Scene clips for June 20
Sundance Institute Presents: "Under African Skies"
The Sundance Institute will present a free screening of Joe Berlinger’s documentary "Under African Skies," which is about Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Paul Simon’s return to South Africa to revisit the making of his Grammy Award-winning 1986 album "Graceland," on Thursday, June 21, at Canyons Resort Village. The screening will begin at 9 p.m. For more information, visit http://www.sundance.org/utah .
Cowboys Horse Sale and Horsemanship Clinic
The Cowboys Horse Sale and Horsemanship Clinic will be held Friday, June 22, and Saturday, June 23, at the Oakley Complex Center, 4300 N. S.R. 32. Professional trainer Vaughn Knudsen will present the horsemanship clinic for all riding levels both days and the horse sale will take place Saturday, June 23, at noon. For more information, visit http://www.cowboyshorsesale.com.
Third Annual Llama Fun Day
Pear Tree Llamas, 105 East 850 South, in Midway, will host its annual llama fun day on Saturday, June 23, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Come spend a day with a gentle, intelligent, versatile llama. Watch demonstrations of shearing llamas, and try felting or spinning llama fiber. Handcrafted llama and alpaca fiber clothing, home décor, art objects, llama yarn, and fleeces will be available for purchase. The event is free and open to the public. Lunch will be available for purchase on the premises. For more information, visit http://www.peartreellamas.com .
The Utah Music Festival and School
The Utah Music Festival and School season will run from July 7 through Aug. 26 with a program in Park City. The school and festival was established in the mid 1990’s by New York musicians Eric and Alison Samuels. During the seven-week festival, faculty from major symphony orchestras and conservatories around the nation will work anaverage of 30 hours a week with students ages eight through adult amateurs and college graduates to perform three to four faculty/student concerts per week. For more information, call Eric at (435) 658-4943.
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