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The Wire 6/1/2020- Promontory’s Newsletter

The Week Of June 1st
Featured Events and Upcoming Activities!

Please note:

The Golf Shop, Men’s & Ladies Lounges, Locker Rooms & Restrooms are open for use. Please contact
Amy Maloney (435) 333-4201 to reserve the lounges note that only water & packaged snacks are available.

All the letters regarding COVID-19 that our GM, Robin Milne has sent out are available
on
the home page on our Member Website & the homepage of The ForTees App.

Click the link below to login and view them.

Each Member, their family, and guests participate AT THEIR OWN RISK. Therefore, we are requiring all participants to sign an updated waiver before participating in Club activities or entering Club amenities.

Yellow Phase Reminder for Safe Practices

Now that we are in the yellow phase, Promontory staff are only required to wear masks where social distancing (6ft) cannot be maintained.

The exception is that service and kitchen staff should always wear a mask.

Members can wear masks at their own discretion, there are now no requirements for diners to wear masks at any time.

Please click below for more information on Summit County’s move to the Yellow Risk Level of COVID-19.

Class of 2020

Check out all The Promontory graduates!

Public Affairs Night

Thursday, June 18th
5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
The Shed Patio (weather permitting)

Welcoming all Summit County Council candidates to spend some time with Promontory Members. This event will be held outside on the Shed Patio (weather permitting) from 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm with hors d’oeuvres included.

Reservations required
Limit 30 Members (does not use an allocation)

Father's Day Fishing Fandango

Sunday, June 21st at The Mountain Garden Pond
Slot 1 – 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Slot 2 – 11:15 pm- 12:15 pm

Celebrate Dad with us at our Father’s Day Fishing Derby! Sean Smith will teach you all about fish, their habitats, and new fishing techniques!

Reservations Required – Limited spots available
Please bring your own fishing pole and gear, Promontory Club will not be providing them for this event.

Adam Huebner Is Back

Tennis professional Adam Huebner has arrived from Phoenix for another wonderful tennis season here at Promontory! He is available for private and small group lessons by calling him directly at (602) 206-1550 or (435) 333- 4207. All scheduled tennis programs will begin the week of June 8, 2020.

Tennis has become so busy that we are requesting that everyone make reservations (1.5 hr. for singles / 2 hrs. for doubles) 48 hours in advance by calling the concierge desk at (435) 333- 4000. We’ve noticed that our morning
prime-time slots are especially busy, so if you are looking for that morning game, please make your appointment ahead of time.

Lastly, due to Covid, we will not have water jugs available on the tennis courts, so please bring your own water for your play.

Equestrian Schooling Day
Come Watch!

Friday, June 26th – Sunday, June 28th
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Different Riders every 2 hours

Promontory’s Equestrian center is doing a “schooling day” over a course of jumps in our outdoor arena to Promontory trainers and their other clients from the Salt Lake Valley. They’ve also invited trainers from the Utah Hunter Jumper Association to kick-off to their show season!

Come support our riders! Bring a chair and watch all jumping action!
Please note that Equestrian Center will only be open for restroom use.

Relax At The Promontory Spa

Spa Hours
Open Daily | 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Appointments Required (No walk-ins allowed)

We are now performing Massages AND Facials in the Spa!

View the services available and call to book your appointment.

Kids' Cabin June Camps

The Kids’ Cabin Playground is now open! Please use social distancing & sanitizing.

The Kids’ Cabin
Open Daily | 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
AM Sessions & PM Sessions are available
(15 kids per session – 3 small groups of 5)

Please Note: Beginning June 13th each small group will be able to accommodate 8 children each.

Monday – Science Days
Experiment, learn, & explore! Hands-on science fun!

Tuesday – Dino Days
Discover the age of dinosaurs & hatch a dinosaur egg!

Wednesday– Spring STEAM
Spring themed STEAM challenges!

Thursday– Creation Camp
Use objects found around the cabin to make your own art pieces.

Friday – Nature Days
Hike Promontory trails & discover what nature has to offer!

Late Night, Date Night
Friday, June 26th | 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
$60 – Dinner Included
Kids hang with us & you get a date night!

Book Club Camp
Monday, June 29th | 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Read books, share your favorite books, and make your own books!

Lego Mania
Tuesday, June 30th | 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
A day full of Legos!

Reservations are required.
Contact Britney Vernon at (435) 333- 4050 to reserve your spot.

