It’s Never too Early to Start Planning for the Upcoming Ski Season!

Chill is in the air, snow in the forecast, got your ski pass? If not, here’s what available in Park City and around Utah.

With world-class ski resorts, miles upon miles of flawlessly manicured slopes and the lightest powder around, it’s no wonder guests come back year after year. Offering the driest and lightest powder around, Utah has the best snow for skiing and snowboarding in the world.

It’s never too early to start planning for the upcoming ski season!

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Now is the best time to think about which ski pass you’re going to get for the 2017-18 ski season. Many of the Utah ski resorts have already announced next season’s passes, and in many cases you’ll get a discount for purchasing early. To help you, we’ve put together a roundup of what’s been published so far. Below you’ll find the current 2017/2018 season pass prices for Utah ski resorts.

2017-2018 Ski Season Resort Passes

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Here’s a sneak peak of what will be published in the October issues of Oprah, Fortune and Entrepreneur Magazines

Please look for me in the October 2017 issues of O, The Oprah Magazine, Fortune and Entrepreneur Magazines. The article includes my business profile and features Deer Valley Resort’s Arrowleaf Community Ski in Ski out property.

Here is a summary of my story, and click here for a 3D walk through of Arrowleaf.

Ciminelli - As Seen InTo see more information about my Deer Valley listing and a video, please click here.

Park City Transportation Proposed Solutions- REDUCING TRAFFIC IS UP TO US

We live and love Park City for all that it has to offer. Gorgeous mountain to recreate in all year round, excellent dining, nightlife, art and music scene, small town feel.  But word got out and now we are feeling the growing pains of others discovering just how cool Park City is.

No question that part of the growing pains is increased traffic in our one-time sleepy town.  Well, leave it up to the City to figure out some solutions. But the solutions will only work if we actually use them. That means me, you, your out of town guests and those we sell real estate to.

Here is a synopsis of what’s in the works or has just been adopted.

Park City was issued a federal grant to purchase electric buses to run from Kimball Jct. into town. No emissions (well, they have to be charged, which creates emissions somewhere, I know…) and no noise. The plan is to apply for the grant again and eventually replace all of our current buses with electric buses. Lovely and quiet. There are some streets in this town that will be extremely pleased when it happens. The buses run 7 days/week from 7 am to 7 pm. Over 1,000 riders/day are riding the new buses. That helps.

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Photo Courtesy: Al Hartman

Next, we have the Kamas commuter bus. The schedule has 3 rides coming into Park City in the morning and 3 rides going back to Kamas at the end of the day. Bonus feature alert! Might have to get back in the middle of the day for an emergency? Got it covered. There is a program called the Guaranteed Ride Home Program where you could take a cab and get reimbursed. For more details go to http://www.letsgosummit.com.

My favorite new transportation add on….Electric Assist Bikes stationed around Park City! Pay for a year or per ride, on an app on your smartphone! Take a look at the details at http://www.summitbikeshare.com.

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Let’s all make a conscious effort to make a difference or our tax dollars will be going to waste.

Fantastic Places to Dine and Drink Off of Main Street, Park City

I understand the allure of Main Street, in Old Town Park City. It’s quaint, cute, cool and chic. I love to dine there myself. But as a local, I’m here to tell you that there are other places to frequent. These new restaurants are fresh, delicious, creative and uncrowded.

You must try Cognition Winery Bistro in Prospector. Located at 1260 Iron Horse Drive. Dennis bottles his own delicious wine on the spot. His wife, Gina oversees the kitchen and cooks as well. She’s a full blooded Italian. Her sauce makes me cry and miss my grandmother’s. The meatballs are to die for. They offer full entrees and a variety of small plate options that are all very reasonably priced. There is live music, with a delightful patio setting and cozy seating inside.

 

Cognition Bistro

 

Brand new to the scene is Twisted Fern. Located in the Park City Market shopping area, closest to Zion’s bank. The chef hails from Bistro 412 on Main Street. He’s always wanted his own place. Wow. His food is fantastic, creative and locally sourced. The signature cocktail menu looked amazing, all made with Utah distilled spirits. I went for lunch, so a drink during my busy work day wasn’t an option for me, but I will be back in the evening. This restaurant also has a nice patio for dining, with amazing views of the Wasatch Back.

