Spanish classes will be offered through Park City School District Community Education. Day and evening classes will offer three levels of Spanish. Classes are held twice per week for 16 sessions beginning Jan. 23. Day classes will be held at Summit County Library, at Kimball Junction, and evening classes will be held at Treasure Mountain International Middle School. Fees are $99. For more information, or to register online, visit http://www.pcschools.us or call Jane at 615-0215.
Girl Scout Cookie Program
Girl Scouts of Utah’s annual cookie drive runs from Jan. 20-Feb. 4. Several types of zero trans-fat-per-serving cookies will be offered for sale.
Through the Girl Scout cookie program, girls manage inventory, set goals, learn money management, and develop marketing skills. Proceeds support local programs for girls and training for volunteers. To volunteer or donate, call 1-800-678-7809 or visit http://www.gsutah.org .
The film, "The Power of Forgiveness," will show at the Park City Community Church, 4501 N. S.R. 224, in Park City, on Jan. 21-Jan. 23, from 7-10 p.m. The film is followed by interfaith dialogues with priests, pastors and rabbis. The film features emotional up-close-and-personal story-telling with torn-from-the-headlines footage of 9/11, Beirut and Belfast among other stories. A $10 donation is suggested. Park City Community Church, Shepherd of the Mountains Lutheran Church and St. Mary’s Catholic Church will host the event. For more information, call 649-8131, or visit http://www.journeyfilms.com
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