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Education Briefs

Park City Performing Arts Foundation presents a free lecture and demonstration, featuring STREB, at Park City’s Eccles Center on December 30 from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Part dance, part gymnastics, part physics experiment. STREB is said to astonish and thrill audiences with mind-bending and spectacular performances. A matinee is scheduled for Dec. 29, and evening shows will be held Dec. 30 and 31. Call 655-3114, or visit, or

Heber Valley Railroad

The non-profit Heber Valley Railroad offers "Tube ‘n Train" adventures and the "Provo Canyon Limited" scenic excursion. Call for times, dates and prices. Group rates for 50 plus available. "Tube and Train is a 3-hour activity with a short train trip to a 1000-foot tubing hill with a tow lift, followed by a train ride back to Heber. Advanced reservations for the Tube ‘n Train are essential. Trains depart from the Heber Valley Railroad station at 450 South, 600 West, Heber City UT. 84032 For information, call (435) 654-5601, or visit . For tickets, call 800 888-TIXX

Holiday Splash Camp

South Summit Aquatic & Fitness Center is sponsoring a fun camp for kids 6-12, during which they will make crafts, play games and receive swim lessons. Children will be placed in groups based on their swimming abilities. Class days are Dec. 27-29, 9 a.m.-noon. The cost is $18 per child. Registration takes place at the front desk from Dec. 11-23. The center is located at 350 East 200 South, in Kamas. For more information call (435-783-2423

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