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Christmas in the Park
The 20th year anniversary of Christmas in The Park, will take place Dec. 12 from 5 to 7 p.m. Santa will arrive by horse drawn sleigh, the community Christmas Tree will be lit. Everything is free. For more information, call the Park City Municipal Corporation at 615-5819.
Perla Batalla will perform her rhythmic, spiritual and mystical textures of her Mexican and indigenous heritage at the Eccles Center Dec. 9 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets range from $18 to $65, children 12 and under are half price and seniors receive a 20 percent discount. Tickets are $5 in the C-Section for Summit County students (K-12). For tickets and information, call 655-3114.
Park City Singers
The Park City Singers will present two holiday concerts on Dec. 10 at 7:30 p.m. in the Park City Community Church and Dec. 15 at 7:30 p.m. in St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. The program will include songs covering classical, humerous, gospel and traditional. Local solo performers will include B.J. Reed, Jan Zinn, Gary Cole, Marc Raymond and B. Murphy. Tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance from Cole Sports, Marc Raymond Salons or at Smiths Market in Kimball Junction.
Sundance local individual ticket sales registration will begin online Dec. 11 and end 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 http://festival.sundance.org/2007/.
The Bobsled and Skeleton World Cup will take place through Dec. 9 at the Utah Olympic Park. For more information, call 658-4200.
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