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Deer Valley guests have been celebrating the bounty of the fall harvest and the changing of the seasons at the Wasatch Food and Wine Society’s Nouveau Beaujolais Festival for 24 years now. This year’s well-loved event is scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 19. Reservations are required for Deer Valley’s Nouveau Beaujolais Festival, as the event is a sell-out every year. Reservations can be made by mailing a check for $80 per person to Kris Anderson, Deer Valley Resort, PO Box 889, Park City, UT 84060. Guests will not receive actual tickets names will simply be on a list at the door.
For more information on Deer Valley’s 2006 Nouveau Beaujolais Festival, please contact Resort Communications Manager Erin Grady at (800) 424-DEER (3337) or (435) 645-6522, or view the Resort Web site at http://www.deervalley.com.
Arts-Kids is looking for a volunteer to help with program preparation and assistance. Adult volunteers are also needed for helping with after-school programs for the rest of this semester and next semester, which will begin January 29 for ten weeks. Volunteers unable to commit to the program will also be needed for fundraisers in the spring and summer of 2007. For further information and interview, please call Pat at 435-615-7878.
Flying fiddles from Canada will enter the Eccles Stage tonight at 7:30 p.m. The high-octane fiddle group Barrage has been featured on BBC, PBS, and CMT. They will perform an eclectic mix of music song and dance. For more information, call 655-3114.
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.
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Bruce Erickson, the planning director at City Hall, has died, the municipal government said. Erickson was involved at some level in nearly all the major decisions regarding growth and development in Park City since the early 1990s.