The Park City Ice Arena will kick off the holiday season with its Holiday Extravaganza on Friday, Dec. 5, at 7 p.m. Performances will be given by members of the Figure Skating Club of Park City, Learn to Skate participants, and guest skaters from Salt Lake City. Admission is $5 for anyone over age 12.
Holiday hoops camp
Basin Recreation is offering a basketball camp for boys and girls ages 9-13 at Ecker Hill Middle School Monday, Dec. 22, and Tuesday, Dec. 23, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The cost is $45. The camp will be run by Barry Hecker, who has coached basketball at the NBA, collegiate, and high-school levels. The camp will focus on the basics of the game and improving skill level. To register, visit http://www.basinrecreation.com or call 655-0999 ext. 11.
The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital (TOSH) Physical Therapy Clinic in Park City will host a free lecture on Tuesday, Dec. 2, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. The lecture will be given by Dr. Phil Davidson, who practices with the Heiden/ Testa clinic in Park City. Davidson is an orthopedic surgeon who just moved into the area from Tampa, Fla. The lecture topic is new alternatives for treatment of knee pain. Anyone planning to attend should RSVP to the clinic at 647-5955.
Tickets for the 2009 University of Utah home football season went on sale this week. Tickets may be purchased by phone at (801) 581-UTIX, online at http://www.utahutes.com, and in person at the Rice Eccles Stadium ticket office. Season-ticket prices start at $99. Early purchase is recommended as demand is at an all-time high. Utah nearly sold out of its season-ticket allotment this fall and five of six home games were sold out.
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