Posts Categorized: ASKME

The Sounds of Summer Music are Officially Returning to the Mountains!

Nothing beats sitting under the star-filled sky in the cool mountain air with family and friends, listening to live music courtesy of some of the biggest names in the business. This summer, local promoters have worked tireless to bring the best and the brightest back to the Beehive State.  To help you map out your… Read more »

Exploring Your Options in the Heber Valley

While Park City has long been a popular destination for primary and second homeowners, it is PC’s neighbors to the south in Wasatch County who have seen an unprecedented level of growth in both population and housing options. Most unexpectedly, The New York Times recently listed Heber City as 5th among all metro areas for… Read more »

Looking Outside of the Park City Real Estate Box

As Park City and the surrounding areas continue to gain more full-time and part-time residents, many buyers are looking beyond PC’s sprawl to find their own version of Nirvana in newly-minted, planned resort communities due north in Weber and Morgan counties – including Powder Mountain homes. Located in Eden, Utah, approximately one hour north of… Read more »

Summing Up Summer Camp Options

While the snow (thankfully!) keeps coming, it’s easy to get caught up in daydreams of warmer weather, which means planning and plotting ways to get our kiddos into the myriad of day camps available all across the Wasatch Back! Check out our annual list below, and – though some camps have not yet published their… Read more »

Last Minute Weekend Roadtrips

There will be many reasons to remember the Summer of 2020, but for most of us, far-flung family adventures will not be among them. For those concerned about large crowds – for whatever reason – the opportunity to get out of Dodge was hampered by the prospect of visitors from across the Western U.S. also… Read more »

The New Rental Realities

The minute “Coronavirus” became a household word, the effect of the pandemic on the local rental market became far-reaching, creating a change some see as extending into next year. Word of nightly rentals transitioning to long term as overnight visitors decide to stay home prompted us to query a few local property management professionals to… Read more »

How Park City’s Schools Continue to Rise Above the Ordinary

As our students settle in to learn from home for the remainder of the school year, education continues to be a hot-button topic locally and across the U.S. Some parents and students are struggling with the online instruction model, while others are thriving. What we do know is every student in the U.S. is in… Read more »

Helping PCEF Continue Mission-Critical Services During COVID-19

As the weather warms and our community begins to slowly and carefully emerge from its Shelter in Place, we must remember that this pandemic is likely to continue to impact some of the most vulnerable members of community for the next few months, including our local students. For nonprofits on the frontlines, the fiscal implication… Read more »

Ways to Stay Sane While Homeschooling

If you’re like many parents across the globe, you’ve suddenly been thrust into the world of homeschooling your students, yet with very little time to prep, mentally or organizationally. Trying to find the balance between continuing important instruction during the next five weeks (minus one week for Spring Break – yay!) while maintaining a positive… Read more »

Summertime Options Abound

It’s barely March, but spring is known to zoom by for parents and visitors gearing up for summertime kid activities in Park City! Summer camp options abound, and mapping out a summer that’s equal parts action and education will make even the most persnickety camper smile! Many camps sell out of certain sessions early on,… Read more »