Bring your little ghosts and goblins to Main Street for fun and safe Trick-or-Treating, compliments of all participating merchant. Main Street will be closed to vehicle traffic between Heber Avenue and the Brew Pub Parking Lot.
Did you know there was a time when Kings & Queens ruled Park City – as well as cleaned, cooked and staffed the front desk at the Chateaux Après Lodge?
This is Hope Woodside with your weekly Park City History Bit.
Back in the 1970s and ‘80s the owners of Chateaux Après, Ed and Sue Hosenfeld, ran ads throughout the United States to recruit kids to help them run the lodge with their eight children. To boost response, they nicknamed the positions “Kings” and “Queens.”
An icon of Park City's historic past has been preserved in Park City's Old Town and city council on Thursday will tour the site where the Historic Wall, forge, and floor were recently completed. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Did you know Park City’s first ski resort was actually started by two ski buddies?
This is Bill Redeker with your weekly Park City History Bit.
“Snow Park”, as the resort was called, was built in the summer of 1946 where lower Deer Valley Resort is today and was named after the local ski club. The founders were two friends, Otto Carpenter and Bob Burns.
The original lift, called the Ottobahn, was a T-bar. When the T-bars were unoccupied, they would drag in the snow, get caught and start pulling down the lift.