Briefs for Jan. 31-Feb. 2, 2007
Economic Forecast Luncheon
The Park City Chamber/Bureau will host its economic forecast luncheon on Groundhog Day this Friday, Feb. 2 at the Grand Summit Hotel at The Canyons Resort. The purpose of this luncheon is to forecast anticipated business levels in several key economic sectors for the upcoming year. Leaders in government, real estate, banking, construction and tourism will speak. The luncheon will start with a 11:45 p.m. registration and speakers will present material from noon to 1:30 p.m. Please allow extra minutes to park at The Canyons Day Skier Parking Lot (the first parking lot to the left on The Canyons Resort Drive). The Cabriolet will transport guests from the Day Skier Parking Lot to The Canyons Forum Area. The cost is $20 per person. Please RSVP to Barbara at 658-9619 or email@example.com .
Park Silly Sunday Market
The Park Silly Sunday Market is currently accepting vendor applications for the 2007 version of the Market that takes place on Main Street every Sunday from June 17 until Oct. 14. The market showcases eclectic local and regional arts and crafts, music, antiques, imports, gourmet foods and farmers market fruits and vegetables. For more information, call 901-0611.
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.
The David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah will be hosting an information session for anyone interested in earning a graduate business degree (MBA). The session will be held on Feb. 6 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in room 207 of the Park City Library.
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