Business Briefs for Nov. 10-12 |

Business Briefs for Nov. 10-12

Kids Day on Main St.; local company sold; Victory Ranch has new trails

Main Street to hold Kids Day

According to a press release, the Park City Business Alliance is organizing a Kids Day Out on Saturday, Nov. 13. Activities will include a children’s book signing at Images of Nature, cookie decorating at Cows, Dolly’s story time and Red Banjo kids pizza-making to name a few. Activities will take place between noon to 4 p.m. that day.

Local solar company purchased

According to a press release, Enfinity America Corporation, an international solar power project developer, has acquired U.S. solar developer ClearPeak based in Park City. Enfinity will retain all ClearPeak executives and adopt ClearPeak’s pipeline of renewable energy customers and projects.

Victory Ranch opens new trail system

According to a press release, Victory Ranch Club has unveiled a new trail system for hikers, bikers, equestrian users and cross-country skiers. The ten trails total more than 20 miles in combined distance and provide routes for any ability level. These exclusive trails include six single-track trails, one double-track trail, two riverfront-walking trails and an ATV access road. Trail distances range between 0.3 miles and 4.5 miles, with the option of combining multiple routes for an even longer trail experience. Guests may choose from short, flat loops along the lush Upper Provo River to long, steep hikes that wind through Utah’s diverse high desert ecosystem. Eighty-four percent of Victory Ranch property is considered "open space," which allows trail users uninterrupted views of the Uinta and surrounding mountains.