Clips for Oct. 11 |

Clips for Oct. 11

Clips for Oct. 11

Give Big Brothers, Big Sisters a boost

Booster Juice in Park City will be donating a portion of their proceeds to Big Brother Big Sister of Utah in Summit and Wasatch Counties on Oct. 15. Organizers urge everyone to take part and enjoy a drink to help local the community. Booster Juices are located at 8178 Gorgoza Plains Ste. 1 and 1890 Bonanza Dr., Ste. 108.

Family Art Saturday

The Salt Lake Art Center recently announced a new art-making program designed for families. Join organizers Saturday, Oct. 11, at the Salt Lake Art Center where families can drop in for a free two-hour session from 2 to 4 p.m. In addition to paper-flower making and drawing, the event features a sneak peek at the exhibit "Utah Draws: Contour and Context and Civil Liberties under Fire: The ACLU of Utah at 50." Admission is free and open to the public.

National prayer group

Join the Christian Center of Park City for a 30-to-45 minute corporate prayer meeting for our nation every Thursday at noon between now and Thanksgiving. Organizers encourage people to join thousands across America who are meeting to pray for presidential and local elections, the financial crisis, victims of natural disaster and judicial appointees. The Christian Center of Park City is at 1100 Iron Horse Drive and can be reached at 649-2260.

Volunteers needed for the book festival Oct. 22 to Oct. 25

The Utah Humanities’ annual book festival is looking for volunteers, who will have the opportunity to interact with influential authors, booksellers, and other well-read members of the Utah literary community. Festival volunteers will also receive a free "swag bag" with a book festival t-shirt, bottled water, and a healthy boxed lunch. The festival runs from Oct. 22 to 25 in Salt Lake City. To learn more about the book festival go to: .

Halloween at the Glenwood

The 15th anniversary of Halloween at the Glenwood will be celebrated on Sunday, Oct. 26, from noon to 2 p.m. at the historic Glenwood Cemetery. Park City history will come alive with 12 actors in period costumes standing by their characters’ graves and telling about life and death in the historic mining town. For more information, visit The Park City Historical Society and Museum at

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