The Park City Museum will be hosting its annual Glenwood Cemetery Event with reenactors on Saturday, October 1st from 10:45am-12pm or 12:45pm-2:00pm. Rain date for the event will be scheduled the next day on Sunday, October 2nd. Park City history will come alive through reenactors in costume standing at various gravesites discussing life and death in the old historic mining town. The Mishaps and Misadventures of Glenwood’s Residents will be the overall theme this year.
The tours will cost $20 per person and are appropriate for ages 10 years and older. This will be a fundraiser for the historic cemetery. Space is limited and reservations are required. No dogs please.
To sign-up for the event, please choose the tour you prefer and contact Diane Knispel at 435-574-9554 or Lexy Hartford at 435-429-6175.
This year’s characters will include: John Gibson, Nellie Dunsmore, Rosetta Crowley, John Donohue, Nicholas Spargo, Ann Wilcox, and Elizabeth Cargeeg who will all be portrayed by local volunteers.
The cemetery is located at the end of Silver King Drive, near the intersection of Silver King Drive and Three Kings Drive.