The Park Record Clips for Dec.19-21, 2007
45 years and counting
Park City Mountain Resort will celebrate its 45th anniversary Dec. 21. The resort opened in December of 1963 as Treasure Mountain, operated by the United Park City Mines, boasting the longest gondola in the United States. The ski area’s name changed to Park City in 1966. The resort has since removed the gondola, added high-speed chair lifts and helped to host the 2002 Winter Olympics. Today, the resort boasts 3,300 skiable acres and boasts four terrain parks. For more information, visit parkcitymountain.com or call (800) 514-3418.
Santa on ice
The Park City Ice Arena will host "Skate with Santa" at 3:30 p.m. on Dec. 22. For more information, visit parkcityice.org.
Merry Blue Christmas
Park City Community Church (United Methodist) will offer a Blue Christmas service at 7 p.m. tonight, Wednesday, Dec. 19. This service is open to those facing sorrow or uncertainty in a time when the rest of the world is caught up in the joy and fervor of the holidays. Anyone who might benefit from a service with a message of healing and hope is welcome to attend.
Park City Community Church is located at 4501 North Highway 224, behind the Park City Nursery on Bear Hollow Drive. For more information, contact the church office at (435) 649-8131 or on the web at http://www.parkcitychurch.org .
Give Sundance garb
Sundance Institute announced today the launch of the 2008 Sundance Film Festival online store, featuring a new line of Festival-related merchandise. A wide selection of clothing and accessories is available for purchase at http://www.sundance.org/festival/store. All proceeds stay within the non-profit Sundance Institute, helping to support the Institute’s year-round programs, such as the Directors’ Labs, Screenwriter Labs, and Film Music Composer Labs. The 2008 Sundance Film Festival runs January 17-27, 2008 in Park City, Salt Lake City, Ogden, and Sundance, Utah.
This holiday season fulfill Santa’s wishes and recycle Christmas trees, holiday wrapping, gift boxes, packing foam and packing peanuts. Christmas trees can be dropped off between Dec. 26, 2007 and January 13, 2008 at the following locations:
-Park City – "North 40" Sports Field (access road off of Kearns Blvd. to the right of the
School District office)
-Jeremy Ranch – parking lot opposite the Jeremy Store
-Silver Summit – Bell’s Sinclair
-Christmas trees and other yard waste can be recycled any time at Summit County’s
Three Mile Canyon landfill on Rte. 32. Christmas trees will be chipped into mulch for city and county plantings. Mulch helps conserve water by preventing the soil from drying out.
Most Christmas wrapping paper and tissue paper is recyclable. Everything but
metallic paper and bows can be placed in the newspaper bin at Recycle Utah in Park City, Coalville, Kamas, and Kimball Junction.
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