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The Wire 3/30/2020- Promontory’s Newsletter

The Week Of March 30th
Featured Events and Upcoming Activities!

Please Note:

Due to the temporary closure of the Ranch Club House, The
Concierge
will be available from 8:00 am – 8:00 pm.

You can reach by them phone at (435) 333-4000 or
email at
concierge@promontoryclub.com

All the letters regarding COVID-19 that our GM, Robin Milne has sent out
can now be accessed on the home page on our Member Website.

Click the link below to login and view them.

Hang With Us At Home!

Join your friends at Promontory and digitally engage in all the fun!

  • Mondays – Weekly Spa Videos on Member Connections
    • Join us every Monday at 3:00 pm MST
      • Today, March 30th – Intro video will be posted on Facebook Member Connections
      • Monday, April 6th – How to Massage your Pet with Jeannie (Giving treats is recommended)
  • Tuesday – Kids’ Cabin Virtual Story Time on Promontory Club’s Public Facebook Page
    • Join us every Tuesday at 3:00 pm MST – Last class of the day for your homeschoolers!
      • Tuesday, March 31st – “I Ain’t Gonna Paint No More” by Karen Beaumont
        • Britney will read the story along with Tory the Promontory Deer. After, she’ll invite all who want to do a painting activity/craft that involves this book.
      • Tuesday, April 7th – “Gilbert the Park City Moose” by Heidi Shadix-Pieros
        • Britney will read the story along with Tory, Gilbert, and some other friends from the story. After, she’ll invite all who want to do a neighborhood/nature scavenger hunt. (More details to come)
  • Wednesday – Fitness on Promontory Club’s Public Facebook Page
    • Join us every Wednesday at 3:00 pm MST
      • Wednesday, April 1st – Barre Sculpt with Jaclyn
  • Thursday – Virtual Member Mixer Hosted by Jenny Hardman on Zoom
    • Join us every Thursday at 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm in the Zoom Room 
      • Thursday, April 2nd – Member, Bruce Norman will teach how to make a cocktail!
  • Friday – Date Night In
    • Every Friday at 7:00 pm MST
      • Friday, April 3rd – Movie Night, stay tuned for more details
      • Friday, April 10th – The Paint Mixer, stay tuned for more details
  • Saturday – Cook with our chefs in the comfort of your own kitchen
    • Every Saturday at 2:00 pm MST

Promontory Club's Online Mercantile Grocer

Think of us as your new corner market stocked with essentials to make shopping easier for our Promontory Members! Enjoy our Family-Size and Take & Bake dishes big enough for a family of 4; also includes assorted wine, champagne or liquor from our bottle shop.

Call ahead to the Shed at (435) 333-4622, between the hours of 11:00 am & 8:00 pm to place your order for pickup or delivery. (additional $10 charge for delivery)

Liquor & wine available for curbside pickup ONLY.

All items purchased through the market will go towards your food & beverage minimum. Give us a call to answer any questions and let us help make this time easier for you.

Please watch the video to see all the great items we are offering!

Check Out The Online Mercantile!

Virtual Fitness Classes

Every Wednesday at 9:00 am MST
Promontory Club’s Public Facebook Page

Stay fit & active in the comfort of your own home!

Each Wednesday we’ll post a new fitness video on Promontory’s Public Facebook page, with one of our favorite instructors!

Tune in this Wednesday, April 1st, for Barre Sculpt with Jaclyn!

Watch Promontory’s first virtual yoga class with Tami below!

Amenity Closures - Update

You may have recently seen an order by the Summit County Council and Board of Health to ‘Stay-at-Home’ which went into effect on, Friday, March 27th and lasts through Friday, May 1st. This Order further restricts some activities at Promontory to “Minimum Basic Operations” and maintenance of our “Essential Infrastructure.” For example, administrative office staff across the property will now work from home and we will close the Hub Sales Center and conduct our sales business on-line.

Promontory Conservancy will continue to operate as normal providing gate security, snow & road management and oversight on allowed residential and commercial construction in compliance with County issued guidelines for worksites.

