Clips for Nov. 5
A free concert to benefit the People’s Health Clinic will be offered Monday, Nov. 10, from 7:30 until 9:30 at the First Unitarian Church, 569 South 1300 East in Salt Lake City. Refreshments will be served and donation will be accepted for the nonprofit organization.
‘Tell No One’ plays at the Park City Library
Another week means another film in the Global Lens Series. ‘Tell No One’ is based on the international best-selling novel about an innocent man is on the run after he’s accused of murder and his spouse. The film stars Kristin Scott Thomas, Nathalie Baye and a cast of top French actors in a film of suspense and intrigue. The show starts at 7 p.m. and adult tickets cost $7. For a calendar of films, go to http://www.parkcityfilmseries.com.
Heber City’s Cowboy Poetry Gathering
Heber City will celebrate its 14th Annual Cowboy Poetry Gathering and Buckaroo Fair, through Nov. 9 at Wasatch High School, Wasatch County Events Center and Midway Town Hall. Hours vary, but most gatherings start between 5 and 7 p.m. This year’s performers are Michael Martin Murphey, Ian Tyson, Red Steagall, Tom Russell, Wylie & The Wild West, the Bar J Wranglers as well as host Waddie Mitchell. The festival will feature nine main concerts, ongoing cowboy poetry and entertainment, more than 40 western booths with arts, crafts and cowboy gear, mountain man camp, cowboy church, the Horse Extravaganza Show and the Cowboy Express Train. For ticket information and more details visit http://www.hebercitycowboypoetry.com.
Egyptian announces dates for Music Man
The Egyptian Theatre will stage "Music Man" from Nov. 21 until Dec. 28 at Park City’s Egyptian Theatre. Tickets are on sale now at the Egyptian Theatre Box Office, 328 Main St. or by calling 435-649-9371 or visiting ParkCityShows.com. Performances are Wednesday through Saturday evening, with 2 p.m. matinees on Saturday and Sunday.
Regular ticket prices range from $16 to $30, Cabaret Tables from $31-$34 plus service charges.
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