Crumbling ceilings, collapsing floors, and caved-in mine shafts are but a few of the perils that await the reader of Abandoned Utah. A new adventure presents itself to all who dare explore these dark and dreary locations. Every place tells its own unique story. Every ounce of dust contains a gold mine of historical significance.Continue reading "Book Signing and Reading with Nick Bagley, Author of Abandoned Utah"
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Park City Museum will host an in-person and virtual lecture called Tales of Park City Halloween given by Dalton Gackle on Monday, October 25th from 5-6 p.m. at the Education and Collections Center Building located on 2079 Sidewinder Drive. This lecture will also be broadcast on Zoom. Along with outlining the history of Halloween in the United States, DaltonContinue reading "Tales of Park City Halloween Lecture"
Join us for our annual Family History Day! This free virtual event features: Keynote from Nancy Loe of Sassy Jane Genealogy entitled Beyond "Peaceful Coexistence": Archivists and Genealogists Working Together Presentation from the Sema Hadithi African American Heritage and Culture Foundation entitled Discovering, Preserving and Telling the Stories of African Americans in Utah Presentation from Ryan Lee, curator of 19th Century MormonContinue reading "Family History Day 2021: Conversations in the Archives"