2010 The Historic Park City Alliance (HPCA) is pleased to host a bag full of tricks and treats on and around Park City’s Main Street as Halloween approaches. Kids and adults are invited to take part in creative classes and ghoulish festivities in two weeks leading up to Halloween.
Park City’s annual Howl-o-Ween and Dog Parade returns once again, along with The Thriller Snow Dance. Hosted by Park City Mountain Resort at Town Lift Plaza, the Thriller Snow Dance brings together winter enthusiasts of all ages to celebrate the upcoming winter season and pay homage to Utah’s snow gods. A full list of Halloween events in the Park City Historic District appears below.
“HPCA merchants are excited to be an important part of Park City’s Halloween festivities year after year,” said Alison Butz, Executive Director of the HMBA. “Halloween in Park City is truly a community event. Many of the Halloween festivities are geared for people of all ages, and it encourages friends and neighbors to connect in Park City.”
8pm, Thurs-Sat; Bram Stoker’s Dracula, the original vampire tale, premiers
6pm, Sun. at the Egyptian Theater. Call the Egyptian Theater for tickets and more information: 435.649.9371.
Monday, October 25
4-5pm Kimball Art Center hosts Mud Monsters for tots. Students create ghosts, goblins, spiders and pumpkins from clay. Space is limited. Call Kimball Art Center to sign up: 435.649.8882.
Wednesday, October 27
4-5pm Kimball Art Center hosts Candy Collection Bags for youth. Students create a unique canvas tote and candy bag for Halloween using glitter, paint, feathers and other items to create a spooky and fun bag. Space is limited. Call Kimball Art Center to sign up: 435.649.8882.
Friday, October 29
3-6pm Park City Mountain Resort brings the Thriller Snow Dance back to Town Lift Plaza for the second year in a row. Costumed kids and adults learn the dance to Michael Jackson’s Thriller to celebrate the coming winter snow. The Thriller Snow Dance practice will take place at Town Lift Plaza from 3-5p, and participants will debut their dance from 5-6. Costumes are heavily encouraged, and face painters will be available at the Plaza.
5-7:30p Park City Museum’s annual Dungeon Party: Night at the Museum Fundraiser will begin at the Elks Club for hors d’oeuvres and drinks served by renowned Park City chefs. Guests are invited to the Park City Museum for a behind-the-scenes ghost tour afterwards. New and current members of the Museum are invited to attend. Call the Museum for information on memberships: 435.649.7457.
Sunday, October 31
3-5:30p Main Street is closed off to vehicle traffic for the annual Trick-or-Treating on Main Street, with more than 100 participating merchants.
5-5:30p Costumed dogs and their owners will march along Main Street for the annual Dog Parade. The Dog Parade will start at Heber Avenue and continue to the Wasatch Brew Pub.