Clips for Wednesday
April 7, 2009
80’s prom nightThis year’s 1980s prom will be held Friday, April 10, at Cisero’s. The band Skinny Tiez will play 80s covers. The year is 1987, and the costumes in the works are rumored to be pretty amazing. Tickets are available in advance at Orion’s Music and a limited number available for $15. Tickets will be sold at Orion’s until Friday evening, and available at the door for $20. Costumes are required.
Free screening of "Riding Giants"The film "Riding Giants" will be shown as part of the Reel Classics Series April 8 at 7 p.m. The American surfing culture and the advent of big wave challenges are recorded with enormous detail and affection in this spirited documentary, chosen as the opening night film at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival because of its undeniable crowd-pleasing vibe. Placing footage of some of the sport’s most spectacular, board-breaking waves along side interviews with the daredevils who ride them, the film offers a highly engaging emersion into a culture of larger-than-life West Coast characters driven by their thrill-seeking instincts.
Park City High School scholarship seminar
So, you’re not a genius, you’re too busy to join clubs, you haven’t had any huge obstacles or your parents make too much money for government aid but it never goes far enough? There are scholarships for everyone, regardless of grades, financial status, age or affiliations (or the lack thereof). Learn about scholarship opportunities for everyone. We will also review the Community Scholarship Application process. Dana Ardovino, PCHS Community Scholarship Advisor, presents. The seminar is Wednesday, April 8, from 7 until 9 p.m. at Park City High School Large Lecture Hall.
Traditional rag-doll making workshop
Celebrate the tradition of rag doll making with artist Yoxani Shurtleff. In this one day workshop, teen and adult students stuff, stitch, paint and decorate their own traditional rag doll. Each doll is a work of art. This class is offered at special price of $20 in collaboration with Arte Latino. Classes fill quickly so sign up today. The event runs from noon until 2 p.m. at the Kimball Art Center, 638 Park Ave.
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Big Wide Grin
Mountain Home Concert Series presents "Big Wide Grin" Saturday, April 11, at a home in Silver Creek. The Easter potluck starts at 6 p.m. with a BYOB reception. Music starts at 7 p.m. Organizers ask for $20 for tickets bought online at http://www.mountaintownstages.com and $25 at the door. "Big Wide Grin" is a bi-coastal trio of Elaine Dempsey, Lawrence Lambert & Karl Werne, hailing from California and Virginia, bring such diverse backgrounds of experience, music and theater together to form a rich, soulful blend of character and harmony so deep and dynamic, it will move you to an understanding of their name. Usually on the move, they are no strangers to national tours and folk festivals and have shared the stage with such artists as Janis Ian, Harriett Schock, and toured with Legendary blues man Keb’ Mo’.