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Park City High School, 1750 Kearns Blvd., will host a presentation for students and parents about the importance of a college education and how to achieve educational goals. The aim is to dispel doubts, answer questions and give a list of resources to members of the Latino and Anglo community alike. For more information, contact Nora Buchanan (435) 645-5626 Ext. 2953
Free E-waste Recycling and Open House
Recycle Utah, 1951 Woodbine Way, will celebrate America Recycles Day with on Thursday, Nov. 15, and will recycle all electronic waste for free from at 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. In addition, it will host an open house from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. for the public to see the vastly improved warehouse re-use center. For more information, visit http://www.recycleutah.org .
Author Event at Dolly’s Bookstore: Dylan Tomine
Dylan Tomine, author of "Closer to the Ground: An Outdoor Family’s Year on the Water, in the Woods and at the Table," will be at Dolly’s Bookstore, 510 Main St., to sign his book on Friday, Nov. 16, at 6:30 p.m. The book follows Tomine and his family through the four seasons as they hunt, fish, dig for clams and gather at the kitchen table to enjoy the fruits of their labor. Admission is free. For more information, visit http://www.dollysbookstore.com.
Locals Free Day at the Park City Museum
The Park City Museum, 528 Main St., will host a Locals Free Day on Friday, Nov. 16. The public is encouraged to visit the museum and see the various exhibits, including the traveling "Line Drives and Lipstick: The Untold Story of Women’s Baseball." The locals’ free day also coincides with the daylong Live PC Give PC fundraising drive. For more information, http://www.parkcityhistory.org.
McMillen Fine Art Gallery Grand Opening
McMillen Fine Art Photography, 1678 W. Redstone Center Dr., Suite 120, at Kimball Junction, will host a grand opening from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. The gallery is owned by Jared and Trish McMillen. For more information, visit http://www.mcmillenfineart.com.
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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.