Morning Star Balloons ushers cloud hunters toward their quarry, navigating the skies as transfixed guests float high above Utah's pristine mountainscape. The seasoned, FAA-certified pilots employ experience flying military jets, winning numerous hot air balloon competitions, and establishing dominance over out-of-control umbrellas as they confidently steer the colorful vessels to heights of between 500?1,500 feet. Groups of up to 12 soar above Park City?s lush landscape and during early-morning flights, with a complimentary champagne or nonalcoholic toast welcoming passengers back to solid ground. Despite its burgeoning fame through the TV shows The Amazing Race and Nitro Circus, Morning Star Balloons keeps a level head as it donates its services to local schools and charities.
Salty Dinner Theater, which ABC 4 describes as ?bringing a twist to traditional on-stage classics,? combines professional actors and proficient chefs to stage productions performed at area eateries. Audience members gobble supper as performers interact with them before and during the production. Regularly inhabiting Dry Creek Steakhouse, The Old Spaghetti Factory, Joe Morley?s Smoked Beef & Bar-B-Q, and Mimi?s Caf?, among other locales, the show-accompanying meals range from scratch-made baked lasagna with ground beef and pork to a pound of succulent smoked-beef brisket.
In an unassuming building tucked away off a suburban road, enormous fish swim, pastel penguins turn their backs to the wind, and giraffes in sunglasses strut. These works are the result of art camps and classes for students aged 4 and older at Mesa Art Studio. Founder Kris Cannaday has taught art in various forms and mediums for more than 25 years, but she continues to enhance her brush skills by attending seminars, taking art classes, and painting designs on loved ones’ faces while they sleep. She teaches courses geared toward kids' attention spans as well as broad-ranging adult classes that last up to two hours. Cannaday’s patient approach to teaching allows her to reach students of all skill levels, including those with learning and physical disabilities. During her three-day summer camps, she also introduces kids to arty fundamentals. During the trio of sessions, kids armed with art markers, colored pencils, or even pastels engage with projects ranging from portraits of zoo animals and cartoony faces to kiddie-sized facsimiles of works by masters from Van Gogh to Cezanne.
For a low-key lunch, Karaoke Cafe is a charming cafe worth checking out.
The whole family can enjoy a meal at Karaoke Cafe with its kid-friendly fare.
Enjoy wifi here free of cost.
Groups of all sizes can easily be seated at Karaoke Cafe.
Al fresco eating options are also available at Karaoke Cafe, which presents a lovely patio seating area for warmer months.
Those with sensitive ears may want to stay away from this restaurant, though, as it can get quite loud.
Weekends can get packed, so take advantage of the restaurant's reservations.
Good luck spotting a suit and tie at Karaoke Cafe — casually-dressed diners are the norm here.
You can also grab your food to go.
Drive to lunch or dinner at Karaoke Cafe and find easy parking in a lot close by or on the street.
You won't get sticker shock from your bill at Karaoke Cafe — prices are usually less than $15.
Three locations with indoor ranges
Accommodates calibers up to .50 BMG
Exceeds EPA and OSHA guidelines for ventilation
More than 75 pistols, rifles, and shotguns for rent
Machine guns such as a belt-fed M60 .308
At a Glance
In 2003, Get Some Guns and Ammo started in what Owner Stuart Wallin describes as a "hole in the wall" storefront. The business has certainly grown since those early days. To wit, Get Some Guns and Ammo now has sprawling locations in Murray, Layton, and Orem?not to mention an online store with more than 55,000 products making up the total inventory. In addition to firearms and firearm accessories, the stock includes archery supplies and hunting gear.
Water is a powerful compound. It can carve deep canyons, power hydroelectric plants, or even give people superhuman abilities. The latter feat is accomplished aboard Rocky Mountain Flyboard's water-propulsion flying machines, which lift pilots in the air, let them dive into the water, or allow them to perform advanced tricks such as back flips.