Calendar of Events
January 1 - January 9, 2023
Historic Park City Alliance
The Historic Park City Snow Globe Stroll features nine interactive life-sized Snow Globes designed to represent everything there is to love about Park City. Each globe will highlight a Christmas carol.
January 6
Fox School of Wine
6:30 pm - 7:45 pm
A high level wine educator will present a well-paced tasting of five, approachable, under-$40 hidden gem wines that you may have overlooked. You'll receive a tasting pour of each wine, stories and history about the winery, grapes, and region, food pairing ideas... and more!

January 7
Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter
5:30 - 7 pm
Explore the wetlands of the Preserve at night to view the full moon from a unique perspective! This family friendly event is a great way to get onto the preserve at night and learn all about the unique winter and nighttime adaptations of the animals who call Swaner Home.
January 8
The Park City Institute
BalletNEXT will make its debut at the Eccles Center Stage in Park City. The program will take you on a musical journey from Tchaikovsky to Steve Reich. One of the highlights will be the Park City premiere of Surmisable Units which is set to Steve Reich’s “Piano Phase” and opens with a solo by Wiles, who is then joined by a cast of 5 BalletNEXT dancers.
January 13
The Park City Institute
7:30 pm - 9 pm
It’s love at first laugh with The Second City! Bring your partner, lover, significant other, spouse, friend with benefits, friend with EXTRA benefits, platonic BFF, or your spectacularly single self to The Second City Swipes Right: An Incomplete Guide to The Ultimate Date Night, the brand-new experience you’ve been aching for.
January 14 & 20
Canyons VMA
4 pm
Join us this winter for Silver Sky Nights! Live music, treats, spectacular fireworks displays await throughout the season. Each event will begin at 4pm, with fireworks starting at varying times. Live ice carving demonstration by Iceworks, Live Music, and Fireworks starting at 6pm.
January 19 - 29, 2023
Sundance Institute
Designed with the priority of bringing the Sundance community back together in theaters to watch and experience next year’s culture-shaping stories, the Sundance Film Festival welcomes audiences across the country to view select films both in person and online.
January 21
Mindful Cuisine
6 pm - 9 pm
You will make Cioppino, a rustic Italian-American seafood stew in a tomato and wine broth. This delicious dish is a great make-ahead dinner party dish, as the broth and all the vegetables can be prepared ahead of time, with the seafood added just prior to serving.
Stuffed Artichokes Oreganata
Sicilian-style Citrus Salad
Amaretti & Chocolate Cake
**Sign up by January 14 to secure your spot **
January 27
Downstairs Park City
9 pm - 11:59 pm
Featuring: DOMBRESKY - Part of Park City's first Winter Concert Series since 2020 Featuring premier House DJs taking place during weekend two of the Sundance Film Festival in an intimate 250 capacity venue on Park City's Historic Main St.

Winter Activities

Experience a thrill of a lifetime in a bobsled on the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games Sliding Track on our Winter Bobsled Experience. The Track was home to bobsled, skeleton and luge events during the 2002 Salt Lake Olympic Winter Games. It’s an Olympic experience not to be missed! Please note: Riders must be 16+ years of age and 100+ lbs. to ride.

From beginner to expert, the Indoor Hub is a cutting edge action sports facility built for excitement and designed for progression for a variety of action sports. Experience airbags, trampolines, foam pits, parkour zones, ramps, spring floors, a pump track, and 10,000 square feet of concrete park. There are coaches stationed throughout the facility to provide supervision and help you progress.
National Park Feature

Winter is a quiet time to visit Arches. Discover a landscape of contrasting colors, land forms, and textures unlike any other. The park has over 2,000 natural stone arches, hundreds of soaring pinnacles, massive rock fins, and giant balanced rocks. This red-rock wonderland will amaze you with its formations, refresh you with its trails, and inspire you with its sunsets.

This park was aptly named for its more than 2,000 arches, the largest concentration in the world. These landmarks formed from millions of years' worth of seismic activity as the area shifted, wrinkled and expanded, leaving exposed sandstone to spread to the surface. Water eventually began eroding the sandstone into fins, or narrow, thin rock faces. Then, water seeped into the cracks of the fins and froze and expanded, which caused chunks of sandstone to fall out and form a window. Water and wind continued to erode the window until it became an arch.

Among the park's best-known arches are the Delicate Arch, which is depicted on the Utah license plate, and the Landscape Arch — the largest of them all. Landscape Arch stretches 306 feet across, or about the length of a football field.
Camping in the Arches

Between November and February, there are 25 sites at Devils Garden Campground, first-come, first-served. There are restrooms and drinking water at the campground. Collecting wood is prohibited. You can purchase firewood at the visitor center or in Moab.

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