Briefs for Jan. 31-Feb. 3, 2007
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.
Better Business Bureau Tax Advice
The Better Business Bureau is joining with local, state and federal government agencies and national consumer advocacy organizations to launch the ninth annual National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW), Feb. 4-10. This year’s theme is "Read Up, Reach Out and Be an Informed Consumer" with timely tax filing advice. "As tax filing deadlines approach, BBB experience supports the prediction that scam artists will prey upon people’s trust and try to take advantage of confusion over newly-enacted tax breaks, just as they do every year. Reading up, reaching out and becoming an informed consumer this tax season can help people avoid tax schemes and make decisions to better protect their hard-earned dollars and improve their financial situation," said Jane Driggs president and CEO of The Better Business Bureau of Utah. In the "Consumer/Business Tips" section of the BBB Web site (www.bbb.org ), consumers can find specific, easy to understand tax-related educational information, including articles on Avoiding Tax Reduction Schemes, General Tips on Deducting Charitable Contributions, and Finding a Reputable Tax Preparer
Park City Library MBA Seminar
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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Landslides in Big Cottonwood Canyon on Sunday forced authorities to send drivers above the debris field over Guardsman Pass and into Park City as they navigated a route to the Wasatch Front. One of the landslides was considered to be major and cut off S.R. 190.