is to place to stay.  We are Park City’s best for comfort, convenience and affordability.

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Old Town Guest House invites you to visit the Utah Olympic Park

Freestyle Shows
Rates$12 ADULT | $7 SENIORS+KIDS
Program Info

Catch the high-flying action every summer weekend at the Flying Ace All-Stars Freestyle Show. See Olympians and National Team skiers and snowboarders perform acrobatic feats as they soar up to 60 feet in the air before landing in the Park’s NEW Big Air Pool. A great show for the whole family, this half-hour choreographed production will leave you breathless!

Showtimes:
June 28 to September 6
Saturdays @ 11 am + Sundays @ 1 pm
No show on July 4
Tickets:
Adults $12 (13+)
Kids (3 to 12) + Seniors (65+) $7

CONTACT
  • Showtimes:
    June 28 to September 6 | Saturdays @ 11 am + Sundays @ 1 pm
    No show on July 4
    No refunds on tickets

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Walk to Park Silly Market from Old Town Guest House

June 28, 2015
Weekend Costume Theme:  Rock Stars!

MAIN STAGE:

10-10:45am: Morning Fitness- Zumba by Denise

11am-1pm: Arvel Bird

1pm: Hoops O’Funn – Jacey Adams

2-5pm: Zero Summer

ADDITIONAL PERFORMERS:

Elias- Stilt Walking
Brent Lowry- Chainsaw Carving 12pm & 3pm
Magician & Juggler

Check out the booth next to the Main Stage to see our Featured Artist of the week Tom Martin from Lunabronze demonstrating Bronze Sculpting.  T his booth is provided free by Park Silly.

Fresh Produce-Local Products-Gourmet Food  

Located on 5th Street, next to the Post Office.

       Live Music on the Farmers Market Stage:

                       10:00 am –  Che Zuro

                                   1:00 pm – Wyatt Pike

 THIS WEEK’S SPONSOR:  Smith’s

 

Visit Smith’s for your “Silly” needs and for everything else to fit your Park City lifestyle! Order a Starbucks, stroll through the floral department, and be tempted by the chocolate fountain treasures in our bakery. Or maybe you are in the mood to pick up a delicious fresh-prepared entrée, some organic fixings from our produce department and head out for a picnic. Plug in and charge your vehicle at the pump or use your fuel rewards  points and save up to $1 per gallon before your summer road trip. Don’t see what you need? Our friendly associates would love to help you.
Enjoy the Silly Summer!
     KIDS 

ACTIVITIES:

    Free Park Silly Bouncy Houses

    Face Painting with Clo Creations

    Rock On – Rock Climbing Wall

                                    LOCAL AWARENESS:

Active K9 Rescue Foundation

Youth Sports Alliance

AARP

The Speedy Foundation

Free space provided by Park Silly for non-profit & sustainable issue awareness.

WHERE DO I PARK? 
We encourage everyone to walk, bus or bike if you can.  If you need to drive,  Click Here  for a map of Main Street parking locations.

Additional Parking: Park City High School (1750 Kearns Blvd, Park City, UT 84060). Park City bus system provides free transportation to Historic Main Street.

Coming up from Salt Lake?  Take a Shuttle!

Canyon Transportation provides shuttle service from Salt Lake Area hotels.  Click here for all the details!

   

FREE BIKE VALET:

Bus, Hike or Ride your Bike and take advantage of our FREE bike valet. Located on lower 9th Avenue.

Don’t forget to visit the Beer Garden and make your own Bloody Mary’s with Ogden’s Own 5 Wives Vodka at the bottom of Main Street.

 

 

 

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Johnnys IPA    

  

 

Visiting from out of town? Need a vacation from Salt Lake City heat?   Book a hotel and receive guaranteed lowest rates for Park Silly vendors and attendees!

Don’t forget to recycle!  Help our Zero Waste Efforts at the market.  Last year we saw over 162,000 visitors and only brought 33 bags of trash to the landfill!  Reduce, Reuse & Recycle!

        

The Park Silly Sunday Market  is looking for Volunteers!    We are looking for all positions, if you are interested   Click Here!  Come join our Silly team!

