Scene clips for April 13
Volunteer tutors are needed to help wrap up a brilliant 2012-2013 school year at The Mega Genius Supply Store and IQ HQ. Tutors help students with reading, writing or homework in a fun, safe and synapse-firing environment. Mega Genius, located at 435 Swede Alley, is a free, after-school literacy program, and is open for students in grades one through 12, Mondays through Thursdays, and Friday by appointment through May. Email Jaimie at Park City Performing Arts Foundation at Jatlas@ecclescenter.org for information about volunteering.
Yoga Teacher Training at Park City Yoga Studio
Learn to teach yoga with Park City School of Yoga’s foundational 200-hour yoga teacher training program at Park City Yoga, 1662 Bonanza Dr. The course is ideal for serious students of yoga and aspiring teachers. It is a Yoga Alliance registered school and comprises three areas of study — The Theory and Practice of Yoga, Yoga Philosophy and The Art of Teaching. In this three-month training trainees will learn how to help students develop a heightened sense of body-awareness and self-awareness to deepen their practice on the mat, and also show them how to take that awareness off the mat and into their lives. For more information, visit http://www.parkcityyogastudio.com or call Lisa or Jasmine at the studio at (435) 655-YOGA.
Park City High School Music Performance
The Park City High School Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band will perform at the Eccles Center for the Peforming Arts, 1750 Kearns Blvd., on Tuesday, April 16, at 7 p.m. The Treasure Mountain Junior High eighth grade band will also perform. Admission is free. The concert will wrap up the groups’ competition performances at the Region X Band Festival at Juan Diego High School in Draper earlier in the day. For more information, visit http://www.pchs.pcschools.ut .
Locals Free Day at the Park City Museum
The Park City Museum, 528 Main St., will host a locals free day on Tuesday, April `6. Park City and Summit County residents will b admitted for free to experience the museum’s hands-on exhibit, "Eat Well, Play Well." The display is designed to teach children and their families the importance of eathing and exercising. For more information, visit http://www.parkcityhistory.org.
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