Park Record Scene Clips for June 23-25, 2007
June 23, 2007
Visit local sculptor at UAF
Booth 31 at this year’s Utah Arts Festival will feature Fred Spencer, a Park City artist.
Spencer shows his bronze figures of brightly colored tropical fish and octopus at the Turquoise Door on Park City’s Main Street.
Spencer says that before becoming a visual artist, for 50 years he performed in television and in film as an actor, and worked as a puppeteer. He currently teaches classes with Arts-Kids, the Park City nonprofit that organizes art classes with professional artists for camps and after school programs.
This will be Spencer’s first time at the festival, located at Library and Washington Squares in Salt Lake City. For more information about the festival, visit http://www.uaf.org online, and for details about Spencer, visit http://www.spencerbronzes.com .
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Here are two opportunities to give back: volunteer at the annual 4th of July parade or the Kimball Arts Festival.
The Park City Ambassadors, the organization behind the 4th of July celebration, are in need of assistance supervising one of the largest one-day events each calendar year. Hours are flexible. Contact Joel Fine at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Kimball Arts Festival, scheduled for August 4 and 5 will feature 220 artists, wine and beer gardens, food booths, three stages with 30 live bands. Those interested in helping the festival can sign up by e-mailing email@example.com or contact Lindsay Wellman at (435) 649-8882.
Attention all potluck mavens
Do you have a particular crockpot creation or family recipe that delights friends and family at summertime get-togethers? Have you tasted something good at a home cooked supper or concocted something new yourself in your own kitchen?
The Park Record wants to know. Share your recipes, anecdotes and tips by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling Anna at (435) 649-9014 ext. 110.