Dog Days of Summer are here!  

The Park Silly Sunday Market is a dog friendly event – BUT keep in mind summer is here and the market is HOT! As a dog parent, it’s important to keep your pet safe during the hot summer months. You’ve got to keep them cool in shaded areas or in air conditioning, you can’t leave them in hot cars while you go into the store.  you must also provide them with plenty of fresh drinking water, and protect their skin from the sun’s rays.

 

It’s also important to protect your dog’s feet from scorching hot concrete. It’s something not every dog parent may think of at first, until their dog’s paws get burned from walking on hot concrete or other surfaces. Last year the concrete at the market was over 120 degrees!  Wowza!  Please be a responsible pet owner and keep your dog at home during the hot market days.      

Donate to Park Silly!  

Park Silly Sunday Market is a non-profit 501(c)3.  To keep this party going we need your help.  Live music, entertainment and free kids activities all add up.  It also helps our community elements programming, which includes free spaces for non-profits, sustainable organizations, artists and farmers.

We appreciate your continued support!

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4th of July Celebration in Park City

Celebrate 4th of July in Park City Utah and stay at Old Town Guest House Bed and Breakfast!!

Park City is the best place to spend your 4th of July. This year, in the spirit of creating the largest resort in the United States, we’re joining forces with Canyons to create a combined 4th of July weekend celebration! Join us on Friday at the Canyons Village at 3:00 pm when the grassy area opens for guests in front of the Mountain Stage at Ski Beach. From 3 to 5 pm we’ll have a magician, crafts and photobooth, and from 3 to 6 pm there will be a DJ at the Umbrella Bar, along with the Hired Guns entertainers, face painting and a mechanical bull. The Soulistics will play on the Mountain Stage from 6 to 8:30 pm.

Parking will be limited, as this is a very popular event in Park City. This year, donations for parking will go to the People’s Health Clinic. We kindly remind guests that dogs (with the exception of service dogs) are not allowed in the concert venue. Blankets, picnics (please, no glass) and chairs are allowed starting at 3:00 pm. Low back chairs are allowed, but camping chairs, chairs with sharp legs and chairs with greater height than 9″ are not allowed. Chairs meeting the height requirements are available for purchase at Canyon Mountain Sports.

The Cabriolet lift will run 9 am – 9:30 pm. and Frostwood Gondola run 4 pm – 11 pm.

After the fun at Canyons on the 3rd, be sure to wake up bright and early for the annual Park City pancake breakfast at City Park! At 8 am join the Park City Ski Team for a 5k– call Cole Sport at 435-649-4806 for more info. The 4th of July parade is one you won’t want to miss. Starting at 11 am, watch more than 70 floats on Main Street and Park Ave– this event is always packed, so be sure to stake out your spot early. After the parade it’s time to head over to City Park for food, beer, and live music, and then to Park City Mountain from 5:30 to 9:30 pm for High West glazed ribs, beef brisket, turkey legs, Colorado lamb and more, a beer garden, and free live music by the Parlour Hounds beginning at 5:30, and the George T Gregory Band at 7 pm.

4th of July wouldn’t be complete without a fireworks show– join us at dusk for fireworks at Park City Mountain Resort.

All events are free and open to the public.

Stay at Old Town Guest House and walk to all the events.  You won’t find a better location.  Close to mountain biking trails, hiking, golf and the free shuttle to Canyons.

 

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Enjoy Summer in Park CIty and stay at Old Town Guest House, Park City, Utah

Summer is a great time to come to Park City.

 We have special rates during the summer months.

 

 

 Come visit us and enjoy all that Park City has to offer. Book 3 nights and get your 4th night FREE!!  Book online at www.oldtownguesthouse.com.  Mention 4th night FREE. This is your best choice for Park City lodging.

 

It’s easy to understand why some people would rather that winter never end in Park City.  But, that’s probably because they have never been here in the summer!  As the locals say, “we came for the skiing and stayed for the summer.”  With lift-served mountain biking and hiking, the arts and music festival experiences, world class mountain biking competitions, our very own marathon, and a calendar full of special events and activities, Park City is a great place to come in the summer.

