It’s the most wonderful season of all…at least that is what the song says. And who would argue? Christmas is a time of laughter, love, family, and celebration. In Park City, where you can see both the majesty of the mountains, and the beauty of the valley below, it is especially beautiful.
Here are some popular events you have to check out.
Deer Valley Celebrity Skifest
December 2-4, 2016
Every year Deer Valley kicks things off with a gathering of ski legends, former Olympians, television and movie celebrities, and more. They hold a race for the Skifest title, and take part in a number of fun activities for the whole family. Deer Valley Celebrity Skifest
Park City Film Series
Weekly Through Month of December
The Park City Film Series is a time honored tradition that plays movies based on season, theme, and demand. As Christmas approaches they will have a weekly screening of holiday classics for you to enjoy. Be sure to also check out the many documentaries and independent films screened by the society. Park City Film Series
Park City Singers
December 15, 2016, 7:00pm and December 18, 2016, 7:00pm
For the last nineteen years the Park City Singers have delighted audiences with gorgeous renditions of beloved songs. Every holiday season they gather for a couple of performances at local venues and churches, and this year is no different. They will be performing two concerts, and tickets are on sale now. Hurry up, because they sell out fast. Park City Singers
Santa Comes Down Town Lift
December 17, 2016, 5:30 pm
Just imagine the delight on your kid’s faces when they look up into the sky and see Santa coming down in his bright, glittering sleigh. The Santa Lift is one of the most popular and notorious events in Park City, and it draws hundreds of watchful eyes every year in the Town Lift Plaza. Santa Comes Down Town Lift
54th Annual Torchlight Parade
December 24, 2016, 5:30 pm – Dusk
Every Christmas Eve, Park City offers a free event for residents and guests. It is a torch parade, lighting up the night with bright lights. Having run for 54 years as of this season, it is the longest running tradition in the small town. So bundle up, light your torch, and head down to the parade to celebrate the night before Christmas in style. Music, food and more will be provided. 54th Annual Torchlight Parade
New Year’s Eve Celebration
December 31, 2016, 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm
When Christmas ends the fun isn’t over. Bring in the new year with live music, food, drinks, family friendly events, and – of course – fireworks. New Year’s Eve Celebration
Find out more about coming events, life, and real estate in Park City at Jensen and Company.