Scene Clips for March 18, 2006
This week, the Silver Queen Quilters will present an event for people who want something to keep them warm at night. At 7 p.m. Tuesday in Park City’s Miners Hospital, the quilters will present a lecture, Quilt Designing for Dummies, by quilt teacher Sandy Varley.
All interested parties are welcome to attend. The Silver Queen Quilters hold regular meetings on the third Tuesday of each month. The events feature educational programs and workshops and offer an opportunity to schedule quilt-making parties for charity.
For more information about the club or the upcoming event, call Melba at 649-5368.
Authors Emily Scott Pottruck, Amy Tan to visit local bookstores
Next weekend, Emily Scott Pottruck, author of a book detailing the stories of pets and their caretakers, will visit Park City with her work, "Tails of Devotion."
Author Amy Tan, who wrote the book’s introduction, will also come to town with the book, appearing with Pottruck at an event at the Spotted Frog Bookstore on Friday, March 24, from 7-9 p.m. and on Saturday, March 25 at Dolly’s Bookstore from 3-5 p.m.
Both events are free and open to the public. For more information about the event at the Spotted Frog, call 575-2665. For information about the event at Dolly’s, call 649-8062. To find out more about "Tails of Devotion," visit http://www.tailsofdevotion.com.
New Reel competition still looking for films
The New Reel Film Competition, organized by the Park City Film Series, is looking for entries.
The event will feature short films under 30 minutes and will have two categories, including one for students under 18 and one for adults. Films are being accepted through April 15.
For a complete list of rules and requirements and for other information, visit http://www.parkcityfilmseries.com.
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