WOMAN’S ATHENAEUM will hold their meetings the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. Call 645-8762.
THE PARK CITY SUNRISE ROTARY CLUB meets every Thursday at 7:15-8:30 a.m. at The Cabin Club at The Grand Summit Hotel at The Canyons. Call Ladd Tanner, 640-3400.
THE PARK CITY ROTARY CLUB meets every Tuesday at noon at the Grub Steak Restaurant, 2200 Sidewinder Dr.
KIWANIS CLUB OF PARK CITY meets first and third Thursdays each month, 8 a.m. at The Yarrow Hotel. For more information, e-mail pckiwanis30-8:30 p.m. Guest instructors Ed Crane and Cindy Rae. Four week session $35. Drop-in cost $10 per night. Singles, couples, out-of-town visitors welcome. Call Steve Holcomb, (801) 450-3852 or Ed Crane Dance, (801) 792-3082.
PARK CITY MOTORCYCLE CLUB is a nonprofit club serving motorcycle enthusiasts of all interests and ages, and providing organized rides, informational meeting, social events and opportunities to serve the community. Contact Bob Jones, 647-5713, or vist the website, http://www.parkcitymotorcycleclub.org. Two scheduled rides each month, 2nd Saturday (all-day) and 4th Tuesday (dinner ride) See Web for details.
MEN’S GROUP, will focus on: Definition of abusive behaviors, identifying areas of change, overcoming fear of abandonment, looking at personal belief systems formed in family of origin, increasing inner sense of competence. Call 649-2426.
NEWCOMERS CLUB OF GREATER PARK CITY welcomes new and nearly new residents, full-time or seasonal. Monthly membership coffees second Wednesday of each month. Many activities and interest groups. Call Joan Mosch at 649-6568.
DAUGHTERS OF THE UTAH PIONEERS resume monthly meetings the 2nd. Wednesday of each month, 7 p.m. at the LDS church on Monitor Drive. Learn more about pioneer history. We hope to see you there! You do not have to be a decendent of a Utah pioneer to participate. For more information, please contact Valine Quinn at 645-7410.
PARK CITY LIONS CLUB meets on the first and third Wednesday of each month at 12:30 p.m. at the Rustic Creek Grille in the Radisson Inn. For membership information, call Florence Kruger, 649-8777.
KAMAS VALLEY LIONS CLUB holds a trap shoot for men and women on the last Saturday of the month, 11 a.m., Kamas Valley Gun Club. Call Stan Norris, (435) 783-4522.
SUMMIT SEEKERS SNOWMOBILE CLUB meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month. Snowmobiling issues discussed, guests are welcome. For location call Leo, (435)783-5907, or Okie/Bonnie Leach, 649-8935.
ATTENTION HISTORY BUFFS! The Park City Library is hosting a history book club. Call Patricia Clark, 940-1688, or Teresa Ferguson, 615-5602.
LA LECHE LEAGUE holds meetings, the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 10 a.m., offering breastfeeding information and support. Call Amy, 658-4812 or Karen, 658-4578.
PARK CITY MOMS — Looking to meet other moms with young children at home? Come join our group–fun activities for moms, kids and families. Visit http://www.parkcitymoms. com, or call Tara at 658-4745, email@example.com.
PARK CITY MOUNTAIN SPORTS CLUB offers all sports activities from tennis, skiing, biking and hiking to social gatherings. Weekly TGIFs. Single or married. Call 645-5350 or visit http://www.pcmsc.org.
HIGH COUNTRY FLY FISHERS is a local chapter of Trout Unlimited which focuses on fishing, conservation, improving stream habitat and helping the beginning fisherman. Call Bill Klusman, 649-4410.
UTAH BRITISH BIKE CLUB is dedicated to preservation, restoration and riding the famous motorcycles of England. Open to all biking enthusiasts. Contact Tom Kullen 649-7169.
THE PARK CITY ORDER OF ELKS meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at the Elks Bldg. on Main Street. Call 649-9960.
PARK CITY/HEBER WRITERS GROUP will hold regular meetings. All writers welcome. Call Kay Kunkel, 649-6760.
SILVER QUEEN QUILTERS — Anyone interested in quilting, call Lois Podolney at 649-3945 for meeting times and locations. e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
PC MOMS (MOTHERS OF MULTIPLES) meets monthly. Call Kathy Anderson, 645-9660.
THE RED HAT SOCIETY (Ya-Ya Pearls Chapter) meets monthly to plan and enjoy exciting adventures. Call Joni, 658-4819 (home) or 901-2290 (cell).
PARK CITY SENIOR CITIZENS meet every Monday and Thursday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Home cooked meal served at 1 p.m. Please call for reservation. 1361 Norfolk Ave. (Behind fire station.) New members encouraged. Activities include bridge and canasta, billiards, exercise equipment use, trips and more. Call 649-7261. Supervised by Mountainlands Dept. of Aging.
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, Salt Lake Valley Chapter. All are welcome. Call Alice Astroth (801) 943-7843.
PARK CITY COUNCIL KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS meets on the 1st Wednesday of the month in the Social Hall of St. Mary’s Catholic Church. Call 649-2419 or 649-9676.
TOUGH LOVE, a parent support group, provides options and emotional support for families in crisis. For times, call Becky at 615-1852.
HIGH UINTA BACK COUNTRY HORSEMEN–For information, call Terry at (435)783-5308 or Jack at (435) 783-2382.
PARK CITY GAY AND LESBIAN GROUP is planning monthly events. Dec. 17 will be breakfast at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church followed by snowshoeing and X-C skiing. For more information, e-mail Manuel at pianospecialists@ networld.com or Ted at email@example.com or phone 649-7223.
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