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January 24, 2020

Welcome to a new year! 2020 is in the past, and let’s leave it there! Despite all the hardships we all were faced with in 2020 there was a lot of good, or silver linings, that came from 2020. Many businesses had to flex their creative muscles to provide new solutions to their customers from figuring out curbside delivery, visits by appointments, mask mandates, there was a lot to think about and adjust. It was awe-inspiring to watch how our businesses and community rallied around each other to support friends, neighbors, and even complete strangers for the good of the valley. Now let’s move on to 2021, but take with us some of those same traits of community, togetherness, and support. Often this time of year we all set new goals. Some of our goals are to continue to explore new ways to support our chamber members, create new networking opportunities, and continue to foster all the good that came from 2020. We want you to know that #WereAllIn, and, with your help, we’re going to make 2021 great!

--Dallin Koecher


Cafe Galleria - December

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If you have been to Café Galleria recently, you’ll notice things are a bit different these days, and it’s all according to plan. Café Galleria has undergone new ownership and a new transformation in the past year. From the décor on the inside to the new patio and Alpenglobes on the outside almost every part of the business has been touched with a bit of change, except one thing: the food.

David Quintana, and Edgar Agirre, are co-managers of the classic pizzeria, and have intentionally kept the menu the same from when the restaurant first opened to when it changed hands.

“Café Galleria already had a great following, and we didn’t want to mess that up or change it in anyway,” said Quintana. So instead of changing the menu they have worked hard with the owners, Andrew Jenkins and Rob Hellewell, to elevate the experience.

To learn more about our December Business of the Month, Cafe Galleria, click here


Ace Rescue Computer Repair - January


Nothing is more frustrating, or frightening than a computer issue you don't know how to resolve, especially when you don't have your techy nephew's phone number programmed into your speed dial. Aaron Cheatwood at Ace Rescue Computer Solutions, knows this situation can be very upsetting whether it is in a business setting or for personal use. That's why he has built his business around providing his customers with clear solutions and preventative maintenance options to help provide peace of mind when it comes to technology.

"I love what I do because sometimes the problem isn't readily apparent. I love to dig into it to find the problem and it makes me excited to find the solution," said Cheatwood.

To learn more about our January Business of the Month, Ace Rescue Computer Solutions, click here


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February Chamber Luncheon

2021 Looking Forward 

Join us for a panel discussion with civic and business leaders about what’s coming to Heber Valley. Learn valuable things you can do in your business to prepare for future growth, save money, and be involved.

February 16, 2021
Lunch 12:00 - 1:30 pm


RSVP by Friday, February 12, 2021

Register Now

Zermatt Resort
Matterhorn Room
764 W Resort Dr, Midway

Lunch Sponsored by: Wright Orthodontics
Lunch will be catered by The Zermatt

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February After Hours Mixer

Hosted by:

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As a Chamber of Commerce, we recognize the need to network and build connections with other local business owners. We are trying to come up with creative ways to make these opportunities happen. If you feel comfortable, we invite you to join us for our first Networking After Hours Mixer next month

 February 11
4:30-6:30 pm

RSVP by February 8


If you are interested in hosting a mixer at your business, please let us know! We will be holding these monthly. There is no cost to host, we just ask that you provide drinks and appetizers. This is a great way to bring exposure to your business. If you have questions or want to reserve your month please email 



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Nicole Ferguson, owner of Mountain Refined, celebrates with the Heber Valley Chamber of Commerce the grand opening of a new Mattress Warehouse of Utah location within her store. Ferguson expressed gratitude and excitement for the new partnership with Matter Warehouse of Utah and is looking forward to providing quality, custom fit, and affordable mattresses for her guests. For more information about the Mattress Warehouse of Utah visit Mountain Refined at 480 N Main Street in Heber.

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On January 4, 2021, Matthew and Nicole McGee celebrated with the Heber Valley Chamber of Commerce the grand opening of their new Ogden’s Flooring and Design location in Heber City. Matthew has been in the industry for over 20 years as installer, but he and Nicole are excited to offer this new location to the Heber Valley. Ogden’s specializes in carpet and all hard surface flooring from hardwoods to vinyl planks, laminate, and tile. Check out the new location at 110 South Main Street in Heber.


