Clips for Aug. 2-5
Influential and often controversial multi-platinum New York rapper Nas (Nasir Jones) is currently on the road in support of his untitled ninth studio album, "The Jones Experience," also featuring special guests Talib Kweli, Jay Electronica and DJ Green Lantern. The 21-date trek will be hitting small clubs across North America including Harry O’s in Park City Friday, Aug. 22. Harry O’s is located at 427 Main Street. For ticket information call 655-7579.
Closing night for Altar Boyz at the Egyptian Theatre
The musical comedy is about a slightly misguided boy band and will play Saturday 7:30 p.m. For tickets call 435-649-9374 or visit ParkCityShows.com. The Egyptian Theatre Company is located at 328 Main Street Park City.
Cheer camp to raise money
PCHS Cheerleaders are conducting a cheer camp for all abilities, ages five to 12. Monday to Thursday, Aug. 4-7 at the Basin Recreation, Newpark Fieldhouse from 2-5 p.m. The fee is $150 for the week or $42 per day. This is a fundraiser for the cheerleaders. Please contact Katy at 901-2900 or email@example.com for registration or additional information.
Celebrate local artists on 8/8/8
Organizers are calling for local artists, poets, painters, dancers, singers, writers, sculptors, painters, performance artists, rock stars and thespians to showcase original work at the Whos’ Art event on Aug. 8 at 8 p.m. at the Silver Star Resort. Free and open to the public. All art must be original and there is a limit of two pieces or 10 minutes of performance. Call Kran at 435-901-2007 for more information.
AIDS education coalition needs support
The People With AIDS Coalition of Utah is calling for concerned citizens to write letters to the editor and contact local representatives to push for an AIDS drug assistance program that would deliver life-saving medication to people with HIV/AIDS. For more information contact Toni Johnson at 801-484-2205 or visit http://www.PWACU.org.
Seminar to quit smoking
Join the American Lung Association’s Freedom From Smoking course offered at Heber Valley Medical Center in the boardroom Tuesday, August 5, from 7-9 p.m. This eight-week session covers a different aspect of smoking cessation each week, from determining if you are ready to quit, rewarding yourself for quitting, reducing stress, adding an exercise plan and finally staying smoke free. The course fee is $100, which includes an American Lung Association Freedom From Smoking Workbook and a relaxation CD. The workbook serves as a continual resource to help you stay smoke-free. The initial class is free and will review the 8-week course, help you determine if you are ready to quit and will help you discover what type of smoker you are. The classes are August 5, 12, 18, 26, 28, and September 2, 9, and 16. For more information, contact the Respiratory Therapy Department at Heber Valley Medical Center by calling (435) 657-4444.
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