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In March 2019, just one week into the COVID-19 pandemic, Bryan Stringham’s household clutter was at an all-time high, and entertainment options were at an all-time low. Shortly after that he had a stroke of inspiration. “I had to create something that would be...
Since 2017, My Discovery Destination! has provided families with free family fun.
Park City Lodging has been providing visitors to this mountain resort town with a wide assortment of vacation rentals since 1984.
Like many other businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic, Hale Center Theater Orem had to adjust its business model to continue to bring live entertainment to their audiences.
Like many organizations, the Utah Symphony Utah Opera (USUO) were forced to adapt their operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Moab Gear Trader is a family-owned business at the corner of Main Street in Moab. Marshall Dvorscak has managed this community-oriented gear store since 2014, supplying the small town and its many visitors with outdoor gear.
“It has been a tumultuous year,” said Quinn Dietlein, vice president and executive director of Hale Centre Theatre. “Even though the arts have become a particularly hard-hit industry during the pandemic, Hale Centre Theatre has embodied the popular show business phrase, ‘The show must go on.’”
When the Natural History Museum of Utah closed in March 2020 to help slow the spread of COVID-19, it thought it would be dark for just a week or two. By mid-April, however, it became clear that their “temporary” closure would be extended. Staff members began to prepare for an extended shutdown.
The Alf Engen Ski Museum’s mission is to preserve the ski industry’s rich heritage and share that history with the public. The museum showcases the rich history of skiing in the intermountain region, from its popular school field trip programs to everyday visitors.