Scene clips for June 16-19, 2007
Silly Market to open Sunday
Park Silly Sunday Market will debut this Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Main Street. The market will feature eco-minded booths, as well as local farmers’ produce stands, local chefs and artisans’ creations, a beer garden and live performance artists.
The Park Silly Market has a zero-waste mission and encourages attendees to bike to the market on Sunday (Cole Sport will host a bike valet at the entrance to the market on 9th Street. For more information, visit http://www.parksillysundaymarket.com.
J.B. Mulligans clears the air
J.B. Mulligans Club and Pub now prohibits smoking inside. According to Mulligans’ Manager Phil Tessier, the private club began asking patrons to smoke on the outside deck three weeks ago.
Many clubs on Main Street are now smoke-free, including The Spur Bar and Grill, The Sidecar, Cisero’s Nightclub, Doolan Sports Bar and Grill and Butcher’s.
The Utah State Legislator passed amendments to the Utah Indoor Clean Air Act in 2006 requiring all private clubs to ban smoking by January, 2009.
From trash to treasure
The Shop Yoga Studio will present their second annual "Treasures and Trash" yard sale today from 8 a.m. to noon. The Shop is located at 1167 Woodside Avenue. For more information, call 649-9339 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
A new face at the Kimball
Julie Hooker is the new Development Director at the Kimball Art Center.
Julie comes to the Kimball from the Park City Jazz Foundation, where she also served as Development Director. Living in Park City, Julie has immersed herself in the nonprofit world. She is an active volunteer in the community. Julie serves as a docent for the Park City Historical Society’s Home Tour and serves as a Snyderville Basin Planning Commissioner.
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