Scene Clips for March 11, 2006Timpanogos Valley Theater Company looking for ‘Music Man’ players
The Heber Valley-area’s community theatre group, the Timpanogos Valley Theater Company, will hold auditions for its spring production, "The Music Man,"on March 28 and 29.
The auditions will take place at the Wasatch County Senior Citizens Center, located at 465 East 1200 South in Heber, from 5-8 p.m. The audition is open to all ages.
For questions and more information about the auditions, call (435) 654-6406. For more information about the theatre company, visit http://www.tvtheater.org.
DesignArts Utah seeks entries
The Utah Arts council is looking for design entries for its DesignArts Utah ’06 Exhibition. An annual exhibition, DesignArts Utah promotes the diverse fields of design in Utah, including architecture, community planning and environmental, consumer product, communication and industrial design.
The deadline for all types of submissions is April 28, and the exhibition will run from June 16 to July 28 at the Rio Gallery.
For more information or for a submission form, call (801) 533-3585 or visit arts.utah.gov.
Kimball Art Center now available for little ones’ birthday fun
Looking for a location for a young one’s birthday? The Kimball Art Center might have an answer.
The organization is offering Friday and Saturday afternoon birthday parties for youth ages 5 to 12. Themes range from painting to jewelry-making and picture-frame and treasure-box decorating and include a host, activities and art supplies.
Parties are priced starting at $200, which includes everything needed for a birthday boy or girl and 10 guests. Additional guests are $20 per child. For more information about the events, or to reserve a space, call 649-8882. For more info on the art center, visit http://www.kimball-art.org.
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