Scene Clips for Nov. 12, 2005
On Saturday, Nov. 19 at 8 p.m. the Park City Freestyle Team will hold a fundraiser at The Spur. The event will include Freestyle Team members, a silent auction, raffle and live music.
Mark Granger will serve as the opening act for the evening’s live music, followed by The Detonators. All silent auction and door proceeds will go to support the Park City Freestyle Team, which is a nonprofit organization.
For more information about the event, call 615-1618 or visit http://www.pcfreestyle.com. National Ability Center announces wine event
This past week, the National Ability Center (NAC) announced its plans to hold a wine, culinary and ski festival, Red, White and Snow, March 24-25, 2006.
The two-day event will feature all-ability skiing activities and the NAC’s 18th Annual Ability Ski Challenge, along with vintner dinners, a gala dinner evening and a live auction.
All proceeds from the event will benefit the National Ability Center. To volunteer for the event, call 649-3991. For more information, visit http://www.redwhiteandsnow.org. Spy Hop Productions looking for young prospective filmmakers
Spy Hop Productions has space available in its seasonal and core programs. The nonprofit youth multimedia education organization has openings in a variety of programs that teach skills ranging from documentary making to Web and graphic design.
Most classes are free of charge. For more information about Spy Hop’s programs or the organization itself, visit http://www.spyhop.org or call (801) 532-7500. Correction
In the Nov. 9 "Scene" section article "Norwegian Center celebrates 25 years," the number to call for tickets to the Norwegian Outdoor Exploration Center Fundraiser was listed incorrectly. The correct phone number to call for tickets is 649-5322. The Park Record regrets the error.
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