Business briefs for Sept. 13
Newcomers luncheon at Deer Valley
If you’re new to Park City, start off the season with "Newcomers of Greater PC" at our annual fall kick-off luncheon on Wed. Sept. 17 from noon to 2 p.m. at Silverlake Lodge, Deer Valley.
Cost is $30. Information and special interest tables will be there to answer questions and provide info on Newcomers activities for the season. Jim Santy will be our special speaker. Seating is limited, RSVP Dona Fairbains at 649-4344.
Meet food producers at Whole Foods’ "farmer’s market"
Whole Foods Market’s second annual Farmers and Food Artisans Road Tour is a farmer’s market event at stores across the Rocky Mountain Region that will take place at the Kimball Junction store at Redstone Center on Sept. 14.
Shoppers will have the opportunity to meet the food producers and learn the behind-the-scenes story as vendors sample and sell their products. During the event, proceeds from the purchase of prepared lunches will be contributed to local non-profits.
Eco-friendly concrete staining workshop
Today, Sept. 13, 10 a.m. to noon join The Green Building Center’s stains and finishes expert Mike Heidinger and Park City store expert Linda Karz for information and demonstrations of Eco Procote’s SoyCrete stain and finish. 15 percent off all Eco Procote Stains and Sealers for participants on the day of the workshop. $35 pre-registration required.
The Green Building Center
1105 Iron Horse Drive
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