Scene Clips for February 18, 2006
The Utah Conservatory will offer local musicians (from Summit and Wasatch counties) a chance to compete with the second annual Con Brio Music Competition Friday and Saturday, March 24 and 25.
The competition is currently seeking entrants from piano, violin and guitar players, along with composers and vocalists.
The competition will begin on March 24 at 7:30 p.m. in St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, with a performance from Dr. Bryan Stanley, piano chair at the Utah Conservatory.
Festival entries are $20 and those entries must be turned in to the Utah Conservatory or postmarked by Friday, March 3.
To receive an entry form or for more information, contact Mike Vermillion at P92Music@yahoo.com or call him at 649-6292.
Furburbia aims to help keep dogs in line
Furburbia, located at the Tanger outlet mall in Kimball Junction, will begin its class, Basic Dog Obedience, on Thursday, Feb. 23. The class will run for six weeks from 6-7 p.m. each Thursday and is taught by professional trainer Martine Savageau.
Enrolled dogs must be four months old or older. The cost of the class is $50; all proceeds will benefit Summit County Friends of Animals. To register or for more information, call 649-5441 or visit http://www.friendsofanimals.net .
Community to help Alford’s cancer fight
Sunday, March 5, the community will come together to host a fundraiser for Parkite Pamela Alford, who is currently fighting cancer.
The event will take place from 3-6 p.m. at Shabu and will include appetizers from that restaurant, along with other eats from Butcher’s Chop House and Bar and Done to Your Taste Catering. Squatters will provide beverages and A-Frame will add live music; the event will also include a raffle and auction.
The cost of the event is a $20 donation. For more information, or to donate an item for the event’s raffle or auction, call Mary Beth at 649-8061 or Lauren at 640-3953.
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