 

Twisted Fern

 

Also in the Park City Market shopping area, on the opposite end of the strip, is 5 Seeds. This Australian owned eatery opened last winter. They feature breakfast and lunch only, serve excellent coffee, along with an exciting menu with an Aussie twist. Great atmosphere and excellent service round out the scene.

There are many more restaurants off Main to try. Want more recommendations? Feel free to reach out to me for more information.

Mary Ciminelli
801-550-7563
Summit Sotheby’s International Realty.

Music Happenings in the Greater Park City Area This Summer.

Summer is upon us in the mountains of Park City. The hills are green, with snow only at the peaks. Wildflowers are already blooming and the creeks are running high. Another summer feature in Park City…MUSIC, and lots of it. Rooftop bars, and back room stages, as well as country venues, all are popping with the sounds of live music. Listening to live music is probably my favorite thing to do here in the summer, besides mountain biking.

Park City has excellent local bands that the locals never tire of. Plus, we also attract talent from far and wide. We are only 30 minutes from Salt Lake City and Interstate 15, a major freeway connecting Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Utah and Idaho.

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Check out the list below to find your favorite genre of sounds and enjoy.

Friday, June 9th
Gleewood at Woodenshoe Park in Peoa
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:30 PM
Americana, Folk-Rock with bluesy roots and a southwestern twist.

Saturday, June 10th
Bruce Music at Park City Mountain
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 3:00 PM
Acoustic jam rock with blues, jazz, funk, and reggae grooves!

Sunday, June 11th
Swagger at Park Silly Sunday Market, Main Stage
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 2:00 PM
Celtic Americana Rock.

Scott Klismith at Park Silly Sunday Market, Farmers Market
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 1:00 PM
Singer-songwriter.

BroBand at Park Silly Sunday Market, Main Stage
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 11:00 AM
Two brothers age 13 and 9, play cover songs on guitar, piano & ukulele.

Brother Run at Park Silly Sunday Market, Farmers Market
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 10:00 AM
Dual acoustics, singing, and harmonies.

Thursday, June 15th
The Watters at Newpark Amphitheater
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:00 PM
The Watters are an Americana/Soul band based out of Austin, TX.

Friday, June 16th
Dick Stoner at Woodenshoe Park in Peoa
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:30 PM
Acoustic singer-songwriter, Americana covers.

Saturday, June 17th
Tony Holiday & The Velvetones at Savor The Summit
FREE SHOW
Doors at 5:00 PM – Show at 5:30 PM
Tony Holiday is a rising force on the national ‘Harmonica Scene”.

Changing Lanes Experience at Savor The Summit
FREE SHOW
Doors at 5:00 PM – Show at 7:30 PM
Changing Lanes Changes Lives!

Sunday, June 18th
You Knew Me When at Park Silly Sunday Market, Main Stage
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 11:00 AM
Touring husband and wife indie folk-rock duo with a full band sound.

Something Like Seduction at Park Silly Sunday Market, Main Stage
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 2:00 PM
Something Like Seduction is a 4 piece reggae/rock band that was formed in October of 2011.

Wyatt Pike at Park Silly Sunday Market, Farmers Market
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 10:00 AM
Wyatt Pike is a 15 year old solo music act from Park City, UT.

Candy’s River House at Billy Blanco’s at Quarry Village
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:00 PM
Bluesy, and soulful rock driven anthems.

Bill N Diane at Park Silly Sunday Market, Farmers Market
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 1:00 PM
Bill N Diane is an acoustic duo playing classic rock country and folk music.

Wednesday, June 21st
Changing Lanes Experience With BroBand  at Grand Valley Bank Community Concert Series at Deer Valley Resort
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 5:30 PM
Changing Lanes Changes Lives!

Thursday, June 22nd
Liver By The River at Dejoria Center
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:00 PM
JamGrass -An eclectic mix of hard driving, psychedelic influence on bluegrass.

Niki J Crawford at Newpark Amphitheater
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:00 PM
“Live Music, Lovemaking, and Sushi!”

Saturday, June 24th
Lumberjack Fabulous at Miner’s Plaza
FREE SHOW
Doors at 12:00 PM – Show at 1:30 PM
Acoustic duo featuring awesome mashups.

Jordan Young at Miner’s Plaza
FREE SHOW
Doors at 12:00 PM – Show at 3:30 PM
Growly roots gospel, country, delta blues and Dixieland.