Old Town Guest House Bed and Breakfast is the perfect Park City inn for active skiers, hikers, and mountain bikers. Enjoy the convenience of our location in Old Town Park City while staying in a beautifully renovated historic ski resort bed & breakfast. Let us show you why Park City, Utah is a fabulous vacation destination.  Visit us soon at our affordable, eco-friendly Park City bed and breakfast!

Mtn Biking & Hiking

Park City’s abundant selection of hiking and mountain biking trails are great for all skill levels. They will be running the Crescent Hi-Speed Quad which will get you to the top of Crescent Ridge in just minutes! Town Lift will also be running for scenic rides and hiking and biking and PayDay Lift will accommodate these services.

Mountain bike rentals are available at a variety of shops in the Park City Mountain Resort base area and in town. Stay at Old Town Guest House and walk to the Resort Center for all your fun. Your Innkeeper, Deb Lovci, is an avid mountain biker and trail runner.  She would love to help you plan the perfect mountain biking get-away.

 

Have you been dreaming of riding the Alpine Slide since we closed last summer? Want to fly through the Aspens, 110 feet above the ground, on our Zip Rider? Head up to Park City this weekend and kick off your summer the right way. Make sure you stay at Old Town Guest House, Park City’s only B&B Inn.  You won’t find a better place for comfort, convenience and affordability.

Come and Relax, Unwind and Enjoy

Old Town Guest House Bed & Breakfast

Park City, Utah

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Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons Resort Summer is open!!

With the 2014-15 winter season at a close, Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons Resort are gearing up for summer operations by announcing opening dates for the 2015 summer season. Park City Mountain Resort activities include one of the world’s longest alpine slides; the ZipRider and Flying Eagle Zip Line; and over 70 miles of hiking and mountain biking terrain served by three chairlifts. Canyons activities include 12 jump, flow, freeride and downhill trails at the lift-serviced bike park; Zip Tour Adventure, pedal boat rentals and trout fishing on the Alpine Lake; and Canyons’ new 18 hole golf course.

“Summer is an activity-filled season in Park City, and we are happy to offer an extensive choice of recreation across two mountains,” said Bill Rock, COO of Park City Mountain Resort. “The entire summer season is jam-packed with activities and special events allowing guests to enjoy the beautiful outdoor scenery of Park City. Our mountains are the perfect destination to beat the heat and explore the outdoors through adventures for everyone.”

New this summer season is the Canyons Golf Course, opening to the public May 29. The 18-hole, par-70 course features over 550 feet of elevation change and spectacular views of the Wasatch and Uinta mountains from almost every hole. The course encompasses 6,246 total yards.

In addition to a wide variety of outdoor activities, Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons Resort offer guests an incredible lineup of events, including a weekly Farmers’ Market at Canyons Resort on Wednesdays beginning June 3, the annual Saturday Summer Concert Series at Canyons and the return of The North Face Endurance Challenge Series at Park City September 26-27.

The pinnacle of events this summer will be celebrating the Fourth of July weekend at Park City and Canyons. Kick off the weekend at Canyons on July 3rd with family activities in the Resort Village, special food vendors and a free concert by Salt Lake City favorite The Soulistics. Continue celebrating through the next day, Saturday July 4th, with the Park City Main Street Parade and City Park celebrations, culminating with live music and fireworks at Park City Mountain Resort.

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Summer at Park City Mountain Resort

This weekend marks the official start to summer–join us for Memorial Day Weekend in Park City, Utah! We’re opening for summer activities on Friday, May 22 from 1 to 6 p.m.

Have you been dreaming of riding the Alpine Slide since we closed last summer? Want to fly through the Aspens, 110 feet above the ground, on our Zip Rider? Head up to Park City this weekend and kick off your summer the right way.

Stay at Old Town Guest House and walk to all the activities!!

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Tour of Utah

TOUR OF UTAH
August 3rd – 9th 

Larry Miller Dealerships is proud to be the title sponsor of the Tour of Utah, one of only four UCI-sanctioned, multi-stage, American pro cycling events in 2015.