Scene Clips for June 17-21
The Kimball Art Center Invites is looking for volunteers to take part in the Park City Kimball Arts Festival. The Park City Kimball Arts Festival is Utah’s oldest and longest running Visual Arts Festival. Festival dates this year are August 5 – 6. This year’s festival will feature more than 200 nationally acclaimed artists and craftsmen, along with great food, live entertainment and fun family activities. Volunteers will help out in all areas from face painting to artist registration and ticket taking. To register, e-mail membership00 p.m. until 1 a.m. at The Elks Lodge. Tickets are $15 online and at Orion’s Music or $17 at the door.
For more information, visit http://www.mountaintownstages.com
Recycle Utah will hold a big garage sale on Saturday, June 17 from 9 a.m. to noon. It is designed for people who don’t want to hold a garage sale themselves. Donate good, usable items to Recycle Utah by Friday, June 16. For more information call Recycle Utah at 649-9698.
Athlete’s art is needed
The Arts for Athlete’s fundraiser is looking for residents to be a part of an evening of arts under the tent at Park Meadows Country Club. The National Sports Foundation second annual Art for Athletes is accepting artwork of all mediums for a fundraiser to be held on July 28 at 6 p.m. Sponsorships and private donations are greatly appreciated to help underwrite the event. For more information call Linda at 901-9675.
The Silver Queen Quilters will meet Tuesday, June 20th, at 7:00 PM at Miners’ Hospital in the basement. Following a short meeting, Karen Holt will demonstrate making quilted postcards and will have supplies for those who want to to do their own. These can actually be sent through the mail. She will also demo paper piecing using freezer paper. Visitors are welcome. For questions, call Melba Willard at 649-5368.
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Tourism revenue increased month over month this summer, the Park City Chamber/Bureau reported, but lodging numbers are still off 22% for December. Officials reported a recent uptick in bookings, though, pointing to a modicum of certainty after ski resorts announced their COVID-related opening policies.