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Arts Fest volunteers

Volunteer for the 2010 Park City Kimball Arts Festival, which will be held on Main Street Aug. 6-8. Volunteers are needed to greet visitors, sell wristbands and concessions, help with kids’ activities and more. For more information or to sign up, go to http://www.kimballartcenter.org/festival/volunteers or contact Lauren at volunteers@kimballartcenter.org or 649-8882 ext. 105.

Nonprofit grants deadline

The Utah Humanities Council is accepting grant proposals in the Competitive Grant ($5,000 maximum) category from nonprofit organizations and groups to support future public humanities projects. Draft applications are required and are due Aug. 1 for projects beginning after Nov. 1. Final applications are due Sept. 1. All proposals will be evaluated through UHC’s established grant review process and must meet already established guidelines posted at http://www.utahhumanities.org. For more information, contact Maria Torres at (801) 359-9670 x 105.

Fairy Princess Tea Party

The Wasatch/Summit County Children’s Justice Center and Fair Days will host the second annual Fairy Princess Tea Party at The Homestead Resort in Midway on Wednesday, Aug. 4, from 2 to 4 p.m. The cost is $15 per princess, $10 per additional princess and $5 for chaperones. Register by Aug. 2 by calling Wasatch County Parks and Recreation at 657-3240.


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