Park City Women’s Business Network luncheon
The Park City Women’s Business Network will meet on Tuesday, May 14 at The Homestead Resort in Midway for its monthly networking event. This month’s meeting is a luncheon featuring two speakers from the Salt Lake Chamber, including Pamela Okumura from the Women’s Business Center, and Maria Nelson, who will speak about the chamber’s "Clear the Air" challenge.
Those who attend are asked to pay the $20 event cost in advance at http://www.pcwbn.org . Luncheon attendees have the opportunity to golf before or after the meeting at Crater Springs Golf Course at Homestead Resort for just $30 for 18-holes, or $20 for 9-holes (both fees include a cart). To set up a tee time, contact Kim Duffett at email@example.com .
Dishcrawl ‘Part Deux’
Dishcrawl Park City, a new event that débuted on Main Street April 17 was such a success that the second is already selling out quickly, according to Rebecca Noel, Dishcrawl ambassador. Dishcrawl "Part Deux" will be held on Wednesday, May 22 at 7 p.m. featuring four restaurants that are considered hidden gems by locals, she added. During the event, diners will have the opportunity to taste each restaurant’s signature menu items and learn about further offerings throughout the year. Restaurant gift certificates will also be won by guests during "foodie trivia" games throughout the night. Each Dishcrawl event hosts up to 40 guests and only 15 tickets remain. Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online at http://www.dishcrawl.com/partdeux .
PCMR season pass deal windup
Special limited-time pricing on season passes for Park City Mountain Resort’s Golden Anniversary 2013-14 winter season is in its final days – best prices of the year expire after Wednesday, May 15.
Before this date, the resort’s adult (ages 25-64) season pass starts at $695 and youth (ages 7-12) passes start at $135. All season passes are customizable with Park City Mountain Resort’s "My Pass. My Way" options, allowing season pass-holders to add the features that are important to them, including: summer lift access, Fast Tracks express-lane access, night skiing/riding privileges and underground parking. Youth and Teen pass-holders who purchase by the deadline also receive a $100 rebate on a week of summer camp at any Camp Woodward this year.
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