During the event, enjoy pop-up creative performances along McLeod Creek Trail between Copper Moose Farm and Temple Har Shalom in Park City. Performances includes dance, spoken word poetry, folk music, classical music, and more. Enjoy the outdoors like you never have before.
McLeod Creek Trail is a flat, shaded gravel trail and the performances will be scattered throughout a one-mile section of the trail. Don’t forget sunscreen and comfy shoes. There will also be water stations along the trail.McLeod Creek Trail between Copper Moose Farm and Temple Har Shalom in Park City. The tour begins at Copper Moose Farm at 1285 Old Ranch Rd, Park City, UT 84098. Click here for Directions. The tour will be on an easy ADA friendly, accessible trail.
This program is presented by the PCSC Arts Council in partnership with Basin Recreation and promotes local artists and musicians, making their work more visible and accessible to the community.Tours leave every 20 minutes starting at 3 pm from Copper Moose Farms through 5pm. Each tour will be lead on a leisurely hike by a tour guide to 7 site-specific locations along McLeod Creek Trail. The round trip tour is approx. 1.5 miles. The whole tour will take about 1.5 hours, but plan to stay and hang out at the Copper Moose Farm Stand after you’ve finished to enjoy our lounge area with live music, as well as food & refreshments available for purchase. The lounge will stay open until 7pm.
Bring: Comfy shoes, sunscreen and water (although there will be water stations along the trail).
Arrive: Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your tour start time. Best to park at Willow Creek and walk to Copper Moose Farm Stand where scheduled tours begin and where the lounge will be.
Please Register: Please register head of time for your preferred tour time HERE or show up between 3 pm – 4:30 pm and we will add you to a tour group where there is room.
Thank you for joining PCSC Arts and Basin Recreation and supporting our local Arts & Culture!
Link to RSVP - https://www.eventbrite.com/o/art-on-the-trails-25386211201
Free and open to the public. All ages welcome.
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