Scene clips for March 21-24, 2007 |

Scene clips for March 21-24, 2007

Poised to skim the pond?

The Canyons Resort will host its annual Pond Skimming Contest this Saturday beginning at noon.

At mid-mountain, just outside Red Pine Lodge, registered skimmers (on boards or skis) will don inventive costumes to slide down the hill in an attempt to glide across a shallow 100-foot pond.

The entry fee is $20, which does not include a lift ticket, and participants must be at least 10 years old.

Contestants vie for awards in several categories from "best costume" to "best splash."

A free concert featuring JJ Grey and Mofro will follow at the Forum at The Canyons.

For more information, visit

All-Star band to perform at bookstore

The Jazz Hang, a monthly meeting sponsored by the Park City Jazz Foundation will host the Park City High School Jazz All-Star Band. The band will feature soloist David Halliday with a performance at the club’s regular meeting location at the Spotted Frog Bookstore at the Redstone Towne Center, beginning at 7 p.m.

Jazz Hang, which originally began as a "Jazz Appreciation" course, offers a mix of education, discussion, and music listening with instructors in a casual atmosphere.

The meetings are open to the public.

A ticket to ride

Tickets are on sale for Thomas the Tank Engine’s annual visit to Utah for "Day Out With Thomas 2007: All Aboard Tour". Heber Valley Railroad will host the event May 24 through 28 in Heber City.

The event includes a 25-minute ride with Thomas the Tank Engine, a meeting with Sir Topham Hatt, the controller of the railway, storytelling, live music and a Thomas and Friends Imagination Station that features stamps and hands-on arts and crafts.

Organizers advise that tickets sell quickly. The price is $16 for ages two years and up and are available for purchase by calling SmithsTix at 800-888-TIXX or by logging onto . For more information, call Heber Valley Railroad at (435) 654-5601 or visit

Roxy Chicken Jam begins Thursday

Park City Mountain Resort hosts female riders on the mountain to compete in the Roxy Chicken Jam beginning Thursday, March 22, and continuing through Sunday, March 25. The all-girl snowboard event will bring together the top pro women snowboarders from around the world to compete in Slope Style and Superpipe events for a combined prize purse worth $30,000. In addition to the competition, the event will feature a unique "Country Fair" themed festival on the snow with an abundance of activities including autograph sessions, photo opportunities, fair-style games, free demos, giveaways, live music, vendors and more. Call 800-222-PARK for more information or visit .

Sign-up for a Silly Market

Planners of the Park Silly Market are now accepting vendor applications for the open-air market beginning mid-June.

The deadline for all applications is March 31.

The "eco-friendly" market will feature arts and crafts, antiques, imports, live street entertainment, local produce, gourmet foods and performance art.

The market will be Sundays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will begin June 17 and conclude Oct. 14 on Park City’s Main Street.

In addition to vendor booths, the market will offer spaces free of charge for various nonprofits, environmental groups, community leaders and featured chefs and artists.

For details, visit . Additional questions can be directed to 655-0994.

Sold out

The Park City Arts Foundation has sold all tickets to this Saturday’s show featuring Bernadette Peters and the Utah Symphony at the Eccles Center.

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