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Cow Ballet Volunteers
Mountain Town Stages is in need of reliable volunteers ages 16 and over for the annual fundraiser, The Cow Ballet. This event is at the Woodenshoe Park in Peoa on Saturday Sept. 9. Help is needed from 3:30-8:30 p.m. for ticket sales, kid’s games, beverage sales and monitoring the silent auction. Tear down help will be needed until 10 p.m. Volunteers get dinner at the event and a ticket for a friend. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 435-602-9665 to sign up.
Sundance Food and Wine Festival
The Sundance Resort will host its first annual Food and Wine Festival Sept. 2 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event will featurefood and wine from a variety of award winning restaurants and featured vintners of Sundance’s Celebrating Wine as art program. Proceeds from the event will go towards the Sundance Preserve, a non profit group dedicated to protecting the environment around Provo’s North Fork Canyon. For tickets and information, call (800) 892-1600 or log on to http://www.sundanceresort.com.
The Youth WinterSports Alliance 5K starts Sept. 4 at 8 a.m. at City Park and finishes on Main Stret just before the Running of the Balls and the Miner’s Day Parade. For more information, call 901-3715.
Kinetic Art Exhibition
The Kimball Art Center will exhibit work by Andrew Smith starting today and running through Oct. 29. More than a dozen of his sculptures will be on display. His art is a unique work of sculptures that also incorporate movement.
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Some Parkites long for the 1990s. Others in Park City prefer the first decade of the 2000s, Mayor Andy Beerman found during interactive polling that was an element of his recent State of the City address.