Clips for Wednesday, Sept. 3 through Friday, Sept. 5
When was the last time you visited your local museum? Sept. 13 has been declared, "Celebrate Your Museum Day". The Rock Cliff Nature Center will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with a naturalist available to answer questions and help you explore the Nature Center. From 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., collect teasel and make fall crafts. Bring leather gloves and clippers.
More than 250 museums in Utah provide a wealth of cultural and educational opportunities for residents and visitors alike. Museums are the guardians of Utah’s natural, cultural and artistic heritage.
To RSVP for the fall crafts and for more information, please contact the Nature Center at (435) 782-3030. Rock Cliff is located on the east end of Jordanelle State Park near Kamas and Francis. Day-use fee is $7 per carload up to eight people. Admission is free to Utah State Park Pass holders.
Park City Performing Arts fall schedule
Tickets now on sale for Park City Performing Arts Foundation fall season. Tickets are only available in person at the box office (333 Main Street on the first floor of the Main Street Mall) or by calling 435-655-3114. Tickets will be available for purchase on line at the end of the week. David rne, season opener, plays Oct. 11 at the Eccles Center. Natalie MacMaster performs her holiday show, "Christmas in Cape Breton," Dec. 20 and Grupo Corpo plays March 10. Kirsta Albert of the foundation says the full fall lineup at the Eccles Center will be announced in the coming weeks.
The Caveman cometh back
After its sell-out debut run in April, "Defending the Caveman" is back in Park City at the Egyptian Theatre for three nights only. The show will play Sept. 4, 5 and 6. Michael Van Osch reprises the role. Tickets for "Defending the Caveman" are on sale now at http://www.ParkCityShows.com . You can also call 435-649-9371. Comedian Rob Becker wrote "Defending the Caveman" over a three-year period during which he made an informal study of anthropology, prehistory, psychology, sociology and mythology. This humorous prehistoric look at the battle of the sexes played for two years on Broadway. The longest running solo play in Broadway history, it is full of side-splitting scenarios that celebrate the differences between men and women.
Due West comes to town Friday
Due West, an energetic vocal trio, plays at Harry O’s in Park City Friday, Sept. 5, at 9 p.m. For more information, visit: http://www.duewest.com , http://www.myspace.com/duewestmusic, http://www.digitalrodeo.com/duewest.
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