Scene clips for Wednesday, October 4-6, 2006
The 5th annual Rock Steady concert, to benefit the Michael J. Fox and Utah Chapter of the American Parkinson Disease Association, will be held at The Depot, 400 W South Temple in Salt Lake, tonight. Headliners Lee Rockery, formerly of the Stray Cats, and The Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash will anchor the event with special performances by local musicians Mary Beth Maziarz and Rich Wyman. Tickets are $20. For tickets or more information, call (801) 456-2800.
Calling all funny people
Off the Top improve comedy troupe is hosting auditions for additional troupe members Saturday, Oct. 14 at 10 a.m. at Miners Hospital. Professional and amateur comedians are welcome to try out. For more information, call 647-5678.
The Spotted Frog Bookstore Café and Wine Bar will host a pairing of some of Spain’s finest wines and foods Friday, Oct. 6 beginning at 7 p.m. The event will explore the industry’s history, regions, styles and developments. The cost is $40 per person. For reservations or more information, call 575-2665.
Free household hazardous materials collection for Summit County residents will be held Saturday, Oct. 7 at The Canyons parking lot from 9 a.m. to noon. Acceptable items include paints, automotive products, herbicides, pesticides, fertilizers, cleaners and more. In addition, the Summit County Sheriff’s Department will collect unused or expired prescription medication. For more information or a complete list of acceptable hazardous materials, visit http://www.recycleutah.org or call Recycle Utah at 649-9698.
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