Soon, ski season will be out and springtime activities will be in. There’s plenty to do in Park City during the spring months, especially once crowds dissipate and snow piles melt. Here are a few things that the Kiln Park City team is looking forward to trying this season.
Park City Yoga Adventures hosts paddleboarding yoga in a hot springs crater! We’re not kidding. Homestead’s Crater is dazzling with its blue-green mineral water. For springtime, you can even couple your paddleboard yoga session with a sunrise or sunset hike led by an instructor.
In the coming months, Park City Sailing will be reopening for another beautiful summer on the Jordanelle. Their adult group and private lessons, as well as youth summer camps and Women and Wind Wednesdays, are not to be missed.
For film-lovers, Park City Film is now offering Private Film Screenings, where the Jim Santy Auditorium is up for grabs on select nights through May 22nd. You and your private group of up to 30 people can choose from any of films available on the list curated by Park City Film. Popcorn and concessions are available, too.
There’s so much going on downtown. We’re looking forward to upcoming music performances at O.P. Rockwell Cocktail Lounge and Music Hall and checking out Main Street’s Art Galleries and Pop-Up Shops. After a Covid-19 related hiatus, Park City’s Silly Market is back this summer, every Sunday starting on June 6th. I bet you’ll catch the Kiln team downtown every weekend!
We’re excited for the return of Deer Valley’s Summer Music Festival featuring the Utah Symphony. This year’s remarkable lineup includes The Beach Boys, Kristin Chenoweth, The Temptations, and more. Outdoor performances at Deer Valley’s Snow Park Amphitheater take place on Fridays between June and August. There’s something for everyone!
And in case you haven’t our big news, Kiln Park City is officially opening its doors in Kimball Junction on April 7th. Our new location joins existing Kiln spaces in Lehi and Salt Lake, as well as Boulder, Colorado. Kiln Park City includes dedicated studio suites, flexible-lease private offices, and shared desks for those who just want to drop in for an hour or two. Of course, Kiln wouldn’t be complete without a fireplace lounge, shared kitchen, a mountaineering room for ski and bike storage, and a schedule of events catered towards entrepreneurs, female-founders, and early-stage tech ventures.
Stop by Kiln Park City during business hours or book a tour to see the space anytime! We’re looking forward to seeing you around Park City this spring.