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Lake Effect | Ho x 3: The Santa Pub Crawl is on! 

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A shout-out to plucky tipster Derek Meik for sending this info directly to me. Thanks, Derek:

Santa Pub Crawl is on! Last week we received a letter wondering what happened to Salt Lake City’s crawl, noting that the only one publicized was in Park City. Well, our neighbors up the canyon may have thought they were the only ones in Utah who could get their Ho on in 2007—but not so fast! Revelers wearing full Santa costumes meet Friday, Dec. 14 at O’Shucks Bar & Grill, 22 E. 100 South. From there, the jolliness continues at 9 p.m. at Murphy’s Bar & Grill, 160 S. Main, and at 10:30 p.m. at Monk’s House of Jazz, 19 E. 200 South. Be careful out there and don’t crash your reindeer. (For more info, see the ad on p. 72 of this week’s print issue)

If you’re still feeling jolly in the morning, the first 50 to show up in full Santa regalia ski for free at The Canyons Resort—although, located as it is so near to Park City, participants may wish to be on the lookout for roving gangs of rival Summit County Santas.

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