Scene clips for Nov. 25-29, 2006
The Luge World Cup, presented by the Utah Olympic Park, will take place Nov. 27 through Dec. 2. For more information, call 658-4200 or visit http://www.olyparks.com.
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.
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.
Dr. Mark Dudley, D.C. will offer a Holiday Stress Management workshop to address the seven most common symptoms of stress and ways to help cope at home Nov. 28 from 7:30 – 8:30 p.m. at Balance – Therapeutic Massage and Wellness Center, 245 West 100 South, Heber City. Call (435) 654-2532 to reserve a space. A $5 donation per person is suggested.
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