Scene clips for Dec. 30-Jan. 3, 2007
Due to dancers’ injuries, the Jan. 6 MOMIX Dance Company performance at The George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Center for the Performing Arts is being rescheduled for Saturday, April 7. There will be no performance on Saturday, Jan. 6. Tickets are currently on sale for the rescheduled MOMIX performance. Patrons who have already bought tickets to MOMIX or hold tickets for the original Jan. 6 Complexions Contemporary Ballet performance may exchange their tickets for the MOMIX April 7 performance, select another non-Special Event PCPAF performance (provided the show is not sold out), or request a refund by contacting the box office at 655-3114. Streb’s show, however, will continue this weekend with performances tonight and tomorrow.
Deer Valley’s annual Torch Light Parade will take place tonight at the ski resort’s Big Stick run. The parade features ski resort staff skiing the slopes in a synchronized pattern of light and begins at approximately 6 p.m. Hot cider and cookies will be served to guests. The parade is best viewed from the upper deck of Snow Park Lodge. Contact Deer Valley at 649-1000 for more information. A New Year’s Eve celebration, presented by The Canyons, will take place Dec. 31. For more information, call 649-5400.
The last two performances of "White Christmas" will play at The Egyptian Theatre at 2 and 7:30 p.m. today. For more information and tickets, call 649-9371.
The Huntsman Cup
The National Ability Center will present one of the premier races for people with disabilities Jan. 5-7. For more information, call 649-3991.
Planning Department staff on Wednesday shared an idea for a new concept, dubbed the Community Planning Lab, with the Summit County Council. The initiative strives to engage people who want to better understand the processes that drive executive decisions.
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