Main Street decks out for the holidays
Historic Park City Alliance
What: Small Business Saturday on Main Street
When: 5:30 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 24
Where: Historic Main Street
Historic Park City’s more than 200 specialty shops, galleries, and restaurants welcome the holiday season with festive events and activities, starting Saturday, Nov. 24, with Small Business Saturday.
“Celebrating the holidays in Historic Park City combines shopping, great food, entertainment, family togetherness, and a chance to experience our unique history and local flavor,” says Historic Park City executive director Michael Barille. “Merchants in the district look forward to hosting guests and celebrating the magic of the season.”
Historic Park City kicks with the lighting of the Town Christmas Tree in Main Street’s Miners Park, the lighting of the Main Street lights and the annual Electric Parade — a carnival of glittering cars, trucks, trolleys and other creative vehicles.
Santa Claus and holiday carolers complete the evening.
Holiday festivities begin with the town lighting events at 5:30 p.m. in Main Street’s Miner’s Park. The Electric Parade procession arrives on Main Street at 6 p.m.
Holiday festivities continue in Historic Park City through the season and will include 12 days of holiday celebrations with participating merchants from Small Business Saturday through Dec. 5. During the 12 days of Christmas in Historic Park City, visitors can win gift certificates from participating merchants and participate in one-of-a-kind experiences. A Strolling Santa and carolers will spread holiday cheer on select dates through the holiday season.
Historic Park City and Park City Municipal are offering Go Park City App users one free parking session on Main Street. Also, parking in China Bridge is free until 5 p.m.
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“We wouldn’t want to be responsible for a massive COVID outbreak, and the Santa Pub Crawl attracts hundreds of people every year who gather in small venues up and down Main Street. We felt it wasn’t good timing.”