Scene Clips for May 17, 2006
This fall, the Youth WinterSports Alliance, the Underdog Foundation and Park City Municipal will team up to host a new event, "Get to Know the Snow and Ice," and volunteers are needed to help plan, organize and raise funds for the event.
"Get to Know the Snow and Ice" will be part of the first annual Fall Family Festival and will run at the Park City Ice Arena Saturday, Oct. 7 from noon to 6 p.m. The event will focus on winter sports demonstrations on and off the ice and will include bobsled, skeleton, ski jumping, alpine racing, hockey, speed skating, figure skating, luge, freestyle skiing, aerials, snowboarding, Nordic skiing and sled hockey. Equipment will be provided, and in addition to the winter sports, the event will also include a chili cook-off, games and pumpkin painting.
Those interested in volunteering, helping with the event’s planning or working on a committee and should contact one of the event chairs, including Joel Fine at 901-2171 or Stacey Noonan at 615-5701.
Recipes for recipes this Thursday at Kamas library
This Thursday, May 18 the Summit County Library’s Kamas Branch will host Dr. Sally Bishop Shingley, professor of English for a recipe reading event. English will talk about her book "Recipes for Reading: Womens’ Live in Cookbooks" and there will be door prizes, refreshments and a recipe exchange after the presentation. For more information about the event, call 615-3900.
Ecker Hill students to "HONK!"
Thursday and Friday, May 18 and 19, the Ecker Hill International Middle School Department of Performing Arts will present a musical, "HONK!" in the Ecker Hill auditorium. An up-beat, contemporary, Broadway-style show based on Hans Christian Anderson’s "The Ugly Duckling," "HONK!" will run both nights at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $4 for adults and $3 for students and children.
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The Park City Police Department last week received reports of drivers struggling in a late-season snowstorm. The complaints were logged in various locations inside the city. The accidents did not appear to be serious.