Salt Lake Motorsports, an Italian motorcycle and scooter dealership, is holding a fundraiser for the Larry H. Miller Charitable Foundation for youth in Utah. The benefit is Saturday, Dec. 17 at 6 p.m. on 1077 South Main St. in Salt Lake. Ducati racing and touring fanatics are invited to gather for Italian food and drink catered by Granoto’s and Tony Caputo’s, to talk about the upcoming Miller Motorsports Park and celebrate their shared love for the fine Italian motorcycles. Members of Ducati North America, including the CEO, and a representative for the Miller Motorsports Park will be present. Prizes such as a Ducati Monster S2-R 800 will be auctioned for the benefit, which is expected to bring 150 people to the shop. The highlight of the night will be a fashion show of the Ducati line of clothing. Soldier Hollow youth ski program The Little Vikings ski program at Soldier Hollow for youth ages 6-16 debuts Dec. 12 for the winter season. The seasonal rate for Little Vikings is $75, which includes a season pass, use of ski equipment, instruction and coaching. This year the season rate also includes five tubing sessions at Soldier Hollow. Little Vikings activities include games like Snow Hare and Tortoise and Ghostbusters, ski outings to the yurt, the Soldier Hollow Olympics and biathlon. Team Soldier Hollow also has Development and Competition Team programs for ‘aspiring Olympians.’ While sign up is available at any time during the season, parents and families are encouraged to sign up their children prior to the Christmas break. For more information, call Petie or Andrea at (435) 654-2002 or e-mail scott.peterson Bottom of Form
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