Briefs for Jan. 27-31, 2007
The Best of Slamdance
The best of Slamdance screenings will take place at Trolley Square, located at 602 East 500 South in Salt Lake City today starting at 12:30 p.m. with the Audience Award winners. At 2:45 p.m. the Jury Award winners: Documentary will screen. The Jury Award winners: Narrative will begin at 5 p.m. Winners are posted on http://www.slamdance.com .
Outdoor Retailer Winter Market
The Outdoor Retailer Winter Market Show will take place Jan. 27-30 at the Salt Palace Convention Center. Registration details for Winter Market 2007 and more information on Outdoor Retailer tradeshows can be found at ww.outdoorretailer.com.
The Clothesline Project will be displayed at Westminster College. An opening reception will be held Monday, Feb. 5 at 7:30 p.m. in the Tanner Atrium of Emma Eccles Jones Conservatory. This is the second year Westminster has hosted the display as part of their annual V-Day Campaign. The Clothesline Project is a collection of stories about violence and was created as a witness to violence. The shirts included in display at Westminster are on loan from the Utah Valley State College traveling Clothesline Project. Each shirt represents a victim. This event is free and open to the public. Donations for the Rape Recovery Center will be accepted. The Clothesline Project will remain on display Feb. 5 – 10, 2007 in the Emma Eccles Jones Conservatory. For more information, call (801) 832-2680.
Professionals for Seniors
Professionals for Seniors will take place Wednesday, Jan. 31 at noon at the Wasatch County Senior Citizens Center located at 465 East 1200 South in Heber. The topic is "What does our senior citizens department/center have to offer senior citizens in Wasatch County." Lunch will be provided. To attend, call Stephen Mahoney (435) 654-4920.
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