Clips for Dec. 3
This Thursday, Dec. 4, marks the beginning a new concert series that is free to the public. The Park City Free Winter Concerts are scheduled for Thursday evenings at Harry O’s and are presented by The Canyons. Door open at 7:30 p.m. at Harry O’s with Tim Wray and Fat Paw headlining the first of 15 winter concerts. The concert runs from 8 to 10 p.m. Following the conclusion of the Tim Wray concert, Harry O’s will be hosting Junior’s 4th Annual Birthday Extravaganza, and all are invited to the free bash. Junior, who is the production manager for all the events at the club, will be performing with his band, Junior & Transportation.
Festival of Trees opens today
The 38th annual Festival of Trees benefiting Primary Children’s Medical Center opens today. The Festival runs through Saturday, Dec. 6, at the South Towne Expo Center, 9575 South State Street in Sandy from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tickets are: $4 for adults, $3 for seniors and children age 11 and under. Children younger than 2 are free. For more information, visit http://www.festivaloftreesutah.org .
Park City High School Scholarship Club Seminar
Why is it so hard for great kids to get into top colleges? Wednesday, Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. in the Park City High School Large Lecture Hall, get an insider’s perspective on the college application process for highly selective schools. Don Betterton, former Director of Financial Aid at Princeton University, will present. Gain practical advice and learn the most effective funding strategies and tips on how to seek and secure financial assistance for college, regardless of income level. The lecture is Dec. 3, from 7 until 9 p.m. at Park City High School Large Lecture Hall. For more info visit pchs.pcschools.us.
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A longtime Park City activist expressed worries that another Winter Olympics could exacerbate some of the issues the community as of today struggles to address. Rich Wyman’s comments were some of the only public statements in recent months addressing concerns about the efforts to stage a second Games.