Clips for Saturday, Oct. 18
Monday, Oct. 20 from 8 a.m. to noon, nonprofit organizers can receive individualized, nuts and bolts help from a nonprofit consultant during a free, one hour one-on-one consultation. Schedule a meeting with Colleen Mendel, Executive Director of T/TAS and experienced consultant, to review your Board Member/Executive Director performance review process. Performance appraisals help focus a nonprofit’s efforts, provide valuable learning and improvement opportunities and encourage professionalism
among board and staff. Sign up now, bring your board chair, personnel committee, or just yourself. To learn more or schedule a consultation, please call Katie at 435.214.2147.
Egyptian costume closet sale
The Egyptian Theatre plans to hold a costume sale just in time for Halloween. The sale will be held Friday, Oct. 24, from 11 a.m. 5 p.m. in the third floor Edwina room. Get the perfect costume for Halloween at the Egyptian. Many items are less than $5. The sale offers complete costume sets, giant penguin suits, medieval and flapper outfits and various hats and accessories. Egyptian Theatre is located at 328 Main St.
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 parkcityhistory.org.
Children’s Spookin’ Art Show
Young artists up to age 13 are invited to join Gallery MAR in presenting our Spookin’ Art Show. Stop by the gallery beginning Oct. 1 to receive your blank canvas. Using the Halloween theme, paint or decorate your piece in a "Spookin’" fashion and deliver your work back to the gallery by Oct. 20. The entry fee is $10. Proceeds benefit Arts Kids, a local non-profit arts organization whose mission is to reach children while they are still open to learning new ways of relating to their world and to facilitate empathy and acceptance of all people within a diverse society. To provide a safe, nurturing and diverse environment in which the creative spirit within each child can open and grow through experiencing the expressive arts. The Spookin’ Art Show and sale runs Oct. 24 through Nov. 3. Reception for the artists is on Friday, Oct. 31 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Costumes encouraged. Call 435-649-3001 for more information. Gallery MAR is located at 580 Main Street.
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