Clips for Nov. 22
Whole Foods wants to feed 5,000 families
This holiday season, Whole Foods Market is giving to and feeding those in need.
Through their "Grab & Give" program, the stores are ensuring that families have access to a healthy holiday meal full of nutrients and protein. Shoppers can purchase a pre-packaged meal designed to feed a family of four. Breakfast meals are $5 and lunch and dinner meals are $10. Whole Foods in Utah have set a goal to feed 5,574 families this holiday season. Meals will be donated to Utah Food Bank and Park City’s Peace House. In addition, on Nov. 20, the store donated 5 percent of the day’s sales to Utah Food Bank, American Red Cross Greater Salt Lake Area Chapter and the National Ability Center.
Nouveau Beaujolais Festival
The Wasatch Food and Wine Society presents the 26th anniversary of the Nouveau Beaujolais Festival at Deer Valley in Silver Lake Lodge. Doors will open promptly at 3 p.m. with one seating until 6 p.m. Deer Valley will offer a Georges DuBoeuf Nouveau Beaujolais in both casks and bottles. New this year we are adding the 2007 Georges DuBoeuf Beaujolais. A full Burgundian cuisine buffet will complement the fruity young flavor of the wines. Reservations are required and can be made beginning Nov. 3 by calling Kris Anderson at 435-645-6640, or 800-424-3337 or by mailing a check for $80 per person to Kris Anderson, Deer Valley Resort, PO Box 889, Park City, Utah, 84060. Guests will not receive actual tickets; names will simply be on a list at the door.
City names Nov. 28 Giving Day
Mayor Dana Williams declared Nov. 28 Giving Day to support nonprofit organizations that may be feeling the squeeze from the tightening economy.
Christmas in the Meadow Holiday Boutique
Shop for the holidays at the Holiday Boutique and find unique arts and crafts from the Wasatch front as well as elsewhere in the state. Gourmet food by Gateway Grill and Volkers Bakery will be available. The boutique is at St. Mary’s Catholic Church on State Route 224 and White Pine Canyon Road. Saturday activities run from 9 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. and Sunday Nov. 23, from 10 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.
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