The Park City Ice Arena will be celebrate National Skating Month with various activities in January. On Jan. 5, the Utah Winter Games will hoist a short track speed skating competition from noon to 2:30 p.m. Later in the day, the rink will hold a Learn-to-Curl clinic from 3:30-5:30 p.m. to learn the basics of the sport. The day will wrap up with a Skating Free-for-All night from 5:45-7:15 p.m. The time is different from the rink’s original schedule due to the Utah Winter Games Speed Skating Event. On Sunday, Jan. 6 from 1-3 p.m., anyone who pays admission and rent skates for the public session will be treated to a free group skating lesson, a figure-skating exhibition, a speed-skating demonstration, a youth-hockey scrimmage, door prizes and more. The Figure Skating Club of Park City, the Park City Speedskating Club, and the Park City Knights Youth Hockey organization will all be present to answer questions and take new registrations. For more information, call 615-5700 or visit ww.pcice.org.
‘Tis the Season to Recycle
The Park City Lacrosse Organization (PCLO) announces its annual holiday tree pick-up fundraiser. Lacrosse players and their parents pick up holiday trees in their trucks and haul them to local mulching areas. Pick-up dates including Saturday, Jan. 5, or Saturday, Jan. 12. The cost is $15 payable to PCLO (a non-profit organization). To place an order, call 649-TREE (8733) or email at email@example.com . Leave a name, address, phone number, neighborhood and date for the tree to be picked up.
The Park City High School wrestling team will host Uintah on Thursday, Jan. 3, not Jan. the day originally stated in the Wednesday, Dec. 29 edition.
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