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Scene clips Feb. 3-5


Sign up for spring art classes

Spring classes at the Kimball Art Center begin Feb. 3 and run through the end of May. Children’s classes are classified by age group: Little Picassos (ages 2-3); Tots (ages 4-5), Kids (ages 6-10), and Tweens and Teens (ages 11-17). The Kimball also offers family classes for students of all ages. For more information, log on to .

Youtheatre classes

Youtheatre offers a year-round education program in theatre arts for ages 4 through 18. Classes are offered in musical theatre, creative dramatics, improvisation, movement, intermediate and advance performance classes. After-school classes start this week. For more information or to register, call Jane Talley at 649-9371 ext. 27 or visit

Workshop for parents

Freedom Chiropractic will host "The 7 Secrets to Happier, Healthier Kids" on Thursday, Feb. 4, at 6:30 p.m. at the Kimball Junction Library. Discover how you and your family can gain a healthy advantage. Doctors will share their secrets to healthy living and engage in an open Q & A session with parents. For more information, please call 655-7789.

New charter school to host informational meeting

The Weilenmann School of Discovery (WSD), Summit County’s first charter school, will host a public information meeting from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Yard, 1251 Kearns Blvd. Come learn about the K-8 academic program and meet the principal and leadership team. Parents will have the opportunity to ask questions and sign up for the 2010/2011 school year. Learn more about Weilenmann School of Discovery at

Learn to shake it

Love to dance and want to exercise at the same time? Join Charlene Johnson, exercise guru, fitness entrepreneur, TV personality and creator of the Hip Hop Hustle fitness class, at the Silver Mountain Sports Club Kimball Junction location on Friday, Feb. 5, at 6 p.m. Visitors are welcome. The class is free for members or included with the price of a day pass for non-members. For more information, visit or call 575-0350.

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