THE WOMAN’S ATHENAEUM CLUB is the oldest women’s club in Park City. We value our heritage, honor the people of Park City and serve our community. We would love to have you join us. For information, please contact Trisha Janes at 513-1236.
THE PARK CITY SUNRISE ROTARY CLUB meets every Thursday at 7:15 a.m. at the Jeremy Golf and Country Club, 8770 N. Jeremy Road, Jeremy Ranch. Call Bill Loughlin 435-649-4005. Guests are welcome.
THE PARK CITY ROTARY CLUB meets every Tuesday at 12:15 p.m., at the Grub Steak Restaurant, 2200 Sidewinder Dr., in Prospector Square. Guests are always welcome. Call Jim Lea, 647-8008.
KIWANIS INTERNATIONAL is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time. Kiwanis Club of Park City meets every Thursday at 8 a.m. at The Yarrow Hotel. For more information, call (435) 640-6462, or e-mail email@example.com
TOASTMASTERS INT’L OF PARK CITY meets Tuesdays, 7-8 a.m. in the auditorium of the Richins Bldg. (Summit County Library), 6505 N. Landmark Dr. Promotes public speaking and leadership skills in a fun and positive learning environment. For more information call John Henry at 435-513-0810 or visit http://www.parkcitytoastmasters.org.
PARK CITY SOCIAL DANCE CLUB will meet each Wednesday, 7:30-8:30 p.m. Learn tango, waltz, salsa and cha cha. Drop in fee $10, or $35 for four weeks. Singles or couples. Classes held at Park City Dance Academy, 6554 Creekside Lane (near Kimball Jct.), across from Red Church. Call Cindy (801) 792-3082 or Steve (435)-513-2003.
PARK CITY MOTORCYCLE CLUB is for motorcycle enthusiasts of all ages. Organized rides, informational meetings, social events and opportunities to serve the community. Contact Bob Jones, 647-5713, or vist http://www.parkcitymotorcycleclub.org. Scheduled rides each month inclue the 2nd Saturday (all-day) and 4th Tuesday (dinner ride).
NEWCOMERS CLUB OF GREATER PARK CITY welcomes new and nearly new residents, full-time or seasonal. Monthly membership coffees second Wed. of each month. Many activities and interest groups. Call Kay Ellis at 655-3197.
DAUGHTERS OF THE UTAH PIONEERS resume monthly meetings the second 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.
SUMMIT SEEKERS SNOWMOBILE CLUB meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month. Snowmobiling issues discussed, guests are welcome. Call Leo, (435)783-5907, or Okie/Bonnie Leach, 649-8935.
TOUGH LOVE, parent support group, provides options and emotional support for families in crisis. For times, call Becky, 615-1852.
PARK CITY MOMS — Want to meet other moms with young children at home? Join our group–fun activities for moms, kids, families. Visit http://www.parkcitymoms. com, or call Tara at 658-4745, firstname.lastname@example.org
HIGH UINTA BACK COUNTRY HORSEMEN — For information, call Terry at (435) 783-5308 or Jack at (435) 783-2382.
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.
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.
ATTENTION HISTORY BUFFS! The Park City Library is hosting a history book club. Call Teresa Ferguson, 615-5600; or Chris Schaefer at 647-3541 or (832) 428-1977.
LA LECHE LEAGUE, offering breastfeeding information and support, holds meetings at Freedom Chiropractic, 1441 Ute Blvd. (Cottonwood at Newpark Building, across from the Fieldhouse). on the third Thursday of the month at 10 a.m. Nursing babies welcome. Call Bobbi Fosburg, 647-5759.
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.
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 Kim Barsketis at 901-0225 for meeting times and locations.
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 Woodside 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 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.
PARK CITY PROFESSIONAL ARTISTS ASSOCIATION is a group of Summit and Wasatch counties visual artists who promote and encourage professionalism, production; exhibition, education, networking, camaraderie and the growth of the visual arts of our members for the benefit of our community. Meetings second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at The Spotted Frog Bookstore in Redstone. New members welcome! Visit http://www.parkcityart.com.
THIRD THURSDAY is a Park City social and business networking group that meets the third Thursday of the month. No charge to join the group. Each monthly mixer hosted by Park City area businesses. No charge to attend. E-mail: email@example.com.
PARK CITY ICE ARENA SOCIAL SKATE/COFFEE CLUB meets Friday from 10:30-11:45 a.m. Drop-in cost is $12 (plus skate rental) and includes coffee, 1/2 hour lesson, and practice time. Come socialize with other adults and learn how to skate! Contact Erika Roberts at 615-5704 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit http://www.pcice.org.
MUSICIANS AND SONGWRITER’S CIRCLE meets the first Monday of month, 7 p.m. at Santy Auditorium (3rd floor, Park City Library, 1255 Park Ave.) starting Feb. 5. All ages welcome. Collaborate, create, and share songs. For more info contact: Brooks Bloomfield, 640-3791.
THE PARK CITY CURLING CLUB is starting a league. Saturdays 3:15 to 5:15 p.m. for nine weeks. Anyone interested can call Debbie at 901-2595 or send an e-mail to email@example.com
HEBER VALLEY GUN CLUB is dedicated to caly-bird shooting sports — for all ages and experience. Membership not required to shoot Thursday eves 6-10 p.m. Scholastic Caly Targets Program for youth; clinics for women and those seeking introduction to shotgun shooting. All instructors NRA certified and experience. A friendly atmosphere prevails. Contact http://www.hebervalleygunclub.net; firstname.lastname@example.org; or 801-377-3350.
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