March Arts & Culture Calendar @ PCSC (Park City)

PCSCArts :: March Arts & Culture


Jim Santy Auditorium,
Park City
, UT
1255 Park Avenue
Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays at 6pm

Films this Month:
March 3 - 5: Neruda
March 4: BFG, 4pm only, FREE 
March 10 - 12: 20th Century Women
March 11: Phantom Boy, 4pm only, FREE
March 18 - 19: Paterson
March 19: No Man's Land/National Theatre Live, 2pmonly
March 24 - 26: I Am Not Your Negro
March 31 - April 2: Toni Erdman


Eccles Center for Performing Arts
Park City, UT

1750 Kearns Blvd.

March 4: 7:30pm

Self-proclaimed misfit, teacher, and award-winning author Lidia Yuknavitch (Dora: A Headcase, The Chronology of Water, The Small Backs of Children) comes to the stage with her plain-speak, Oregon-style storytelling. Her 2016 TED talk, addressing the “misfit” in us all, received a standing ovation and already has more than1 million views. Her next book, due out this year, is noted by BuzzFeed as one of the most anticipated releases of 2017. Part of the Park City Institute's Main Stage season.


Eccles Center for Performing Arts
Park City, UT

1750 Kearns Blvd.

March 117:30pm

Celebrity wildlife biologist Jeff Corwin – best known for his Emmy Award-winning shows on Animal Planet and Discovery – combines humor and adventure in a wildly fun and conservation-themed show. Corwin’s encore appearance includes live animals, but focuses on protection of wild creatures (and even some rather tame ones). This scientist and adventurer shows off Mother Nature’s glories and weaknesses while thoroughly captivating his audiences – and reminding us how we are all connected. Part of the Park City Institute's Main Stage season.


Eccles Center for Performing Arts
Park City, UT

1750 Kearns Blvd.

March 187:30pm

Since 2007, Ballet West has been under the brilliant and bold leadership of artistic director, Adam Sklute. He has shaped the dancers and stood the 53 year-old company on its head as well as its toes. He has re-created pieces with fresh costumes and set designs and reminded us that no performance so completely transcends us as dance. Ballet West first performed on the Eccles Center stage in 1998 for the theater’s grand opening. Nineteen seasons hence, the company delivers a striking encore with works that will otherwise not be performed as a part of the Salt Lake City troupe’s season. Part of the Park City Institute's Main Stage Season.


Egyptian Theatre
Park City, UT 

328 Main Street

March 23 - April 2

The Tony Award-winning and best-loved musical takes the stage with unforgettable songs: "Tomorrow," "It's A Hard Knock Life," and "Easy Street." Presented by the Ziegfeld Theatre. Showtimes Thursday - Saturday, 8pm; Sunday, 6pm. Reduced pricing on Thursdays. 


Eccles Center for Performing Arts
Park City, UT

1750 Kearns Blvd.

March 257:30pm

Genuine legend Taj Mahal lets his gravelly voice pour out the blues on March 25. He plays guitar, piano, banjo, and harmonica in genres that simply soaked into the Harlem Renaissance of his youth, ranging from jazz to calypso. He’s played with everyone from Angelique Kidjo and Ziggy Marley to Los Lobos and Ben Harper, serving as both preservationist and visionary. A blues man’s bluesman, he’s as real as they come. Part of the Park City Institute's Main Stage Season.


Park City, UT 
328 Main Street

March 2 - 4: Pure Prairie League
March 9 - 12: Herman's Hermits starring Peter Noone
March 15: Mark Hummel's Golden State/Lone Star Revue
March 17 - 18: Terrance Simien & the Zydeco Experience

** Tickets for the Park City Follies go on sale 2/28 at 10am. Shows are April 20 - 23 and April 26 - 30.



Dejoria Center
Kamas, UT

970 N State Road 32

March 25: 7pm doors, 8pm concert

Two of 80's Rock Quintessential Acts in one night. $40 General Admission. $125 General Admission Balcony Seating (includes light dinner buffet and cash bar).


Dejoria Center
Kamas, UT

970 N State Road 32

March 3: Karaoke Night
March 4: Country Lips
March 11: Mountain Country

7-9pm, Free Shows, 21 and older


Park City, UT
1345 Lowell Ave

Free Concerts, 3pm 

March 3: Bruce Music
March 4: Zolatones
March 10: The Proper Way
March 11: Changing Lanes Experience
March 18: Ethan J Perry & The Remedy
March 24: Nate Robinson 
March 25: The Crystal Fighters
March 27: Sandoval Brothers

March 27: Mike Rogers
March 28: Rogers and Buffington
March 29: The Bookends
March 30: Fab Duo
March 31: Simply B

April 1: Grizzly Goat
April 2: The Proper Way



Park City, UT
4000 Canyons Resort Dr
Free Concerts, 3pm

March 1: Jordan Saucier
March 4: Mokie
March 11: The Soulistics
March 17: Badfeather
March 18: Smiling Souls
March 25: The Fabulous Flynnstones 
March 27: Tim Daniels Band
March 28: November Hotel
March 29: Downright Citizens
March 30: Cory Mon
April 1: Magic Giant


Park City, UT
1401 Kearns Blvd.

