Scene clips for Feb. 18 |

Scene clips for Feb. 18

The deadline for The Park City Foundation’s (PCF) annual grant program is Friday, March 9. The foundation will grant $105,000 to nonprofit organizations serving the citizens, workforce and visitors of Summit County. For more information, visit–apply-for-a-grant/ . PCF will also host a three-part series on boards and governance and kick off quarterly roundtables for executive directors beginning on March 9. The roundtables are free for area nonprofit organizations. For more information on all of The Park City Foundation’s services for nonprofits, and these opportunities in particular, visit: or contact Katie Wright at (435) 214-7476.

Jack Quist as Jackson Cash: Tribute to The Man In Black

Jack Quist, also known as Jackson Cash, who will play the Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main St., on Saturday, Feb. 18, and Sunday, Feb. 19, at 8 p.m., has the look, the sound, and the movements of Johnny Cash. He will perform his tribute comprised of favorite Johnny Cash classics. Tickets are available by visiting .

Kamas Theater’s Free Movie," Rigoletto"

The Kamas Theater, 30 N. Main St., Kamas, will hoset a free screening of the family film "Rigoletto," on Monday, Feb. 20, at 2 p.m. The movie is about a girl named Bonnie who goes to work in a mansion and discovers the owner is a musical genius. For more information, visit or call (435) 783-3456.

Family Snowshoe Tour at the Swaner EcoCenter

Bring the whole family to the Swaner Eco Center, 1258 Center Dr., for a snowshoe hike around the Swaner Preserve. Learn about the nature preserve, wildlife in winter, and animal tracking. For reservations, email or call (435) 649-1767 ext. 113. Cost is free for members and $5 for nonmembers. Snowshoe rentals are available for additional $5. For more information, visit

All-American Story Time at the Summit County Library

The Summit County Library Kimball Branch, 1885 W. Ute Blvd., will offer an All-American Story Time on Wednesday, Feb. 22, at 1 p.m. for all ages. Celebrate American history at the Summit County Library, and wear red, white and blue. For more information, visit

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