Scene Clips for December 3, 2005
Mountain Town Stages looking for submissions
Mountain Town Stages is now seeking submission for its 2006 "Local Wonders Vol. 2" CD. To submit an entry, send two original songs in CD format, along with contact information, to Mountain Town Stages, P.O. Box 680896, Park City, UT 84068.
Those chosen will receive a one-time $100 stipend, five copies of "Local Wonders Vol. 2" and a chance to perform at the album’s release party. "Local Wonders" CDs spotlight only local performers who have played for Mountain Town Stages in the past two years.
For questions about "Local Wonders" submissions or compilations, visit http://www.mountaintownstages.com or e-mail randy
New Kimball exhibit now open
This Wednesday, a new exhibit opened in the Kimball Art Center’s Badami Gallery. "Peder Singleton: Urban Typography," focuses on all types of print, from hand-painted signs and old-style print to new digital technology.
The exhibition will be on display in the art center through Jan. 12. Admission is free. For more information about the show, visit http://www.kimball-art.org or call 649-8882.
Christmas in the Park coming up
The 19th annual Christmas in the Park celebration will take place in the Miners Hospital on Wednesday, Dec. 14 from 5-7 p.m. The event is great for children and will include Christmas carols and chances to make ornaments, decorate cookies and meet Santa Claus.
The event is sponsored by Park City Municipal Corporation and is free and open to the public. For more information, call 615-5419.
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