Clips for Wednesday
The Park Silly Sunday Market is now accepting applications. The 2008 Park Silly Sunday Market consistently drew crowds of 2,500-5,000 people each Sunday, so come join the silliness on Park City’s Historic Main Street in 2009. The Market runs for fifteen Sundays June 14 until Sept. 27, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Free "CommUnity Elements" are what make this weekly street festival the unique and exciting event it is with non-profit organizations, sustainable issue groups, kids activities, live music, featured chef presentations and more. The deadline for all jewelry applications is Feb. 15. All other vendors receive the greatest savings by applying before this deadline. Visit the Park Silly Sunday Market website to apply today http://www.parksillysundaymarket.com or call with questions: (435)655-0994. More http://www.parksillysundaymarket.com/
Michael Franti concert on Main Street
The funk, rock and reggae band Michael Franti and Spearhead play a free concert Thursday on Lower Main Street at 7 p.m. to kick off the Visa Freestyle International ski competition being held at Deer Valley and Park City through Saturday. Franti, who has garnered buzz for a recent song praising Barack Obama, has worked on a variety of social-justice issues. He is known as a musician, composer and poet.
Learn how to sell on eBay the right way
Richard Duncan, an eBay education specialist, will be presenting a free workshop at the Summit County Library Kimball Junction Branch about selling items on eBay. He will teach how to avoid costly mistakes and give tips to maximize your profits. Registration is required for this free workshop, so please contact Dan Compton at (435) 615-3947 to enroll. An optional $20 student guide will be available to purchase. There will be one hour lunch break and 10 minute breaks each hour. The event is Saturday, Jan. 31, from 9 until 4 p.m. at Summit County Library/Kimball Junction Branch, 6505 N Landmark Dr.
Salt Lake Reconsidered
Art meets Science at "Salt Lake Reconsidered," a discussion and artist’s reception featuring photographer Diane Tuft and Dr. Bonnie Baxter, Director of the Great Salt Lake Institute. The event is free and open to the public and refreshments will be served. Kimball Art Center and Westminster College host the event Saturday, Jan. 31, from 6 until 8 p.m. at the Kimball Art Center, 638 Park Avenue.
Workshop on physical and intellectual development
Children start life as physical explorers, taking information from all of their senses, as well as through motion. It is this total sensory motor integration that leads to learning. Each new level of mastery leads to new learning and new physical challenges. Participants will be given 16 activities covering physical, intellectual, language & literacy, and social/emotional development. This workshop is the conclusion of a four-part free child development workshop series presented by Dr. F. Joyce Gerber each Thursday evening in January. It runs from 7 until 8 p.m. at the Summit County Library/Kimball Junction Branch, 6505 N. Landmark Drive.
Two people indicated in interviews they are considering mounting campaigns for the Park City Council, a signal the City Hall election could attract an intriguing slate of candidates in a year when the majority of the five seats are on the ballot.