Business Briefs for Jan. 9 |

Business Briefs for Jan. 9

Talisker restaurant opens, community foundation workshop to be held and financial help available

Talisker On Main restaurant now open

A press release recently announced the restaurant Talisker on Main opened Friday, Jan. 8. Located at 515 Main Street, the 42-seat restaurant will feature the cuisine of Executive Chef John Murcko. It has indoor and outdoor dining. Dinner is offered seven days a week beginning at 5:30 p.m. and reservations can be made by calling 658-5479.

Community foundation workshop to be held

The Park City Foundation invites locals to a workshop Wednesday, Jan. 13 from 8:30 to 10 a.m. at the Newpark Hotel on the benefits of donating to a community foundation. Information will be offered by the Utah State Bar, the Community Foundation of Utah and The Park City Foundation. Contact Trisha Worthington at 214-2149 to attend.

Finances for the jobless discussed at Monday meeting

The Park City Career Network will host special guests Joe Cronley, a local financial planner, and the not-for-profit group AAA Fair Credit to discuss the topic, "What to do when the paycheck stops" to help locals who have recently lost work. The meeting will be Jan. 11 at 9 a.m. at the Temple Har Shalom.

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