Posted on June 13, 2012 by Sarah Myers | in About Stein Eriksen Lodge, Chef Zane, Events, Festivals and Concerts | Comments Off
Consider yourself a mountain biker or a foodie? Then grab your bike and your wine glass and head up to Stein Eriksen Lodge Deer Valley for the fourth annual Mud, Sweat, and Cheers from 10a – 1p on Friday, July 6th as part of the Park City Food & Wine Classic. You do not have to be an expert on your bike to participate. The group will break into smaller groups based upon ability.
Don’t own your own bike but still want to participate? Then Stein Eriksen Sport has you covered. You can rent from a variety of quality bikes. The shop is located at the lodge where the ride will begin and end. You can learn more about the rentals at www.steineriksen.com.
Chef Zane Holmquist, a Utah native will guide you through a great day of riding on some of Deer Valley Resort’s® best single track trails. You will start by riding the chairlift up to the top of the mountain then making your way back to the lodge for a great lunch prepared by Chef Zane with wines from Fisher Vineyards and David Arthur Vineyards. This is sure to be a day you will enjoy and talk about for years to come.
Buy Tickets to Mud, Sweat & Cheers Online.
Photos of Previous Years
Posted on June 12, 2012 by Sarah Myers | in Chef Zane, Events, Festivals and Concerts | Comments Off
Main Street in Park city is home to a myriad of restaurants of many different shapes, sizes and tastes. That is one of the reasons why the Park City Restaurant Association started the event, Savor the Summit. This event takes many of the amazing restaurants main street has to offer, and puts them on a table running down the middle of the street.
In the middle of it all
At Savor the Summit the street is closed off to traffic but the shops are still open to the general public. One large table, the “Grande Table”, is placed down the middle of Park City’s Main Street, this offers a dining experience that you can not find anywhere else. Music will accompany the meal to provide just the right ambiance. Savor the Summit takes place June 23 and is open to the general public to peruse Main Street, but if a taste is what you want, tickets sell out fast.
Reservations for Savor the Summit
Making reservations at the Savor the Summit event is simple. To reserve your seat, you must call one of the participating restaurants to make a reservation. There are over 20 restaurants that are offering their menus and more are being added. Menu prices range from $40-$150 a person. This is the 5th year the event has taken place, and every year it has sold out. So if you want to ensure your seat, call and make reservations quickly.
Posted on June 5, 2012 by Sarah Myers | in Events, Festivals and Concerts | Comments Off
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This year, the Summer Olympic Games are taking place in London, England. If you can’t make it to see the games in person, it can still be exciting to watch the events unfold in the comforts of your own home. But if a ticket to London just isn’t in the works and you’re left craving some live Olympic action, come to Park City and enjoy the Flying Ace Freestyle Show.
Although the Olympic games taking place this year are the summer games, seekers can still find the same Olympic spirit and excitement at the Utah Olympic Legacy. One of the exciting events that you can watch is the Flying Ace Freestyle Show. Described as a “human fireworks show” Olympians and national-athletes in skiing and snowboarding soar up to 60-feet in the air to perform flips and tricks before coming down and splashing in a pool – all choreographed to music, of course. The show is about thirty minutes and runs every Saturday at 5 p.m. from June 9 – Sept. 1. The trip is a must see for families looking for a weekend activity.
Utah’s Olympic Legacy
Utah was the site of the 2002 Winter Olympic games and many events took place in Park City. So as to not forget the amazing event that graced Park City, the Utah Olympic Legacy was created. This is a non-profit organization that runs and maintains the Utah Olympic Facilities and gives the community a chance to participate and learn about winter sports and run family activities throughout both summer and winter.
Tickets can be purchased at the Utah Olympic Legacy museum.