Intermountain Heber Valley Hospital Expansion Increases Capacity and Brings More Specialized Healthcare Services to Wasatch County

Intermountain’s Heber Valley Hospital and Heber Valley Clinic celebrated the completion of its multi-phased construction project Dec. 10. The results are a facility one third larger with more capacity for patients, additional specialized healthcare services, upgraded medical equipment capabilities and added comforts that improve patient experience.

Restaurants turn to igloos, greenhouses, globes and more to keep outdoor options during pandemic

Edgar Aguirre, general manager of Cafe Galleria, said his restaurant's new Alpenglobes "went viral," resulting in huge demand that's now got them booked steadily through mid-January. He said Cafe Galleria, like Ruth's, opted for an outdoor option because its indoor dining room is small.

Ice Castles begins to come to life in Midway

A Utah tradition is taking shape in Midway as it gets set to open to the public.

Ice Castles began as a concept in the backyard of founder Brent Christensen over a decade ago. Since then, it has become a popular holiday attraction with thousands of visitors each year.

11 Rural Restaurants Around Utah That Are So Worth The Drive

Dairy Keen - Home of the Train, Heber You won't want to miss this icon located in Heber. You'll love the model train that travels around the ceiling, and the burgers, fries, and shakes are tasty, too. Get the Train Burger, topped with ham, Swiss and American cheeses, and plenty of fry sauce. 199 S. Main Street, Heber, UT 84032.


13 Places for Après Ski in Utah's Heber Valley

Just minutes down the road from Park City and only 45 away from the Salt Lake City International AirportHeber Valley is a magical winter destination for families. Nestled in between two major ski resorts—Park City’s Deer Valley Resort and Provo’s Sundance Mountain Resort—Heber Valley has delicious food and drink options made for celebrating a great day on the hill.

Midway Preserves Agricultural Open Spaces

The Midway City Council approved the designation of the Kem C. Gardner Legacy Preserve. The resolution was adopted in a unanimous vote and will preserve the 43-acre agricultural lands located at 1300 South on the east side of State Highway 113. Midway Mayor Celeste Johnson says it is a gift by Mr. Kem Gardner.


Ice Castles

Ice Castles is an awe-inspiring, must-see winter phenomenon built with hundreds of thousands of icicles that brings fairy tales to life.

Specialty Trains - Heber Valley Railroad

Chinese New Year     Rock-n-Roll     Pirate & Princess     Broadway Show Tunes    ValentinesSpecial     Chocolate Lovers     Mardi Gras


Skijoring Utah - February 20

Utah Skijoring is an action packed competition where a horse and rider pull a skier at a fast pace through a course that includes gates, jumps, and rings. Skijoring combines Utah's signature ski heritage with its cowboy roots creating a wild, fast paced and spectacular event. Competitors race for cash and prizes based on the fastest times.  Above all, Skijoring is a great reason to get outside, socialize with amazing people and have some fun while supporting our local athletes and sponsors.

Ongoing:     Meet the Cows Dairy Tour - Kohler Creamery


Rising Sun Renewal

Melissa Van Leeuwen - Summit Sotheby's

Roonies Ice Cream

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1st Rate Mortgage

Adventure Haus

Deer Creek Island Resort

Heber Valley Pediatrics

Northland Professional


Josh Wright - Global View Capital Advisors


Heber Valley Guide

New Focus Academy

Discovery Map

Newmark Grubb Acres

Heart 2 Heart Enterprises

Cafe Galleria

Don Pedros

Uinta Recreation

Strawberry Bay Marina

Heber Valley Railroad

The Bagel Den

Heber City Computer Repair

Activa Plaza LLC


Heber City Carquest

Wasatch County School District

Les Olson Company

Dickman Legacy Ranch

All West Communications

Wright Orthodontics

Alzheimer's Association

Grand Valley Bank



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