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Motorcycle Club Social
The Park City Motorcycle Club is having their annual Winter Social Meeting tonight at 6:30 p.m. at Nacho Mama’s Restaurant, located on Sidewinder Drive in Prospector Square. The summer ride calendar will be presented and there will be a membership drive. For more information, call Bob Jones at 647-5713 or Dale Boschetto at 649-7561.
Pre-Sundance at Egyptian
The Utah Symphony will perform "Eight Songs for a Mad King" at the Egyptian Theatre at 8 p.m. tonight as part of the Winter Music Series. After the concert, there will be a screening of the film "The Madness of King George," projected behind the stage. Robert Dubac Male Intellect" will run Jan. 11-13. For more information, call 649-9371.
Winter Series free concert
The Utah Symphony Chamber Orchestra will host a free concert at St. Marys Catholic Church Jan. 16 at 8 p.m. Tickets are needed for this event. To order tickets, call (800) 864-9298.
Best in Show
Today, Jan. 10, is the last day to see "Best in Show," at the Kimball Art Center. The dog art is organized by the Tacoma Museum of Glass featuring three well-known artists including William Wegman. Also, there is a local dog art exhibit called, "A Dog’s Town" presented by the Park City Professional Artists Association. This is also the last day to purchase ornaments from the holiday glass ornaments display. The ornaments are discounted 10 percent. During Sundance, the Kimball Art Center galleries will be closed. The galleries will re-open Feb. 3 with three photography exhibits featuring worldwide award-winning photojournalist David Burnett, Utah photographer Nathan Jones and an exhibit called "Lesleigh: Paris – A City of Light."
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