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Children's Fair

The Soaring Wings Montessori School will hold its 15th Annual Park City Children’s Fair on June 1 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at City Park in Park City. Activities will include games, pony rides, live music and food. All proceeds from the event will go to charities selected by the students of Soaring Wings. For more information, call the Soaring Wings Montessori School at (435) 640-4858.

Town Hall Meeting

McPolin Elementary School will host a Town Hall Meeting on May 29 to discuss school board candidates for Precinct 1, Deer Valley and Old Town, and Precinct 3, Park Meadows. An opportunity will be provided at the meeting for the candidates (Moe Hickey will run for Precinct 1, while Anne Bransford, Art Brothers and Gerd Holmsen-Aguilar will all run for Precinct 3.) to answer questions. Absentee ballots will also be provided.

Green Construction

On June 6 at 10 a.m. Recycle Utah will host a presentation on Green-Clean Recovery at 1951 Woodbine in Park City. The topic of conversation will be appropriate recycling of construction material and the ways contractors can dispose of wood, sheetrock, and cardboard at sites. For more information, call Recycle Utah at (435) 649-9698.

Blast off for Debate

The Park City High School Debate Team will host a screening of the film "Rocket Science" as a fundraiser for the squad on May 30 at 6 p.m. in the Park City High School cafeteria. Tickets will be $5 and snacks will be available.


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