Promontory Home Services will continue to operate as normal inspecting and servicing the homes in their care.

Promontory Development will continue completion of the Nicklaus Clubhouse expansion, and other infrastructure and development projects. All work will be performed in compliance with recent County issued guidelines for worksites.

Promontory Club will continue to:

  • Offer curb-side take-out and delivery from TWO restaurants.
    • We will start a NEW take out Menu that combines Peak/Hearth offerings, and beginning Thursday, April 2nd, dinners will be offered Th, Fr, Sat, Sun only – pick up at The Hearth. Hours are 5 PM to 8 PM.
    • The Shed will continue to offer lunch and dinner 7 days a week and we will be adding some additional food and grocery products from the Mercantile. Hours are noon to 8 PM daily.
  • Provide Concierge phone services from 8 AM to 8 PM.
  • Provide Equestrian access to necessary staff and horse owners/trainers to maintain livestock.
  • Provide proper maintenance of all facilities sufficient to maintain, cleanliness, essential operations and safety.

If you would like more information about Summit County’s order, here is the link https://summitcountyhealth.org/. We ask that you comply with the Summit County order to ‘Stay-at-Home’ to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

Read the full the letter from Robin below.

Restaurant Restrictions Curbside Delivery

Call to order free CURBSIDE pickup or we will deliver to Promontory Homes for an additional $10! Delivery is available for all restaurants.

  • Peak Orders (Open Saturday – Monday) Call: (435) 333-4716
  • Hearth Orders (Wednesday – Friday) Call: (435) 333-4223
  • Shed Orders (Open Daily) Call: (435) 333-4622

Our staff wants to keep working so please consider ordering a few meals  for curbside pick up or delivery  – they will appreciate your support!

Helping The Helpers

The Promontory Foundation, in connection with Park City Community Foundation will be helping to build a Park City Community Response Fund put together to address short term needs for food, housing, healthcare and other emergency services.

Please click the link below if you wish to learn more or to donate to the fund, as it helps those of you who help us!

Seasonal Health Tips

To help prevent seasonal cold and flu spread, promote good hygiene habits in your home:

  • Wash hands frequently with hot, soapy water
  • Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth
  • Sneeze or cough into the crook of your elbow
  • Avoid close contact with others, especially in public areas

For more information, take a look at these suggestions from the Utah State Department of Health.

Boiler Replacement at The Ranch Clubhouse

During the current closure of The Ranch Clubhouse, the boiler will be replaced by April 30th.

Deer Valley Music Festival

Escape into the Music at The Deer Valley Music Festival!

The 2020 Line Up Includes:

  • Friday, July 3 – Patriotic Pops featuring Capathia Jenkins
  • Friday, July 10 – Kool & the Gang with the Utah Symphony
  • Saturday, July 11 – Ben Folds with the Utah Symphony
  • Friday, July 17 – The Doo Wop Project with the Utah Symphony
  • Saturday, July 18 – Take Me Home: The Music of John Denver starring Jim Curry with the Utah Symphony
  • Friday, July 24 – The Magical Music of Harry Potter
  • Saturday, July 25 – Super Diamond with the Utah Symphony
  • Friday, July 31 – Preservation Hall Jazz Band with the Utah Symphony
  • Saturday, August 1 – Little River Band with the Utah Symphony
  • Friday, August 7 – 1812 Overture with Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2
  • Saturday, August 8 – The Beach Boys with the Utah Symphony

Learn more at Deer Valley’s Website

Please EMAIl the Concierge for pricing and to reserve your ticket!

*Discount unavailable for these shows: Ben Folds with Utah Symphony & The Beach Boys with Utah Symphony

Homeowner Dumpster Use

The Conservancy has a roll off dumpster in the parking lot behind the Equestrian Center that can be used by homeowners when curbside pickup cannot handle the an increased volume.

Please use this location and not the dumpster enclosures being utilized by club operations in the clubhouse areas. The club areas cannot handle the additional volume.

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