Scene clips for March 12
Please join the Good Books Reading Group at the Park City Library, 1233 Park Ave., the third Thursday of each month, from 3:30 p.m. – 5 p.m. On March 17, the group will discuss Jayne Anne Phillips’ award-winning novel, "Lark and Termite." Copies are available at the library. Wear a bit ‘o green, and bring the gift of gab.
Air Force Museum volunteer orientation
The Utah Wing of the Commemorative Air Force Museum is holding a volunteer orientation on Saturday, March 19 from 10 a.m. noon, at the Heber City Airport, Heber City. Lunch will be served. Come and learn how to be a museum host. Fun and interesting historical work. All are welcome. For more information call Beth Ann (435) 657-0755.
Shining Stars Cooperative School Open House
Shining Stars Cooperative Preschool will host an Open House on Wednesday, March 16, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., at 4501 N. S.R. 224 For more information, please contact Tori Trombley at (435) 714-1933 (Preschool) and Tasha Hardy-Polinsky at (435) 659-9669 (Kindergarten)
Park City Singers rehearsal
Park City Singers will rehears on Tuesday, March 8, at the Shepherd of the Mountains Lutheran Church, 4051 N. Hwy 224 (between Sun Peak Dr. and Canyons Resort Dr.), at 7:30 p.m. Rehearsals are for the singers’ upcoming concerts that will be held in May. The Park City Singers are a not-for-profit no-audition community chorus, directed by Debra Cook. For more info, call (435) 615-7233.
"DesignArts Utah" call for entries
The Utah Division of Arts & Museums announces a call for entries for "DesignArts Utah ’11," a juried exhibition highlighting the work of architects and designers of all fields currently living in Utah. Stuart Karten of Stuart Karten Design, Los Angeles, is the esteemed 2011 juror and curator. All entries for DesignArts Utah 2011 must be submitted by April 28, 2011. Further information, including entry forms and instructions, is available online at http://www.designartsutah.org
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Arlene Loble served as the Park City manager in the 1980s, a pivotal period that prepared the community for the boom years that would follow in the 1990s. Loble, who recently died, is credited with introducing a level of professionalism to the municipal government that was needed amid the growth challenges.