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Historic Park City Alliance introduces inaugural Snow Globe Stroll

Park City— The Historic Park City Alliance, the 501(c)6 not-for-profit membership organization comprised of merchants within Park City’s Historic business district announces the inaugural Snow Globe Stroll, a temporary installation of nine life-sized, interactive Snow Globes to line Main Street this holiday season.  

“We wanted to create an opportunity that celebrated the magic of Park City,” explains Alison Kuhlow, executive director of the Historic Park City Alliance. “The combination of life-sized, interactive snow globes designed represent all that makes Park City so special felt like the perfect way to celebrate the winter season in our charming mountain town.”

“While the Snow Globe Stroll was conceptualized before COVID-19’s spread in the United States, the format of the Stroll lends itself to today’s environment with COVID restrictions and precautions included in the exhibition. The Globes are a contactless experience. We ask that visitors wear face coverings, as required by local and state laws, and encourage visitors to follow general safety practices to reduce their exposure to COVID.  We also ask that visitors stay home if feeling unwell or have had a known exposure to COVID,” adds Kuhlow.

The Snow Globe Stroll begins November 28, 2020, and runs through January 3, 2021. The Globes are available for early viewing beginning November 20, 2020.

In addition to viewing the Globes, event organizers have created interactive experiences to enjoy while viewing the Globes and while at home.

●      Each Globe hosts a secret letter (two globes have two letters), when joined together the letters answer a riddle. The word scramble riddle is available at https://historicparkcityutah.com/news/snow-globe-stroll, or through a QR code available on the Snow Globes.

●      A Snow Globe Stroll coloring page is available to download.

●      A strolling Santa and his Elf visit Main Street Saturday, November 28, and Saturday, December 12 from 2:00 – 6:00 pm 

●    “Elves on the Street” participating merchants will host oversized elf dolls to partake in holiday antics beginning November 28, 2020. The elves, which are viewable from the street, are scheduled to visit a different merchant each day.

Visitors are encouraged to support the more than 200 businesses that line Park City’s Historic Main Street. The majority of Historic Park City’s businesses are locally owned and operated. All businesses operate within Summit County’s COVID-19 restrictions and precautions.

The Snow Globe Stroll is supported by the Summit County Restaurant Tax Grant, the Park City Chamber and Visitors Bureau, and Park City Municipal Corporation.

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