Nate Robinson at Park City Mountain
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 3:00 PM
Folk, Americana, Pop, Classic Rock, Country, Formal, danceable, requests.

Sunday, June 25th
Group Therapy at Park Silly Sunday Market, Main Stage
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 11:00 AM
Country gospel, bluegrass and light rock utilizing tight vocal harmonies.

Christine Kinslow at Park Silly Sunday Market, Farmers Market
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 1:00 PM
Christine Kinslow spins out tales of country charm.

Brother Run at Park Silly Sunday Market, Farmers Market
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 10:00 AM
Dual acoustics, singing, and harmonies.

A-Mac & The Height at Billy Blanco’s at Quarry Village
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:00 PM
Upbeat Folk-Hop-Reggae-Jam with a positive message from Denver, CO.

Wednesday, June 28th
The Soulistics at Grand Valley Bank Community Concert Series at Deer Valley Resort
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:00 PM
The Soulistics are the inter-mountain west’s ultimate Soul party band.

Shannon Runyon at Park City Library
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 10:30 AM
Guitar, piano and vocals. Covers and originals.

Thursday, June 29th
Garrett Lebeau at Newpark Amphitheater
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:00 PM
Sexy smooth timeless vibe, combining up-tempo funk with down & dirty blues.

Muddpuddle at Dejoria Center
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:00 PM
Originals mixed with Grateful Dead and Rolling Stones style covers.

Friday, June 30th
Mister Sister Trio at Woodenshoe Park in Peoa
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:30 PM
Acoustic Folk Pop Rock Trio.

Saturday, July 1st
Christine Kinslow at Miner’s Plaza
FREE SHOW
Doors at 12:00 PM – Show at 1:30 PM
Christine Kinslow spins out tales of country charm.

Sammy Sullivan at Miner’s Plaza
FREE SHOW
Doors at 12:00 PM – Show at 3:30 PM
Classic rock and alternative music.

The Bookends at Park City Mountain
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 3:00 PM
Utah “superduo”!

Sunday, July 2nd
Mama J at Billy Blanco’s at Quarry Village
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:00 PM
Mama J’s music is soul. It’s rock. It’s raw. It’s real.

Red Desert Ramblers at Park Silly Sunday Market, Main Stage
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 11:00 AM
Bluegrass/Classic-Country/Swing-traditional instruments +dulcimer, vocals.

The Pour at Park Silly Sunday Market, Main Stage
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 2:00 PM
3 Funky dudes that like to rock!

Wyatt Pike at Park Silly Sunday Market, Farmers Market
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 10:00 AM
Wyatt Pike is a 15 year old solo music act from Park City, UT.

The Twin Flames at Park Silly Sunday Market, Farmers Market
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 1:00 PM
Classic Rock Cover Duet: Kris Krompel & Elise Krompel.

Tuesday, July4th
The Soulistics at Park City Mountain
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 7:00 PM
The Soulistics are the inter-mountain west’s ultimate Soul party band.

Wednesday, July 5th
Joshy Soul & The Cool at Grand Valley Bank Community Concert Series at Deer Valley Resort
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:00 PM
50’s and 60’s R&B soul group with a horn section.

Jennie Gotcha at Park City Library
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 10:30 AM
Jennie Gotcha is an influential, talented, & creative singer/songwriter/guitar-strummer/microphone rocker/ princess baby gangster. One of Park City’s most recognized talents creating music that shows a way of life & honors the paths she’s taken & how she inspires others to live their life as well. Her music is called “The Trailblazer’s Music” because of her musical guides. Influenced by Johnny Cash, Atmosphere, Jack Johnson, Kid Rock, Jimi Hendrix, Sublime, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Frank Zappa, & Rage Against The Machine, she loves the music that makes you think.

Thursday, July 6th
Michelle Moonshine at Dejoria Center
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:00 PM
Award winning Americana/Country Singer-Songwriter based in Salt Lake City.

Patwa Reggae Band at Newpark Amphitheater
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:00 PM
The Patwa Reggae Band brings a classic and authentic sound to Park City.

Friday, July 7th
Triggers & Slips at Woodenshoe Park in Peoa
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:30 PM
Triggers and Slips music is steeped in the psychology of relationships.

Saturday, July 8th
Bill McGinnis at Miner’s Plaza
FREE SHOW
Doors at 12:00 PM – Show at 1:30 PM
Bill is an old school singer/ songwriter who uses music to tell his stories.

