Clips for Oct. 15
Freeheellife.com joins together with the Park City Tele Tribe to raise money and awareness for this important youth program. The third annual Freeheellife Fall Ball will be held Thursday Oct. 23 at the Star Bar. The event begins at 9 p.m. and will feature Deejay Knuckles and a raffle at midnight. Tickets can be purchased for $10 at the door with all proceeds to benefit the PC Tele Tribe. The "Tele Tribe" provides the Park City community a youth club program for telemark ski instruction and a safe, non-competitive atmosphere where kids can learn and share their skills with one another. The group is open to all levels and abilities, and for ages 8 to 18. To learn more about how you can be involved with this event or for questions please contact Josh Madsen at email@example.com or 801.450.0224.
Dust off the hula hoop
Join hula hoop instructor Laiya Moniak Wednesday, Oct. 15, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. for an energizing and empowering workshop on the "how- to’s" of Hula Hooping. In this two hour workshop, Monikah will demonstrate technique, alignment and the benefits of "hooping." Organizers will provide a few hula hoops. They will also be available to purchase for $30 on the day of the workshop. The workshop will be held at Park City Yoga Studio, 1662 Bonanza Dr.
Be Snow Smart workshop
Presented Dean Cummings, this free workshop will provide outdoor safety and avalanche awareness education in a fun, engaging format that will help everyone learn and retain valuable, life-saving information about outdoor safety and travel Thursday, Oct. 16, from 7 9 p.m., at the Jim Santy Auditorium on 1255 Park Ave.
Last weekend to see "Pageant" at the Egyptian Theatre
The musical comedy "Pageant" features six lovely "women" competing with amazing style, comical wit, and genuine desire to be the next Miss Glamouresse 2008. They are the picture of grace, talent, charisma and a little "something" extra. Don’t miss the next great beauty queen of Park City. "Pageant" closes Saturday. Tickets are on sale online at ParkCityShows.com or by calling 435-649-9371. For more info visit http://www.egyptiantheatrecompany.org.
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