The Park Record Clips for Dec. 15-18, 2007
Listen to a holiday bedtime story
Parents and kids of all ages are invited to a holiday bedtime storytime at the Park City Library on Monday, Dec. 17 at 6:30 p.m. Enjoy stories, songs and a craft. Pajamas are optional. Call Heather for more information at 615-5603.
Donate time and toys for tots
Help celebrate 60 years of community service by joining the US Marine Corps Reserve during the annual Toys for Tots Campaign. Donate new, unwrapped toys to the Park City Fire Station on Park Ave, Deer Valley Ski Resort, Good Thymes Restaurant, Kamas Foodtown, Sexton Offroad, or All for You Wellness. With 90 percent of the Utah Marine Reserves currently deployed or away training, Volunteers are needed at distribution centers Dec 10-21. For questions or volunteer scheduling contact Laura Sexton (435) 640-7223
Beginning Thursday, center will extend hours
During the holidays, the Kimball Art Center will offer extended hours. The Kimball will be open from noon to 8 p.m. from Dec. 20 through 30. For information on art exhibits, events and art education programs, call (435) 649-8882 or visit kimball-art.org.
Cole is back
Paula Cole performs at The Eccles Center tonight at 7:30 p.m. Cole is best known for her mid-1990s song, "Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?" and "I Don’t Want to Wait," which became the opening song to the television show, "Dawson’s Creek." Cole won a Grammy award before withdrawing from the music scene, but has recently re-emerged with critically-acclaimed East Coast performances and a new album that was released in June. For more information, visit ecclescenter.org.
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The opposition to a proposal for a development at Park City Mountain Resort has enlisted a veteran of the intense dispute regarding Treasure, which unfolded over the course of years and offered some parallels to the talks regarding the PCMR project.