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CRAFT ART ADVENTURE

Adventures in Bringing Creative Ideas to Life  

 

Whether you’re an experienced craftsperson on the Martha Stewart level, or simply one who appreciates the handiwork of those who create beauty, here are some ideas for a day filled with creative endeavors in the Park City-Summit County community, including suggestions for spots with terrific artisan food.

 
 
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Breakfast

Gird up for a full day of inspiration at Five5eeds Eatery, a breakfast and lunch restaurant that takes pride in offering great coffee with food that is grounded in nourishment and flavor. Proprietors Andrew and Tiffany Percy hail from Melbourne, Australia and serve up dishes crafted from local, seasonal produce, with a nod to the famed Aussie foodie culture. All meals are made from scratch, and breakfast – the most important meal of the day – is served all day..

Don’t Miss: The Short Rib Benedict - slow cooked beef short rib, poached egg, toast, rich apple cider hollandaise, and tart granny smith apple slices.

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CREATE YOUR OWN MASTERPIECE

Roll up your sleeves and tap into your inner-artisan. Join a creative session at Paint Mixer or Paint Fusion PC to create your own work of art. Try painting on canvas or ceramics or fashioning fused glass art. Choose from ceramic or glass ornaments, holiday-themed plates or platters, mugs, custom ceramic boxes, animals, picture frames, and more. These make terrific gifts and mementos.

 

MORE CRAFTING OPPORTUNITIES

Explore new creative undertakings with Park City’s Kimball Art Center, offering classes for all ages and levels of ability - from weekly family-friendly Open Studio sessions, to sculpture classes for tots, paper marbling and origami for kids, folded books for teens, and an adult-only printmaking class with wine at a local wine cellar. Check out the class offerings

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CHECK OUT LOCAL CRAFTSMEN

Skullcandy, maker of innovative headphones, earbuds, gaming headsets, and speakers, global headquarters is headquartered in Park City. Skullcandy’s mission is to “inspire life at full-volume” through leading edge design and collaboration with athletes and musicians. Visit The Shop at Skullcandy to check out the latest earbuds, headphones, Bluetooth speakers and apparel.

Did you know: Skullycandy reinvests all of its profits from products sold locally back into community programs, athletics and the arts?

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Lunch South of the Border

Perennial winner of “Park City’s Best Mexican Restaurant” ranking, El Chubasco is known for its expansive salsa bar, offering over 20 varieties of salsas made fresh daily. The head chef uses 11 different types of peppers in creating favorite recipes that have been passed down from her family in Michoacan, Mexico.

Local’s Favorite: Spicy “Camarones a la Diabla” shrimp tacos and the famous Chile Rellenos.

Park City Library Crafternoons - Wednesdays at 4pm

Family Friendly & Free

Every Wednesday Park City Library offers “Crafternoons”, a free hour-long session at 4pm devoted to the joys of crafting. The event is open to the public, appropriate for all ages, and supplies are provided.

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Dinner at The Yard

Located just a block from Kimball Art Center, two restaurants share space in an old lumber yard building, aptly christened “The Yard”. Boneyard serves classic favorites from a wood-fired charcoal grill alongside 90 beers and craft cocktails with the day’s sports on large-screen TVs, while Wine Dive offers small plates, pizzas, and charcuteries with an expansive wine collection including 16 varieties on tap.

Insider Tip: Opt to sit at the long bar or one of the community tables and strike up a conversation with your neighbor. You’ll have the satisfaction of a great meal and a new friend.

 

IF YOU DECIDE TO STAY

In addition to getting the guaranteed lowest rates, booking your lodging here is another way to help sustain art in our local community. A portion of your booking goes back to the Park City Summit County Arts Council.