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Norwegian Outdoor Gala
A benefit to raise money for the Norwegian Outdoor Exploration Center will take place Friday, Nov. 17 from 6:30 p.m. to midnight at Deer Valley’s Silver Lake Lodge. The Norwegian Outdoor Center will celebrate its 26th year at its annual fundraising gala. The events will include dinner, live auction and dancing to the Joe Muscolino Band. The money raised will support programs for at-risk-youth and grieving children. Tickets are $125/person. R.S.V.P. at 649-1767.
Food for Fines
The Summit County Libraries are holding "Food For Fines," through Nov. 18, to celebrate Children’s Book Week. The libraries are accepting one can of food for each $1 in fines owed (lost book charges and collection accounts not included). Food collected will be donated to local food banks. For more information, call 615-3900.
X-Dance 2007 has extended its deadline until Nov. 18. It is the last opportunity to enter a film in the 2007 X-DanceFilm Festival. Films should be entered at http://www.x-dance.com. X-Dance is held during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Jan. 19-23. X-Dance is looking for feature and short films (including music videos) set in the action sports world. All entries must go through the Web site.
The First NoMel
The merchants of the NoMa (North of Main) district will present its first NoMel celebrations starting at 3 p.m. in the No Place Like Home/Whimsey parking lot. There will be live music, caroling, food, face painting, Santa and a tree lighting countdown at 6 p.m. For more information, call 901-0011.
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