Golf Events

The Men’s and Ladies Weekly Game starts this week!
The Ladies will play Wednesdays at 10:00 am
The Men play Saturday at 9:00 am
Call the golf shop at (435) 333- 4218 to get on the weekly email invite.

Ladies Clinic
10:00 am at the Dye Putting Green
Call the Nicklaus Golf Shop at (435) 333-4720 to sign up.

Junior Experience Camp
June 9th – 12th
Call the Nicklaus Golf Shop (435) 333-4720 to sign up.

2020 Rules of Golf Rules Clinic
June 4th at 5:00 pm in The Shed Movie Theater

Reservations required
Click the link below to RSVP

Silver Kings (Men’s Member / Member)
June 19th-20th
Sign-ups are open on Foretees

Dining at Promontory

The Shed and Peak restaurants now each have 2 dedicated Curbside Pickup spots. Once you place your order, pull into one of the marked spots, call the restaurant to let them know you have arrived, and a server will bring your order to your car shortly.

The Shed
Open Daily from Noon to 8:00 pm

Dine-In available for reservations or Walk-in if there is room.
Contact our reservation office at (435) 333-4004 to book your reservations.

Curbside Pickup is available call The Shed at (435) 333 – 4622 to place your order.

Click the links below for The Shed’s Menu & the online Mercantile Grocer.

The Nicklaus Golf Turn House
Wednesday – Sunday
10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Click the link below for the Grab & Go lunch options.

The Peak
Open Daily
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Dine-In Available (Full Members Only)
Reservations are required
Book your reservation on ForeTees or contact our reservation office at (435) 333-4004.

Curbside Pickup Available (Full & Social Members)
Call The Peak (435) 333 – 4716 to place your order.
(Orders can be placed beginning at 3:00 pm)

Click the link below for The Peak’s Menu.

Fitness and wellness Promontory Park City

June Fitness Schedule

Join us for Qi Gong every Monday at 10:30 am.
The Shed Amphitheater
Class is limited to 14 people

Qi Gong is a centuries-old system of coordinated body-posture and movement, breathing, and meditation used for the purposes of health, spirituality, and martial-arts training.

Download the fitness schedule below!

Please note that all classes excluding Virtual WERQ! requires a reservation.
Classes are limited to 14 people.

Contact the Concierge to book your reservation!

Please bring your own mats to Yoga, Pilates, and Sculp & Tone Classes. If you don’t have a mat, you can purchase a basic gym mat from us for $25.

Virtual WERQ! Dance Fitness In The Comfort of Your Home

Tuesday & Thursday at 9:00 am MT Via Kirsten’s Facebook Page

Get ready to dance and get fit in your own home – With WERQ Dance Fitness!

Instructor Kirsten is offering LIVE WERQ classes Tuesdays & Thursdays at 9:00 am MST via her Facebook page.

These classes are LIVE ONLY and will not be posted after because of music licensing.

Tennis Courts are Now Open

Promontory’s upper tennis courts at the Ranch Clubhouse are now open for play! With the warmer weather, we all can’t wait to get out of the house.

When using the tennis courts, we ask that you practice safe social distancing, and we have put together these policies based on the CDC and The Summit County Health Department’s directives.

  • Doubles now permitted 
  • The gate to the courts has been propped open for daily use.
  • There are no restrooms available at this time.
  • The nets are up. We are not providing tennis equipment or balls.
  • Members bring their own equipment and play on the available courts.
  • Members bring their own water bottles.
  • Members will handle their racket only, and sanitize their hands when they switch sides.
  • Promontory Club will provide sanitation stations between courts 2 and 3.
  • Court 4 will be designated as the 2 Pickle Ball courts and will have nets set up.

Court 1 (the bottom court) will be made available for use as soon as we can remove the ice rink boards.

Please contact The Concierge if you have any questions.

Get Outside With Our Outfitter

Join us outside with SMALL group-led programs! (no more than 14 people).

View the schedule below:

Guided Hiking
Sundays | 10:30 am – 11:30 am

Guided Mountain Biking
Monday | 10:30 am – 11:30 am

Guided Hiking
Tuesday | 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Guided Mountain Biking
Wednesday | 10:30 am – 11:30 am

Guided Hiking
Thursday| 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Fly Casting at Mountain Garden Pond
Friday| 10:30 am & 1:30 am

Max 4 people on the dock
Face Mask & gloves required
Please bring your own fishing pole & equipment

Guided Bike Ride on The Rail Trail
Saturday | 10:30 am (2-3 hours)

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.

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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