Scene Clips for Dec. 7, 2005
December 7, 2005
SHOP Yoga Studio helping with holiday giving
This holiday season the SHOP Yoga Studio is partnering with Wasatch County’s Sub-for-Santa to help some children in need.
Through Dec. 22, the yoga studio will host Adian’s Tree, a 16-foot-tall holiday tree decorated with tags, each one identifying a local child who needs a coat or who has requested a toy that he or she would like for Chirstmas.
Gifts should be wrapped and delivered back to the SHOP by Dec. 22, so Sub-for-Santa can handle their distribution.
SHOP Yoga Studio is located at 1167 Woodside Ave. in Park City. For more information, call 649-9339.
Park City Dance to produce The Nutcracker
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Park City Dance will present its annual production of "The Nutcracker," this Saturday, Dec. 10 at 2 and 7 p.m. in Park City’s Eccles Center. Reserved seats for both shows are $8 and $15, and general admission tickets are $5 and $10. For tickets or more information about the event, call 658-2345.
Slamdance announces opening film
This past week, Slamdance announced the opening film for the 2006 Slamdance Film Festival.
"Wassup Rockers," which premiered at the 2005 Toronto Film Festival, is directed by Larry Clark and chronicles a skateboarding odyssey featuring a group of Latino teens who leave their East Los Angeles neighborhood to explore the wilds of Beverly Hills. Clark will be at the festival to attend the screenings.
The festival will once again be headquartered at the Treasure Mountain Inn in Park City and will take place Jan. 19-27. This year, Slamdance will also expand further in Salt Lake City, to include film screenings, screenplay readings and events in the Sugar House area.
The full lineup of Slamdance Film Festival films, along with more information, will be available online at http://www.slamdance.com starting today.
Utah Symphony and Salt Lake Bees teaming up for holiday offer
The Utah Symphony and Opera is joining Salt Lake City’s AAA baseball team, the Bees, to offer a package for lovers of sports and arts. For $99, a fan can have tickets to two premium seats at any Utah Symphony or Utah Opera performance through May 26 plus eight ticket vouchers to any Salt Lake Bees game during the 2006 season.
The package will also include a newly released T-shirt. The package is available from the Symphony and Opera by calling (801) 533-NOTE or at the Abravanel Hall box office. For more information, visit http://www.utahsymphony.org.