Scene clips for Nov. 22-25, 2006
Alone on Stage
Mountain Town Stages will present "Alone on Stage in Park City" Nov. 24-26. It is a three-night festival of solo acoustic performers. The collection of singer/songwriters feature two performers along with aspiring local and national artists live in concert at Prospector Theatre. People can buy an individual ticket or buy a ticket package. Slaid Cleaves will start off the event Nov. 25 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $30 and can only be purchased at http://www.mountaintownstages.com . General admission tickets are $22 in advance or $25 at the door. General admission tickets can be purchased at Orion’s Music and The Prospector Square Lodge in Park City, all SmithsTix locations or by calling 901-SONG.
Muddpuddle Food Drive
Muddpuddle will play at The Spur Bar and Grill on Main Street tonight to benefit the Utah Food Bank. Bring three or more canned food items to get in for free. The show will start at 9:30 p.m.
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.
The Canadian award-winning group, the Duhks, will swoop into the Eccles CenterNov. 25 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets range from $18-$65, children 12 and under are half price and seniors receive a 20 percent discount. Tickets are $5 in Section C for Summit County students K-12. For more information and tickets, call 655-3114 or log onto http://www.ecclescenter.org.
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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.