Clips for Wednesday, Oct. 8 to 11
It’s never too late to learn how to swing. Classes are very user-friendly (read: easy and
not intimidating) for those of you with a long-held desire to learn a little bit of social dancing. No prerequisites – just two feet! Objective: Have a good time. The new season begins again this fall with two four-week sessions: Oct. 13 through Nov. 3 and Nov. 10 through Dec.1. Classes will dismiss for the Christmas holidays and resume again in
January. Classes for the Park City Dance Club are held at Park City Dance Academy, 6554 N. Creekside Lane (at Kimball Junction across the street to east of the red church) Mondays, 8-9 p.m. October through May. Instructor Cindy Rae. Four week sessions for singles/couples. Cost per person $40. Couples $75/session. Out-of-town
drop-in visitors always welcome. For info please call Cindy Rae at 801.792.3082 or Steve Holcomb 435.513.2003.
"Claim, The Greatest Ski Movie Ever!" plays Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Matchstick Productions’ new release, "Claim, The Greatest Ski Movie… EVER!" premieres in Park City on Friday, Oct. 10. The Jim Santy Auditorium will host this event with athletes from the film available for poster signings, swag giveaways, and the MSP crew to kick off the night. The movie starts at 7 p.m. Friday. Encore performances will be held Saturday and Sunday night if you miss Friday’s premiere. Special admission price is $10 for this movie. "Claim" was shot on location in Park City.
Freedom for the Thought That We Hate: the Continuing Struggle Against Censorship
Attorney Dani Eyer will give a brief review of the history, the theory, and the current climate of free expression, including hate speech as well as how, regardless of time and place, people become fearful, look to authority and censorship for security, and inevitably reap far worse unintended results. This event is being presented in conjunction with the traveling exhibit from the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and is sponsored by the Utah Humanities Council. The event is Thursday, Oct. 16, from 7 8:30 p.m. at Park City Library, 1255 Park Avenue.
Curtain closes on "Pageant" Oct. 18
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" plays Sept. 12 through Oct. 18. 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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