Scene Clips for April 12, 2006
Those interested in participating in the New Reel Short Film Competition must submit their films to the Park City Film Series office by Saturday, April 15 at 8 p.m.
The competition, which will run May 12-14, will feature filmmakers from Summit County, showcasing the short films from filmmakers of all ages. The event will divide its competitors into two categories, with one for those 18 and younger and another for adults 19 and over. In each category, the Park City Film Series will give awards to the top three entries, with $600 for first, $300 for second and $100 for third.
Films should be 30 minutes long or shorter. For a full list of requirements and more information, visit the film series Web site at http://www.parkcityfilmseries.com.
Friends of Animals to present second annual Hike Your Hound
Saturday, April 22, Summit County Friends of Animals will present its second annual Hike Your Hound community dog walk. The event will take place on the Historic Rail Trail, and will include contests, games, prizes and the hike. The event is open to the public, people and pooches alike, as long as dogs are friendly and on a leash.
Registration will run from 9-10 a.m. and is $20. It includes a T-shirt and a goody bag. All proceeds benefit the Summit County Friends of Animals. For more information about the event, or about Furburbia’s upcoming obedience classes, visit http://www.friendsofanimals.net.
Park City Christian Center to present event on ‘Day of Prayer’
In celebration of the national "Day of Prayer" on May 4, the Park City Christian Center will present a community prayer breakfast at The Yarrow Hotel that day from 7:30-9 a.m. At the event, at 8:15, 2002 Olympic speed skating gold medalist Derek Parra, will speak, talking about how God has worked in his life and the importance of prayer.
The cost of the event is $10 and includes a full breakfast. For more information about the event, call the Christian Center at 649-2260.
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