Scene Clips for March 29, 2006
The 2006 Kids’ Choice Awards will feature a little bit of Park City. This year’s awards show, which will run on Nickelodeon April 1, will feature a stunt to be shot at the Utah Olympic Park. For the segment, Olympian Ryan St. Onge will jump off one of the freestyle hills into a vat of slime.
Nickelodeon needs a crowd of kids for the filming on March 30. those interested in participating in the shooting may do so through the Youth WinterSports Alliance. According to Shelley Gilwald, the executive director of the WinterSports Alliance, Nickelodeon is looking for youth ages 7 to 14, although all ages are welcome.
Those interested in participating must register by e-mailing youwinpc30 p.m. in front of the Alf Engen Ski Museum; due to the nature of television filming, participants should come prepared to be outside for an hour or two.
For questions or more information, e-mail youwinpc30 p.m. the library will host Peter Rabbit Tea, complete with tea and cake. The event will include door prizes, stories, games and a craft and is recommended for kids ages five and up. Kids can sign up starting April 1 at the library’s front desk or by calling 615-5603.
Monday, April 17, at 4:30 p.m., the library will hold its Kids’ Book Club, featuring Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator and a chance to design a Willy Wonka candy wrapper.
Saturday, April 29, the library will present YOGA for Kids with classes for parents and babies at 10 a.m. and classes for children ages 3-9 at 11 a.m.
For more information about any of the programs at the library, call 615-5600 or visit http://www.parkcitylibrary.org.
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