The Better Halves at Miner’s Plaza
FREE SHOW
Doors at 12:00 PM – Show at 3:30 PM
Husband-wife duo of Texas swing, folk, bluegrass on two guitars and vocals.

Bruce Music at Park City Mountain
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 3:00 PM
Acoustic jam rock with blues, jazz, funk, and reggae grooves!

Sunday, July 9th
A-Rodge at Park Silly Sunday Market, Main Stage
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 11:00 AM
A-Rodge is a hip hop artist combining technical flows w/ meaningful lyrics.

Motherlode Canyon Band at Park Silly Sunday Market, Main Stage
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 2:00 PM
A longtime Park City favorite will a mellow bluegrass sound.

Teresa Eggertsen Cooke at Park Silly Sunday Market, Farmers Market
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 10:00 AM
Taking influences from jazz standards to rock ballads spanning many decades.

Bill N Diane at Park Silly Sunday Market, Farmers Market
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 1:00 PM
Bill N Diane is an acoustic duo playing classic rock country and folk music.

Wednesday, July 12th
Ryan Hiller at Grand Valley Bank Community Concert Series at Deer Valley Resort
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:00 PM
Fun blend of Rock, Soul, Blues, and Country.

Thursday, July 13th
Motherlode Canyon Band at Newpark Amphitheatre
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:00 PM
A longtime Park City favorite will a mellow bluegrass sound.

Ghostowne at Dejoria Center
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:00 PM
American Twang!!

Friday, July 14th
Bill N Diane at Woodenshoe Park in Peoa
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:30 PM
Bill N Diane is an acoustic duo playing classic rock country and folk music.

Saturday, July 15th
Carlos Emjay at Miner’s Plaza
FREE SHOW
Doors at 12:00 PM – Show at 3:30 PM
A One-Man Wonder! Get ready for acoustic bliss!

Ryan Walsh at Miner’s Plaza
FREE SHOW
Doors at 12:00 PM – Show at 1:30 PM
Ryan plays acoustic guitar and sings songs that you forgot you remember.

Will Baxter Band at Park City Mountain
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 3:00 PM
Will Baxter Band is a mix of fantastic players from New Orleans and Utah.

Sunday, July 16th
When You Were Bigger at Park Silly Sunday Market, Main Stage
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 11:00 AM
Original and Cover Band – Specializing in Blues/Rock/Country/Awesomeness.

Patwa Reggae Band at Park Silly Sunday Market, Main Stage
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 2:00 PM
The Patwa Reggae Band brings a classic and authentic sound to Park City.

Masontown at Billy Blanco’s at Quarry Village
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:00 PM
Masontown is a Denver-based 4-piece bluegrass band.

Brother Run at Park Silly Sunday Market, Farmers Market
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 10:00 AM
Dual acoustics, singing, and harmonies.

Bill N Diane at Park Silly Sunday Market, Farmers Market
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 1:00 PM
Bill N Diane is an acoustic duo playing classic rock country and folk music.

Wednesday, July 19th
Caleb Chapman’s Crescent Super Band at Grand Valley Bank Community Concert Series at Deer Valley Resort
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 5:30 PM
25 Utah teens redefine the American songbook.

Teresa Eggertsen Cooke at Park City Library
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 10:30 AM
Taking influences from jazz standards to rock ballads spanning many decades.

Thursday, July 20th
Lash LaRue at Dejoria Center
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:00 PM
Lash LaRue is a Park City musical power group formed in the spring of 2009 with Karri Dell Hays, Jack Walzer, Mark Viar, Cole Hobbs and Elaine Berns.

The Stone Foxes at Newpark Amphitheater
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:00 PM
The Stone Foxes are San Francisco’s rock band.

Friday, July 21st
Michelle Moonshine at Woodenshoe Park in Peoa
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:30 PM
Award winning Americana/Country Singer-Songwriter based in Salt Lake City.

Saturday, July 22nd
Elizabeth Hareza at Miner’s Plaza
FREE SHOW
Doors at 12:00 PM – Show at 3:30 PM
Singer-Songwriter from Park City.

Lisa Needham & Rich Wyman at Miner’s Plaza
FREE SHOW
Doors at 12:00 PM – Show at 1:30 PM
Award winning Duo, piano man & singer-songwriter-storyteller.

