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r Evermore Park officially opened with a ribbon cutting Saturday evening, September 29. Right off I-15 in Pleasant Grove, just 19 miles north of Springville, Evermore is this new entertainment experience that currently consists of an 11 acre “European gothic village fantasy experience park.”

Evermore is a multimillion-dollar brainchild and dream of Ken Bretschneider, who proudly cut the opening Evermore ribbon. About 1,500 people attended the opening event, including local dignitaries. Visitors to the park were entertained by 70 actors in costumes of the gothic era. The actors help authenticate the old-style European environment and create a sense of that reality.

Evermore is designed to be an interactive experience with the latest high tech magic in the background. Take a moment to check out their website at Evermore.com and check out this new exciting entertainment venue. Serve Daily will have an in-depth review in the next issue.

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