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Healing Sounds Series: Maloca Sound & The Violiness @ The Shop

Friday, March 1, from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Join Mountain Town Music & Wild Women Tribe for a Sound Bath and Guided Meditation by Maloca Sound and The Violiness at The Shop. Experience an immersive sound bath with instruments to induce a theta brainwave state. Features handpans, wooden tongue drums, skin drums, crystal bowls, tuning forks, gongs, violin, and more. The event includes meditation, breathwork, and a community sharing circle, supporting Summit County’s vulnerable groups. COST: $30

Sip, Sample, & See @ Wellness and Esthetics

Thursday, February 29, from 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Enjoy live treatment demos by Dr. Batcheller, sample popular products, savor delicious food and drinks, and take advantage of their seasonal sales.

1816 Prospector Avenue
Park City, UT

Luminar & Fujifilm Photo Walk in Deer Creek Reservoir

Saturday, March 9, from 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Join the Luminar & Fujifilm North America Photo Walk, a collaboration with local photographer, Benjamin Theurer. This free event is part of nearly 50 across the U.S. this March. Embrace photography with other enthusiasts, explore our hidden gems, and gain insights from Skylum and Fujifilm experts. Connect, learn, and see your world through a new lens with this unique mini-adventure. Don’t miss out on this celebration of photography and community spirit.

Creating a Tropical Terrarium: Park City Gardens

Wednesday, March 13, @ 5:00 PM

This will definitely sell out so I am listing early.  There are only 3 spots left!

Join a workshop in the greenhouse to craft your very own sustainable terrarium. Participants will be provided with a terrarium vessel, plants, materials, and guided instruction. The workshop also includes light bites and drinks, offering a delightful blend of creativity and social interaction.

The Power of Friendships w/NPR Legal Affairs Correspondent Nina Totenberg 

Wednesday, March 6, @ 2:00 PM VIA ZOOM

Join Nina Totenberg for a chat about her book “Dinners With Ruth,” a heartwarming memoir of her 50-year friendship with Ruth Bader Ginsburg. This intimate event promises insights into their inspiring journey, celebrating the power of female friendships in shaping careers and lives.

Be a Kick-Ass Boss Without Losing Your Humanity: Author Talk w/Kim Scott

Wednesday, February 28, @ 12:00 PM VIA ZOOM

Join bestselling author Kim Scott for a workshop on her Radical Candor feedback framework. Learn to give feedback effectively while maintaining humanity. Scott will share insights from her experiences as a CEO coach and leader. Ideal for those seeking to build cohesive teams and foster a culture of open communication.

Snowbound Lecture: Park City Museum 

Wednesday, February 28 @ 5:00 PM 

David Nicholas and Stu Stanek will discuss the challenging winter of 1951/52 and its impact on train operations in Park City and the western states, including the rescue of passengers from the “City of San Francisco” streamliner. Nicholas, a local history enthusiast and Park City Museum Board member, joins Stanek, a veteran broadcaster with extensive experience in radio station management. Together, they bring unique perspectives to this historical event. Join them for an insightful exploration of this dramatic period in transportation history.

Little Free Art Show Swap @ Park City Library 

March 1 - May 31

Check out the Park City Library’s little free art swap in the Sustainability Resource Center. It’s a cool spot to share your art with the community or pick up a unique piece. Whether you’re dropping off a creation or finding a new favorite, it’s a fun way to connect through art and liven up your home with some new art!

Susanna Bransford, Park City’s Silver Queen Lecture: Park City Museum

Wednesday, March 6, from 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Delve into the life of Susanna Bransford, the epitome of Park City’s formidable women, who rose from penniless to a Gilded Age titan. This lecture will be presented by presented by Sandy Brumley and Melissa Clark.

2079 Sidewinder Drive
Park City, UT
Images: Courtesy Park City Historical Society S& Museum, Raye Ringholz Collection

All Of Us Strangers @ Park City Film

March 1 - 3 / Fri & Sat @ 7:00 PM / Sun @ 6:00 PM

One night in his near-empty tower block in contemporary London, Adam (Andrew Scott) has a chance encounter with a mysterious neighbor Harry (Paul Mescal), which punctures the rhythm of his everyday life. As a relationship develops between them, Adam is preoccupied with memories of the past and finds himself drawn back to the suburban town where he grew up, and the childhood home where his parents (Claire Foy and Jamie Bell), appear to be living, just as they were on the day they died, 30 years before.

Nominated for 6 BAFTA Awards


Pasang: In the Shadow of Everest @ Park City Film 

Thursday, February 29, @ 7:00 PM 

“PASANG: In the Shadow of Everest” chronicles Pasang Lhamu Sherpa’s relentless quest to become the first Nepali woman to summit Everest in 1993. As an uneducated, indigenous woman and a Buddhist in a Hindu kingdom, Pasang’s dream to scale the legendary mountain pit her against family, foreign climbers, her own government, and nature itself. Her determined pursuit of Everest plays out within the context of her nation’s quest for democracy and the emergence of the commercial climbing industry. As told by the Nepalis who knew her, by some of the world’s most notable alpinists, and by Pasang herself, her historic quest would transfix her country and uplift a new generation’s belief in its possibilities.

In Nepali and English with subtitles.

Part of the Raising Voices Film Series, supported with grant funding from Park City Chamber and Park City Municipal Corp.