Scene clips Oct. 16-19
October 15, 2010
Main Street Music Crawl
Mountain Town Music will present the sixth annual Main Street Music Crawl on Saturday, Oct. 16. The fun begins at 6 p.m. with a Musical Scavenger Hunt featuring eight performers up and down Main Street. Music lovers of all ages are invited to pick up clues at Sugar Buzz and then crawl up and down Main Street to find each performer and get a treat. Once you find all seven, head up to Miners Park for a bag of candy and celebration featuring pizza, beer and live music by the Zach Parrish Duo from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. The Walking Street Parade will start at 7:30 and Afro Omega will perform at the Town Lift Plaza from 8 to 9 p.m., accompanied by street dancers and performers. The Music Crawl is $10 and includes admission to all participating venues. Purchase tickets online at http://www.mountaintownmusic.org or at Miners Park the night of the event. For more information, call Brian at 901-7664.
Candlelight vigil October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Peace House and the Wasatch/Summit County Domestic Violence Coalition will hold a candlelight vigil for domestic violence awareness on Tuesday, Oct. 19, from 7 to 8 p.m. at the City Park amphitheater. The event is free and open to the public. The vigil will honor both victims and survivors of domestic violence. The event will feature speakers and a musical performance by Treasure Mountain International School student Karsyn Robb. Peace House will provide candles. For more information, call 658-4739 or visit http://www.peacehouse.org .
ArtSpark classes Session II of ArtSpark begins the week of Oct. 25 at each of the elementary schools in Park City and Ecker Hill Middle School. Sculpture, clay, drawing and painting will be explored in after-school classes for students in grades two through seven. Tuition is $120 for the six-week session and includes materials. Download a registration form at http://www.spiroarts.org . For more information, call Susan Parker at (802)878-7426.
A group of local middle school and high school students competed with Theatre Arts Conservatory in the Utah Shakespearean Festival Shakespeare Competition Oct. 7-9 in Cedar City. The conservatory competed in the Sussex division and won second-place sweepstakes in both the middle and high school competitions. Theatre Arts Conservatory students won first and second place in the scenes competition and Park City High School junior Sarah Eckstein won third place in the monologues competition.