Simply B at Park City Mountain
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 3:00 PM
Simply B is a multi-instrumental, live looping artist out of Salt Lake City. He has performed in hundreds of shows in a wide range of bands and styles. Combining funk bass, finger-style guitar, beat-boxing, and soulful vocals; Simply B creates a positive, lyrical, danceable one-man-band experience.

Sunday, July 23rd
Mountain Country at Park Silly Sunday Market, Main Stage
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 11:00 AM
Mountain Country performs spirited acoustic music with all the trimmings!

Chris Bender & Fastback at Park Silly Sunday Market, Main Stage
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 2:00 PM
Fastback “As in a Mustang Fastback” is a Blues, Rock and Alternative Band.

Scott Klismith at Park Silly Sunday Market, Farmers Market
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 1:00 PM
Singer-songwriter.

Brother Run at Park Silly Sunday Market, Farmers Market
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 10:00 AM
Dual acoustics, singing, and harmonies.

Wednesday, July 26th
Alicia Stockman at Park City Library
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM- Show at 10:30 AM
Versatile singer committed to a live experience that reflects her audiences.

Talia Keys & The Love at Grand Valley Bank Community Concert Series at Deer Valley Resort
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 5:30 PM
Fronted by musical powerhouse Talia Keys- melding funk, soul and rock.

Thursday, July 27th
Dusty Boxcars at Dejoria Center
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:00 PM
Soulful roots, blues, & americana music.

Coffis Brothers & The Mountain Men at Newpark Amphitheater
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:00 PM
American Rock and Roll.

Saturday, July 29th
Sister Brother at Miner’s Plaza
FREE SHOW
Doors at 12:00 PM – Show at 1:30 PM
Real life sibling harmonies singing all the greats! New and old!

Nate Robinson at Park City Mountain
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 3:00 PM
Folk, Americana, Pop, Classic Rock, Country, Formal, danceable, requests.

Sunday, July 30th
Trezz Hombrezz at Park Silly Sunday Market, Main Stage
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 11:00 AM
Hotter than a Jalapeño pepper, tangy as bottle of Pat’s BBQ sauce.

Heritage Band at Park Silly Sunday Market, Main Stage
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 2:00 PM
Heritage delivers an energetic and positive show that will move all ages!

Scott Klismith at Park Silly Sunday Market, Farmers Market
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 1:00 PM
Singer-songwriter.

Brother Run at Park Silly Sunday Market, Farmers Market
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 10:00 AM
Dual acoustics, singing, and harmonies.

The Harmaleighs at Billy Blanco’s at Quarry Village
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:00 PM
Folk Duo from Nashville, TN.

Wednesday, August 2nd
Mokie at Grand Valley Bank Community Concert Series at Deer Valley Resort
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 5:30 PM
Salt lake’s top-rated jam band.

Mikael Lewis at Park City Library
FREE SHOW
Doors at 10:00 AM – Show at 10:30 AM
Former Fyre & Reign frontman, Mikael Lewis, goes solo.

Thursday, August 3rd
The Pour at Newpark Amphitheater
FREE SHOW
Doors at 4:00 PM – Show at 6:00 PM
3 Funky dudes that like to rock!

Friday, August 4th
Will Baxter Band at Kimball Arts Festival, Main Stage at Kimball Arts Center
FREE SHOW
Doors at 5:00 PM – Show at 5:00 PM
Will Baxter Band is a mix of fantastic players from New Orleans and Utah.

Smiling Souls at Kimball Arts Festival, Main Stage at Kimball Arts Center
FREE SHOW
Doors at 5:00 PM – Show at 7:00 PM
Smiling Souls is a Salt Lake City Roots, Rock & Reggae Band.

Gary Stoddard/Slickrock Gypsy at Kimball Arts Festival, Miner’s Park Stage
FREE SHOW
Doors at 5:00 PM – Show at 5:00 PM
Solo One Man Performer with the feel and presentation of a full band.

The Naked Waiters at Kimball Arts Festival, Miner’s Park Stage
FREE SHOW
Doors at 5:00 PM – Show at 7:00 PM
A feel-good ukulele/guitar trio that specializes in smooth harmonies.

Rumba Libre at Kimball Arts Festival, Food Truck Stage at Brew Pub
FREE SHOW
Doors at 5:00 PM – Show at 7:00 PM
An All-Star Salsa & Latin Jazz band featuring some of the best Utah players.

