The Park City Racquet Club is offering 20 percent off of three, six and 12-month facility passes during the month of November. Discounted prices include a three-month pass for $106, a six-month pass for $188 and a 12-month pass for $328. Passes are good for group fitness classes, the cardio loft, the fitness center, the gymnasium as well as sauna and hot tub facilities. The Racquet Club is located at 1200 Little Kate Road. For more information call, 615-5401. The Park City Ice Arena is offering 30 percent off of public skating passes for families, youth and adults. Check out the website or call the rink for prices and daily skating schedules. Skate rental is not included. Daily sessions are available. For more information, visit http://www.parkcityice.org or call 615-5700.
The South Summit Aquatic and Fitness Center is hosting its annual Turkey Brawl Dodge Ball Tournament. The tournament will be held on Saturday, Nov. 24 at 10 a.m. Teams may be male, female or co-ed. Only 10 people can play on the court at a time. The cost is $50.00 per team. Participants must be 16 years of age or older to participate in any of the center’s adult sports. Registration will be open until Nov. 21. For more information contact Stephen Sutherland at (435) 783-4038.
Park City High School baseball players, David Feasler and Dakota Matherly recently returned from the Arizona Sophomore Fall Classic, where they played for the Utah Baseball Academy team and won the tournament championship. The tournament featured 28 teams from all over the country. The team was coached by Bob Keyes. The team made it into the championship round on Sunday, and had to win all three games to win the championship. For more information about the event, visit http://www.utahbaseballacademy.com/
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