Scene Clips for the Winter Solstice, 2005
Advance tickets available for Christmas Eve Old Town Service
This Christmas, due to limited seating and high demand, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church has implemented an advance ticket system for its 10:30 p.m. chapel service on Christmas Eve.
The free tickets will be distributed from 4-6 p.m. on Christmas Eve at the St. Luke’s Chapel, which is located at 525 Park Ave. Any tickets that go undistributed will be available when the doors open for the service at 10 p.m.
Tickets are not required for services at the main church. For more information, call 649-4900 ext. 51. Neville Brothers sell out Eccles
The Neville Brothers’ New Year’s Eve concert at Park City’s Eccles Center, sponsored by the Park City Performing Arts Foundation, is sold out.
Tickets are still available for the rest of the Performing Arts Foundation’s 2005 and 2006 shows, including the Utah Symphony on Wednesday, Dec. 28 and Jungle Jack Hanna on Jan. 7. For tickets or for more information, visit http://www.ecclescenter.org or call 655-3114. Mountain Town Stages is looking for help
Mountain Town Stages is currently planning its musical offerings for 2006, and the organization is looking for help from volunteers, and donations for the organization.
For more information, to join the organization’s e-mail list, or to learn how to sign up, go to http://www.mountaintownstages.com or call 901-SONG. Correction
The Dec. 10 Scene Section article, "Have you baked your cookies yet?" mistakenly identified Windy Ridge Bakery’s executive pastry chef, Stephanie Krizman, as Stephanie Kinzer. The Park Record regrets the mistake.
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