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The ultimate Park City summer event calendar 2023

NAC Barn PartyJune 3 Giddy up to the National Ability Center for a family-friendly evening with dinner, live music, a mechanical bull, an auction and more. Park City Trail SeriesJune 3, July 8, August 5 On your mark, get set, run! The Park City Trail Series hosts three races around the Park City area over
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10 great summer 2023 events in and around Park City

What was once an uneventful time of the year in the mountains is now chock-full of fun and festive events — from concerts and athletic competitions to parades, art fests, food fun and more. Here are some events you won’t want to miss. Park Silly Sunday Market Back for its 17th season, the Park Silly
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Park City Style Catalogue

The gold of the Andes: Alpaca International

Ninety-five percent of the alpaca fiber in the world has one source: the high Andes in Peru. “Alpacas are an important legacy of my ancestors,” says Zia Boccaccio-De La Vega, the founder and CEO of Alpaca International. “It has been a dream to introduce the noble alpaca fiber to the American market as a fashion
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PCStyle Summer/Fall 2023 E-Edition

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Uncharted Supply Company has everything you need to withstand life’s perils

People often ask Christian Schauf, founder of Uncharted Supply Company, for an example of when the gear his company makes saved someone’s life. “We don’t get a lot of life-or-death stories because our gear typically fixes the situation before it gets too serious,” Christian explains. “For example, I have countless stories where our Zeus battery
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Features

Woodward Park City delivers the best in action sports year-round

Woodward started as a gymnastics camp on a Pennsylvania farm over 50 years ago. After seeing substantial crossover between gymnastics and action sports, the Woodward brand expanded to include facilities, camps, and programs for sports like BMX, skateboarding, mountain biking, and skiing and snowboarding. Today, there are nine Woodward facilities spread across the US —
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Dining

The brunch spot in Park City

Sterling Steak and Lounge owner Jackson Sterling knows music, restaurants and brunch. His father and business partner, Lance Sterling, was part of the House of Blues franchise and opened many of his own music venues. In California, where Jackson is originally from, he managed gospel brunches every Sunday at The Rose in Pasadena for over
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Inspire

A history of adaptive sports in Park City

When Tracy Meier scored an internship in therapeutic recreation at the National Ability Center (NAC) in 2002, she found herself in a bustling city that was busy welcoming the 2002 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games. That fateful winter, through her work at the NAC, Tracy also met her future husband, Monte. “It was my second
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MountainStyle Living

The inside scoop on Park City real estate 2023

The real estate market is constantly changing, leaving buyers and sellers unsure of when to make a move and when to lay low. To provide some insight, we sat down with Abbi Martz and Bill Ligety, long-term Parkites who are recognized among America’s top 1 percent of real estate professionals. The time- proven team works
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Dining

Multiple dining options at the Pendry in Canyons Village, Park City

With the opening of the Pendry Park City boutique hotel last ski season visitors and locals got more than just a new ski-in, ski-out lodging destination, they got a handful of impressive new dining options. Pendry, which sits at the base of Canyon Village, boasts five new dining destinations — six if you include the
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