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The Park Record Scene Clips for Feb. 20-22

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Meet the man behind the camera

World renowned wildlife photographer Thomas Mangelsen will visit the Images of Nature Gallery tonight from 5-9 p.m. The Images of Nature Gallery is located at 364 Main St. For details about Mangelsen’s work online, visit mangelsen.com.

Apply to the Park Silly Sunday Market

It’s time to apply for the 2008 Park Silly Sunday Market Season. Farmers, performers, artists and unique sellers please check the website http://www.parksillysundaymarket.com or call (435) 655-0994 for more information.

Meet nationally-syndicated cartoonist Pat Bagley

Park City Library opens its Visiting Author Series with Pat Bagley who is an award-winning and nationally-syndicated editorial cartoonist for the Salt Lake Tribune. Bagley is author of the bestselling "Clueless George goes to War" and most recently, Bagley’s "Utah Survival Guide." The event will be held Feb. 26 at 7 p.m. Call (435) 615-5602 for more information.

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Donate cars to Recycle Utah

No place to park the old clunker in a snow emergency? Car stopped going in a snow storm? Old car buried in a snow drift? Solve the problem by donating cars to Recycle Utah. Tear-a-Part recycling will tow the car away for free and recycle the car in an environmentally-friendly way. Donated cars make a meaningful donation to the community, according to Recycle Utah. For more information on how to donate cars and how to receive a tax deduction for it, go online to recycleutah.org or call (435) 649-9698.

Monthly book discussion series to begin next Thursday

Join the free book discussion series "Searching Inward Exploring Spirituality" beginning next Thursday, Feb. 28. Each discussion will take place on the fourth Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m. The group will meet in the auditorium in the Summit County Library at Kimball Junction. Books are available at the library. Feb. 28, the book is "Left to Tell." March 27, the book is "Autobiography of a Yogi." April 24, the book is "The Universe in an Atom." Discussion leader is award-winning author Lynne Finney, J.D., M.S.W. Call (435) 615-3900 for more information.

See the Great American Rock and Soul Show

Featuring performances by the Utah Jazz Cheerleaders, The Soul Survivors, a soul cover band and Rattle and Hum the Park City-based U2 tribute band, the Great American Rock and Soul Show at Harry O’s will benefit the Children’s Justice Center this Friday night. The show begins at 9 p.m. at 427 Main St. The entrance fee is $15. For tickets, visit smithstix.com or purchase tickets at the door. For more information call (435) 655-7579 or visit harryos-pc.com.

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