Scene clips for July 15, 2006
Gallery Stroll delayed
There will be no gallery stroll at the Kimball Arts Center in July. Instead there will be a gallery stroll on August 4, the Friday before the Park City Kimball Arts Festival. After the arts festival, it will go back to the last Friday of the month and take place on August 25.
Park City Music Festival
Performances Sunday at 8 p.m. at the Park City Community Church on S.R. 224, will be the Quantz Quartet for Flute and Strings, Debussy Afternoon will play a Faun for Flute, Clarinet, Piano. The Glazunov Quintet will play two violins and a viola. Two Cellos Bruch will feature eight Pieces for clarinet, cello and piano. For more information, log on to http://www.pcmusicfestival.com.
NAC Open House
The National Ability Center annual open house will take place today from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Activities will include, pony rides, climbing wall, handcycling, ropes course and a carnival atmosphere with food and drinks. For more information, call 649-3991 or visit http://www.nac1985.org,
Home Tour auction
A live and silent auction will be held at Snow Park Lodge at Deer Valley to raise money to support the Peace House, a place that supports women and children who flee from violent homes. For more information and tickets, call 658-4739 or log on to http://www.luxuryhometour.org .
Xango will sponsor the Echo Triathlon at Echo Reservoir in Coalville. Visit http://www.triutah.com for more information.
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The Park City Ice Arena is expected to temporarily close later in 2021 to allow crews to replace the ice surface and perform other maintenance work, one of a series of projects City Hall plans to outline at an upcoming open house. It will be an in-person event.