The Travellin’ Dingleberries at Kimball Arts Festival, Food Truck Stage at Brew Pub
FREE SHOW
Doors at 5:00 PM – Show at 5:00 PM
Acoustic rock trio and much apres-worthy stupidity!

 

If you are willing to drive outside of Park City, see below for additional venues to spend your summers at!

Usana Amphitheater Upcoming Events

Red Butte Gardens Outdoor Concert Series

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rejoice, Mud Season is in Full Swing-Where to Eat on Main Street, Park City

Locals breathe a heavy sign of relief, as we can finally make a left hand turn in a flash, avoid lines at the grocery store and zip in to the gas station for a quick fill up. Getting a table at a Main Street restaurant, not so much.
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Many restaurants take a much needed break after ski season. And they should. Our cheerful, hard working servers deserve a break after an intense four months of very hard work. Time to relax and rejuvenate before the summer of serving up 2 for 1 dinner specials on Main.
But now you have guests or clients coming to town and they want to experience Main Street. Where to go?  Better do your research before you leave or you may be disappointed.
Here’s a list of your safest bets to still enjoy the Old Town experience with no crowds.
Bistro 412: Closed April 17-May 25.
Starting May 26th, Bistro 412 is open daily.
Lunch Hours – 11:30am-3:30pm
Dinner Hours – 5:00pm-close.
Bistro’s Club 412 is open daily from
5:00pm until 1am, offering full dinner menu.
Boneyard Saloon & Wine Dive: Closed May 22-24. Employee Appreciation Party

11:00AM – 2:00AM

Butcher’s Chop House: Closed May 22-24. Employee Appreciation Party
Dinner Served Nightly
4:00PM – 10:00PM
Bar Menu Served Nightly
4:00PM – 12:00AM

Chimayo: Closed Sundays and Mondays from April 16-June 24. Open for dinner service; open all seven days starting June 25

Firewood: Closed April 15-May 25. Open Thursday-Monday from May 26-June 16.
Fletcher’s: Closed April 9 – May 18.
4PM-12AM.
Grappa: Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays from April 18-June 26. Locals’ Night begins May 8.
Handle: Open Wednesday-Saturday 5:30PM – Close (around 9PM on weekdays, 10PM on weekends).
Closed from May 29th-June 13th for renovations.
Starting June 14th, open 7 days a week 5pm-Close (will be around 11PM).
High West: The saloon will be closed April 16-May 7. Open to the public for dinner May 8 and lunch May 9. Nelson Cottage will be closed through summer and open only for private events. The Refectory open for lunch and tours May 3.
No Name Saloon: No closure.
Open Daily
10:00AM – 2:00AM
Prime Steak House: *****Waiting for response.
Purple Sage: Currently closed for mud season. Will open again May 24th.
5:30PM-10PM.
Riverhorse: 7 days a week, 5pm-10PM.
Sunday Brunch is 11AM-2PM.
Shabu: Open 7 days at week, dinner service start at 5PM.
Tupelo: Open for dinner May 12.
Sunday Brunch 11:00AM – 2:30PM
Dinner 5:00PM – 9:00PM (Wed to Sat)
Bar Menu 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm (Sun)
Wahso: Closed Mondays and Tuesdays starting April 2, closed all week April 26-June 8. Reopening for dinner June 9, and for Sunday starting June 11.
Wasatch Brew Pub: No closure.

Is the Current Pace of Home Sales Maintainable?

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There are some experts questioning whether the current pace of residential home sales is maintainable. Are too many people buying homes like in 2004-2006? Are we headed for another housing crisis? Actually, if we look closely at the numbers, we can see that we are looking at a very healthy real estate market.

Why the concern?

Some are looking at the last four years of home sales and comparing them to the three years just prior to the housing bubble. Looking at the graph below, we can understand that thinking.

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However, if we go further back in history, we can see the real picture. After taking out the “boom & bust” years, the pace of sales is growing at quite a natural pace.

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And new home sales are way below historic numbers. Dave Liniger, Re/Max CEO explains:

“We expect a seasonal uptick in sales this time of year and March certainly met and somewhat exceeded that expectation. We don’t anticipate the tightening inventory to ease up in most markets until new home construction can catch up to its pre-recession pace. Until then, sellers will enjoy a fast-paced market and buyers will need to work with their agents to get in the right home.”

Bottom Line

The current pace of residential home sales definitely seems maintainable.

 

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