Hoops camp The 5th Annual Park City Youth Basketball Camp is being held Dec. 12-15 from 4-5:30 p.m. at the Park City Racquet Club gymnasium. Third through eighth graders will practice their shooting, passing and defensive play. Cost is $45. Register online at parkcityrecreation.org or call the front desk at 615-5401 for more information. Soldier Hollow tubing The Olympic legacy facility at Soldier Hollow will open its tubing hill on Dec. 10. Soldier Hollow is geared up for more tubing enthusiasts with a second lift in operation. Soldier Hollow will open at noon during the week instead of 4 p.m. to allow families with young children to tube during the warm part of the day. Soldier Hollow offers the longest tubing lanes in Utah at 1,000 feet. Lift service tows people up the hill for tubing, day or night, under the lights. To assure a quality experience, Soldier Hollow limits the sale of tubing tickets. On Saturdays and busy holidays, in particular, they encourage pre-purchase of tubing hill tickets. For more information, call Soldier Hollow at (435) 654-2002 or visit their Website at http://www.soldierhollow.com. RSL open house Real Salt Lake invites fans, sponsors and media to come join RSL players and front office staff at the RSL Holiday Open House. The event will be held at RSL offices located on the 2nd floor of Trolley Corners at 515 South 700 East on Friday, Dec. 9 from noon to 3 p.m. Attendees will have the opportunity to purchase RSL merchandise at a 30 percent discount and all jerseys at 50 percent. In conjunction with the Holiday Open House, RSL will host a 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany draw watch party live from Leipzig, Germany at 1 p.m. on ESPN2. Visit http://www.RealSaltLake.com for more information. Bottom of Form
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