Bonanza Art Park is hosting two nights of Halloween fun
The final two nights of food, fun and live music at the Bonanza Art Park this year will take place today and tomorrow.
The free event will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. at the corner of Munchkin Road and Bonanza Drive at the site of the future Arts and Culture District.
While the Arts and Culture District project is still under review by the Park City Council, the council earlier this year approved a $149,000 budget to program the site through the year.
Live music, performances by Ballet West, and interactive mural drawing were just some of the activities programmed each Tuesday night.
Park City Special Events Manager Jenny Diersen says the Pumpkin Fest will feature live music, a pumpkin stroll and more.
“We have some holiday things in mind and some great music and lawn games,” Diersen said. “A local artist is going to do pinata making and we have translators for the Spanish speaking communities, so we are inviting them to come out. And then also food trucks and a cash bar. And then just to mention on Friday night we have the Ghosts of the Glenwood cemetery coming out, thanks to Park City Museum.”
She added that the location is within walking and biking distance to several neighborhoods.
The Art Park is, if you do plan to come, it's really quite an easy walk or a bike ride” Diersen said. “I know it's a little chilly but if you want to get there that way... and then there's parking off Kearns or Munchkin Road.
If you have a carved pumpkin for the pumpkin stroll, drop it off at the Art Park. Tea lights will be put into them for you. And don’t forget to wear your Halloween costume.