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Presented by Park City Library, Greg Thompson, co-founder of skiarchives.org and co-author of "First Tracks," will discuss the history of skiing and share some great images. The free program is open to the public and will begin at 3:30 p.m. at 1255 Park Ave. Call 615-5600 for more information, or visit http://www.parkcitylibrary.org
Cold comfort, hot competition
This weekend, watch creative and competitive competition on ice:
Park City Silver Kings versus Sun Valley Suns will compete Friday at 9 p.m. and Saturday at 7 p.m., at the Park City Ice Arena. Support the local mountain-town hockey team as they battle the undefeated Suns by purchasing tickets at the door for $5. Children 10 and under free. Call 640-3934 for more information.
Beginning this Friday, March 2, and concluding Monday, March 5, The Utah Olympic Park will present the Chevrolet Jumping/Nordic Combined Junior Olympics. Call 658-4200 for more information or visit http://www.olyparks.com .
And on Saturday, March 3, The Canyons will host its annual Rail Jam, an event that will test the abilities of both skiers and riders. Contestants will be judged on their every move, trick, grab, or rail slide. The Rail Jam will be held in the Terrain Park. Call 649-5400 for more information or visit http://www.thecanyons.com .
NAC seeks volunteers for event
The National Ability Center is looking for volunteers for their upcoming Red, White and Snow, a wine, culinary and ski classic on March 30th and 31st. Volunteers are needed before and during the event for a variety of tasks. Help the National Ability Center continue to provide opportunities to discover ability. For more information or to volunteer, contact Special Event Manager Jenn Atkin at 435.200.0985 or email her at jennifera@DiscoverNAC.org.
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