Scene Happenings: Nov. 18 and beyond

Curtains for ‘Young Frankenstein’ This Weekend

Ziegfeld Theater Company will wrap up a three-weekend run of the musical comedy “Young Frankenstein” Nov. 18-19 at the Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main St. “Young Frankenstein” is based on Mel Brook’s 1974 horror spoof that pays homage to the black and white creature features of the 1930s. For information and tickets, call 855-745-SHOW or visit

Get naturally creative at the Swaner EcoCenter

Swaner Preserve & EcoCenter, 1258 Center Drive at Kimball Junction, offers Swaner Craft Sunday, which features an upcycled nature-themed craft craft every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. All ages are welcome to this drop-in formatted event. For information, visit

Canyons Village Seeks Utah-based Artists

Canyons Village Management Association wants to utilize the creativity and ingenuity of five Utah-based artists or artist teams to decorate the interior of inactive gondolas. The gondolas will be stationed around the Canyons Village Base Area at Park City Mountain Resort throughout the 2023 and 2024 ski season. Resort guests who peer inside the gondolas will be greeted by a winter wonderland scene created by the artists. Each gondola will feature a QR code that will give guests access to artist information, what to find in that specific gondola, and a map of the other gondolas throughout Canyons Village. Application deadline is 5 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 1. Artists should email a brief bio, three images of their artworks (JPG, PNG, or PDF), along with a visual rendering and description of the proposed artwork for the Gondola Art Walk, and three professional references to

The Barbara Bash Returns

Locally-based women named Barbara are invited to celebrate St. Barbara’s birthday during a gathering at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 2, at Windy Ridge Cafe, 1250 Iron Horse Drive. The Barbara Bash, an annual event, took a few years off due to COVID-19, and is back this year. For information and to RSVP, call Barbara Maben at 435-649-3778 or 435-640-9756. 

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