Spring. Mud season. The lifts close, the snow starts to melt away, what is there to do in Park City? Turns out there’s a lot!
Gallery Strolls – Hosted by the Park City Gallery Association on the last Friday of every month, Last Friday Gallery Strolls, are fun – and free! This community event highlights artists and special exhibits at art galleries throughout town. Park City Gallery Association members open their doors 6:00 – 9:00pm with light refreshments and their latest art installations. For more information go to Gallery Strolls.
Egyptian Theatre Company – It’s never mud season at the Egyptian! The entertainment doesn’t let up with music from Richard Marx, Richie Furay Band, Orleans and Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone, and shows like Mamma Mia, The Wizard of Oz and Singin’ in the Rain, and the ever-popular, frequently sold out Park City Follies. To see the calendar and get tickets go to Egyptian Theatre Company.
Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter – There’s always something going on at the Swaner. Check out the Nature’s Ninjas exhibit at Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter. The exhibit includes live animal shows with some of nature’s most misunderstood animals including geckos, porcupines and others known for their wild defensive adaptations. The exhibit runs from February 1 – April 28, 2019. They offer free nature-themed kids crafts every Sunday, and the indoor climbing wall on weekends. Or become a volunteer and pitch in with spring projects such as willow planting and invasive species management – wipe out that garlic mustard!
Mother’s Day – Sunday, May 12 – Treat mom (and the whole family) to a full weekend of Park City fun. Try a unique and life changing Family Horse Adventure with Park City Horse Experience. Be creative, relaxed and inspired at The Paint Mixer at their special Moms, Mandelas and Mimosas. And what mom wouldn’t appreciate a massage or facial at Align Spa? Even with all the snow in Utah this winter, there’s a good chance Wasatch Golf will have links ready to play. And remember to book a festive brunch at a great local restaurant such as Grub Steak, Windy Ridge Cafe, Riverhorse on Main, or Harvest.