With more than 200 unique businesses featured in Park City’s Historic district, the Historic Park City Alliance (HPCA), gives guests a few more reasons to visit the vibrant downtown scene this season. The fall spectacle kicks off with the return of the Snow Globe Stroll beginning Wednesday, Nov. 17.
“With so much to celebrate this season, our local businesses are excited to be at the center of it all,” explains Ginger Wicks, Executive Director of the Historic Park City Alliance. “Our signature Snow Globe Stroll and annual Electric Light Parade, along with Small Business Saturday and our favorite holiday traditions are great ways to leisurely enjoy the brisk outdoors and all that our business district has to offer.”
Fall and holiday events scheduled on Park City’s Historic Main Street include:
Snow Globe Stroll
Nov. 17 – Jan. 5
Back for the second year in a row, the Snow Globe Stroll will feature nine life-size snow globes featuring Park City winter themes. Park City will also have holiday decorations around Main Street including Santa’s mailbox and Christmas tree.
Small Business Saturday
Saturday, Nov. 27
Shop Small this holiday season with any of Historic Park City’s merchants to support local businesses and spread joy throughout the community.
Grand Menorah Lighting
Wednesday, Dec. 1
This annual event lights up a Grand Menorah on Main Street at Miners Park to celebrate Hanukkah. Sponsored by Chabad Lubavitch of Park City.
Electric Light Parade
Saturday, Dec. 4 | 4 – 6:30 p.m.
Park City celebrates the return of this annual celebration as brightly lit floats travel down Main Street. Participants have the chance to win cash prizes awarded by a panel of local judges and can register their floats at historicparkcityutah.com. (The event moved off the Thanksgiving holiday weekend to encourage merchants and community members to participate and enjoy an impressive light display.)
Santa Comes Down the Town Lift
Saturday, Dec. 18
Santa’s elves called ahead and are planning to make an appearance a week before the Christmas holiday. Park City Mountain Resort is helping confirm Santa’s schedule.