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It has snowed at higher elevations and there is certainly a chill in the air indicating that winter is fast approaching.  That being said, autumn in Park City has been absolutely beautiful and we continue to enjoy the crisp air, warm sun, and colorful foliage.  This week in Park City features a long list of fall and Halloween inspired activities - spooky, creative, and even a little something to get us excited for ski season.

Guest Post Provided by Sundance Institute's Linda Pfafflin & Nate Von Zumwalt

SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL JANUARY 21-31, 2016
Navigating the world of ticketing at the Sundance Film Festival can seem a daunting undertaking. Fortunately, Sundance's own expert in the field, Linda Pfafflin, knows the ins and outs better than anyone, and for the last few years she's made herself a resource for audiences looking for seats. Below, she shares some of the lesser known avenues into both the films you'd never thought you had a chance at seeing, and those you'd never thought to try.

Photo Credit: Kimball Art Center/Mark Maziarz
When: Friday, July 31 5:00-9:00 PM; Saturday, August 1 9:00 AM-7:00 PM; Sunday, August 2 9:00 AM-6:00 PM
Where: Park City's Historic Main Street

Another acclaimed Park City summer event is just around the corner, and we couldn't be more excited.  Approaching its 50th anniversary, the Kimball Arts Festival returns this year with over 200 artists from across the United States for a weekend filled with art, cuisine, and music on Park City's Historic Main Street.

Make this Valentine's Day special by celebrating with your loved-one in Park City. 

While temperatures may be well below freezing throughout most of the country, couples can heat things up in Park City Whether its dinner in a Viking Yurt that warms your heart or a hot air balloon that makes you swoon, Park City has something to offer everyone this Valentine's Day. 

It's going to be a white Christmas in Park City, Utah's most famous mountain town and ski resort area.  The first major snowstorm of the season just dumped nearly 18" of the fluffy white stuff on our mountain town.  But there's more to Park City at Christmas time than sliding down our world-class slopes. Park City hosts a series of popular holiday musical events, strolling elves, holiday carols on Main Street and shopping our unique stores and galleries. 

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