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Strike the Motherlods
Strike the Motherlode Holiday Program, including the wreath tour fundraiser will end today. The Historic Main Street Business Alliance will present $5,000 and $1,000 shopping sprees for winners. There will be activities for families on Saturdays and a party with Santa today at the Town Lift. There will be crafts, treats and cash prize drawings. For more information, call 649-6100 or log onto http://www.parkcitymainstreet.org.
Arts Kids Logo Correction
Arts-Kids launched a new look, with a logo designed by Lindon Leader of LeaderCreative.
Arts Kids believes the new logo better communicates that Arts-Kids is not just another after-school arts program but rather an experience benefiting children to help them reach their full potential. The design heralds the importance of the group circle as the cornerstone of the Arts-Kids process a vehicle in which each child comes to express him/herself while respecting both other children and the group as a whole.
Park City Nutcracker
Park City Dance will present the Nutcracker today at 2 and 7 p.m. at the Eccles Center. Tickets range from $8 to $20. For more information, call 658-2345.
Sundance local tickets
Sundance local individual ticket sales registration will continue through Dec. 29. Registration will be free; however, it does not guarantee time-slot or ticket availability. Sales dates and times are randomly assigned by a computer at the end of all registrations. Locals will be required to present a Utah driver’s license or a Utah utility bill accompanied with photo I.D. at the time of purchase. Purchasers in Park City and Salt Lake City may obtain tickets for films screening in any location. Ticket sales will take place Jan. 6-7 at main box offices. For more information, visit festival.sundance.org/2007/.
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