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Briefs for May 12-15, 2007

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Book sale

The Friends of the Summit County Libraries will hold their annual used book sale at the Kimball Junction library. The sale begins with a Friends preview Thursday, May 24 from 6-9 p.m. New Friends can pay their $10 dues at the door and enjoy the preview, too. The sale features a huge selection of hardbacks and paperbacks for adults and children all priced at $1 or less. Videos, DVDs and books-on-tape are also available. The public is invited Friday, May 25 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday, May 26 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Bring an old F-O-L bag and fill it for $10. On Saturday, from 3-6 p.m., fill your bag for only $3. The sale will be held in the auditorium adjacent to the library, 6505 N. Landmark Drive in Kimball Junction. For more information, call 615-3900 or go to http://www.summit.lib.ut.us/.

Winter vacation planner

The Park City Chamber/Bureau 2008 Winter Vacation Planner and Winter Guest Services Guides are now in production. Please log on to http://www.parkcityinfo.com/member/listing/ and make any changes or approvals to member listing information. Wednesday, May 23, is Member Proofing Day for these publications. This is the final opportunity to confirm that member listings are correct before it goes to press.

Free Cookout in Celebration of National Tourism Week

The Chamber/Bureau will be hosting a free cookout on May 17 and 18 at the Visitor Information Center at Kimball Junction. The festivities will focus on recognizing and thanking both the visitors to our region and the hospitality employees in Summit County, and will be held in conjunction with the 24th Annual "National Tourism Week" from May 12 – 20, sponsored by the Travel Industry Association of America (TIA). Guests will be treated to a grilled burger lunch and the visitor center staff will be ready to answer tourist questions and hand out local, regional and state visitor information.


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