Due to organizational problems, the annual community Thanksgiving meal at Park City High School has been cancelled. Strike the Motherlode on Main Street The Historic Main Street Business Alliance (HMBA) will host a Strike the Motherlode shopping event from Nov. 24 to Dec. 17. To entice shoppers to Historic Main Street, over 70 HMBA merchants, restaurants and sponsors are providing thousands of dollars in cash and merchandise prizes. Each $25 spent at participating merchants, restaurants and lodging establishments will provide another opportunity to win a prize. The shopping event will culminate with a party on Dec. 17 at the Town Lift Plaza, starting at 4 p.m. The giveaways will be integrated with the long standing tradition of Santa’s arrival on the town ski lift, sponsored by The Park City Mountain Resort. There will be live music, refreshments and fun for the kids. The prize drawings for merchandise and several cash prizes ranging up to $1,000 as well as the $5,000 cash grand prize to the best shoppers on Main Street will be done at this time. In conjunction with this event, the Park City Council has agreed to offer free parking in all city-owned spots, while retaining time limits. All private parking lots will be waiving their fees as well. For more information visit http://www.strikethemotherlode.com. The First NoMel held North of Main The Merchants of the North of Main Alliance (Noma) district will host The First NoMel on Nov. 25. Prizes will include a season pass to Park City Mountain Resort, a family track pass to White Pine Touring X-C Track, one pair of free Rossignol "B" series skis and bindings and a $250 gift certificate to No Place Like Home. On Nov. 25 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. there will be shopping and dining and the NoMel bounty hunt. From 3 to 6 p.m. there will be music, hot chocolate, face painting and food. At 6 p.m. there will be music, caroling, santa’s arrival, the bounty hunt drawing and The First NoMel tree lighting.
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