The world premier of "I Ride Park City," the resort’s second feature film, is Tuesday, Aug. 26 at the Town Life Plaza at 9 p.m.
The film features some of the top riders in the world including Shaun White, Torah Bright, Torstein Horgmo, Eero Ettala, Aaron Biittner, Heikki Sorsa, Dan Brisse and Erin Comstock. Autographs will be signed at 8 p.m.
Admission is free and prizes will be given.
Gov office requests response to survey
Park City Chamber Bureau members and other interested parties are invited to participate in the Governor’s Office of Economic Development Ten Point Plan survey for economic development.
The purpose of the invitation is to make sure Summit County has a voice in Utah’s development.
The deadline for input is Friday, Aug. 29.
The survey is at: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=XG6imLxCQ6yv3ESOhQUBBA_3d_3d
Volunteers sought for Family Festival
The Third Annual Fall Family Festival, supported by the Youth Winter Sports Alliance in conjunction with the Park City Ice Arena, will take place on September 13.
The event will be held at the Park City Ice Arena & Sports Complex from noon to 4 p.m.
All proceeds from the Fall Family Fest go directly to the "Get to Know the Snow & Ice" Scholarship Fund, which provides access to winter sports for at- risk and disadvantaged elementary children.
Volunteer opportunities are available in the following areas: Gates, hospitality, concessions, kids area and set-up/tear-down. For questions or to sign up to volunteer, please contact Ginger Ries at 435.640.1168 or email@example.com
Deer Valley introduces new mustard
Deer Valley Resort’s food and beverage operation is now offering their Fireside Fig Mustard, a popular condiment with visitors, through the company’s Signatures stores. The mustard was introduced last winter and was an instant hit. Four-ounce bottles sell for $5.75.
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