Open Mon-Fri: 10-5pm, Sat & Sun: 12-5pm

Current Main Gallery Exhibit:
Feb. 18 - April 16th
Groundbreaking: Innovations in Clay
For thousands of years, clay has been dug from the ground and transformed into objects of functional, symbolic, or decorative use. In Groundbreaking, see historical tableware patterns that have been reimagined across large installations, vessels that have been deconstructed and pushed almost to the point of collapse, and figures that, while rooted in traditional forms, have become canvases for approaches that are psychological, conceptual and abstracted. 
Groundbreaking brings together 12 nationally-recognized artists from across the country who are creating new compositions and pushing the boundaries of clay, including Akio Takamori, Lauren Mabry, and Christina West.

Current Cafe Exhibit: 
Food for Thought: Photographs by Christopher Boffoli
Jan. 19th - Mar. 19th

Christopher Boffoli’s photographs feature tiny people in a world of big food. His Big Appetites series has been published in more than 100 countries around the world, and featured in the New York Times, Washington Post, and the Village Voice, among many more. The clever photographic vignettes evoke an uncanny likeness to the world at large and also inspire deeper reflections of our relationship to food.

Park City, UT
528 Main Street
Open Mon-Sat: 10-7pm, Sun: 12-6pm

Preserving, protecting, and promoting Park City's history & heritage. Exhibits include a scale model of a late 19th century Mega Mine, an original car from the world's only Skier Subway, and an exploration of the great wealth divide between miners and mine owners. 

Upcoming Events:

March 4, 5pm:  How the West Was Won
"Westward Ho!" was the cry of the hundreds of thousands of pioneers who traveled the Oregon Trail to seek a better life. Park City resident and pilot, Dorian De Maio, who previously presented his exploration of the Lewis and Clark Trail and Mountain Men era, once again uses his airplane to follow the emigrants west in this third chapter of "How the West Was Won" to share the struggles and hardships of the intrepid men and woman who traveled the Oregon Trail.

March 9, 5pm: What is Friends of Ski Mountain Mining 
Hear Sally Elliott and Rory Murphy talk about the community effort to stabilize the last remaining relics of our mining past. 

March 20, 5pm: Dick Steinheimer's Train Adventures
Dick Steinheimer was an internationally recognized photographer, poet, and an early Silicon Valley entrepreneur. Hear David Nicholas discuss Steinheimer’s adventures traveling from Ogden to Park City by train in 1953 and view some of his photographs.  


Kamas, UT
283 N. Main Street

March 3: 6-9pm

The March First Friday Opening features Artique owner Katie Stellpflug. Stop in to see what new works are coming out of her ceramics studio. For more information, visit the ARTique Facebook page via the link above or call 435-640-8048


Main Street, Park City
March 316-9pm

The Last Friday Gallery Stroll, presented by the Park City Gallery Association, is a free community event held each month to give locals and Park City visitors the opportunity to explore Park City’s exciting art scene. Gallery openings, special exhibits, and light refreshments are part of the experience.

Park City, UT
1401 Kearns Blvd.

The Kimball Art Center offers a wide variety of classes and camps for all ages and abilities. Browse the winter/spring class catalog online. March highlights include monotype printmaking, intro to metalsmithing, glass fusion, and intro to Sumi-e East Asian Brush painting. 

Each Friday the Kimball Art Center hosts Paint & Draw Open Studio and Kimball Clay Open Studio from 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Drawing materials and still life provided along with clay, glaze, and firing in the ceramics studio. If you prefer to paint, bring your own supplies and enjoy a reason to be creative. $10 drop in fee.  


Park City, UT
4593 Silver Springs Drive

Music instruction for all ages and levels in voice, piano, guitar, cello, drums, trumpet, violin, acting, music theory, and more. Master classes and community performances are also programmed. On March 11, the Conservatory hosts the Con Brio Music Competition for voice, piano, and composition students at St. Luke's Episcopal Church.


Silver Baron Lodge, Park City
2900 Deer Valley Drive East

Saturdays 6-7pm through April 1st.

A casual, fun wine tasting class guaranteed to get you laughing and learning. Each class gives both the beginner and the experienced wine lover a glimpse into little known stories, facts, and history that make the world of wine so interesting.  Call 435-655-WINE for reservations. 21 and older. 


Park City, UT
1255 Park Avenue

The Park City Library, in the heart of Old Town, offers an outstanding collection of over 70,000 books, e-books, periodicals, audio-visual materials, free public computers, and wireless Internet access. Paws to Read is a new program at the Park City Library for readers-in-training. Young readers, ages 5 to 12, are invited to improve their reading by reading to a therapy dog on Tuesdays, from 4 to 5pm. Sessions are first come, first serve.

From Feb. through March 19Early Utah Masterpieces will be on display in the second floor gallery. The exhibit is part of the Utah Arts & Museums Traveling Series of the State's Fine Arts Collection.

Through March, artists are invited to submit their portfolios for exhibitions for the upcoming year. If you or an artist you know might be interested, the link for more details on submitting is here.  


Kimball Junction Branch, Park City
1885 W. Ute Blvd.

The Summit County Library’s mission is to foster lifelong learning opportunities and enrich lives through innovative resources and programming. Additional library locations include the Coalville Branch, Kamas Branch, and Bookmobile. Activities by branch can be viewed via the above link. Programs offered include an afterschool homework club, toddler story time, and a knitting club.

The Kimball Junction Branch Library displays rotating art exhibits in its entry hallway. 

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