Saturday, January 7 is the last opportunity to have the Park City Lacrosse Organization come and pick up Christmas trees. It costs $15 per tree. They accept cash or a check payable to PCLO, a non-profit organization. To place an order call: 435-645-9575. Leave your name, address, phone number, neighborhood, date of pick up and method of payment. Please have tree outside in a visible location by 9 a.m. New Year’s Resolutions
For those of you who have made resolution’s to get in shape this year PCSD Community Education offers a variety of classes including "Better Body and More." Tone your body from the core in a class that integrates aerobics, step training, kickboxing and more. Bring a mat to class. Cost is $95. To register call 435-615-0215 or visit them on the web at http://www.pcschools.us and click on "Community Ed." Aquatic Center Passes
Prices for an annual pass at the Park City Aquatic Center are as follows:
$200 Individual pass for lap or open swim, $175 Senior lap or open swim, $300 Individual pass for lap and H20 Fitness, $400 Family pass for lap and open swim, $500 Family pass for lap, open swim and H20 Fitness.
For more information contact the Aquatic Center at 435-645-5617. Computer Classes
The Learning Center offers classes to help you become more computer savvy. Learn Excel, Mirosoft Word and PowerPoint. Classes run two days per session. They are held Thursday evenings 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturdays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Learning Center is located at 2400 Kearns Boulevard.
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Buses, trains and gondolas doesn’t have quite the same ring to it, but they make up the transit alternatives for the mountain transportation system the Central Wasatch Commission is trying to create, mostly in the Cottonwood canyons.