The Park Record Clips for Nov. 10-13
Seeing double: ‘How to Succeed’ to show twice
Park City High School will present "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying." The upbeat musical pokes fun at all aspects of the corporate world, with a little office romance thrown in as well. Performances will be held in the Eccles Center tonight at 7 p.m. with a matinee performance at 2 p.m. Tickets are $7 for adults, $5 for students and seniors and are available at the door.
Join the chorus for the holidays
Musicians are needed for a Community Christmas Concert. Rehearsals have just begun. All those that are interested in performing high-quality choral and orchestral pieces are invited to participate. The ensemble needs basses and tenors as well as strings, brass, wood winds and a harpist. Practices are being held each Sunday evening from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Kilby Road L.D.S. Chapel (next to Ecker Hill Middle School). This event will be a free Christmas Concert open to the community on Dec. 23, sponsored by the Park City Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. For more information or questions, please contact the choral director Lana Wilkinson at (435) 649-2025.
Get tickets to ‘The Race Show’
The Performing Arts Foundation will present "N*GGER W*TBACK CH*NK: The Race Show" at Eccles Center on Saturday, Nov. 17. The show will feature hip-hop, stand-up comedy, true stories and poetry that confront the idea of race. The American Theater Association awarded it "Best Play" in 2003.
The performance is at 7:30 p.m. The Eccles Center Box Office, open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., is located at 1750 Kearns Blvd., adjacent to the Park City High School. Call (435) 655-3114 for more information or visit ecclescenter.org.
Vet featured at Treeroom series
The Sundance Treeroom Author Series will host its next event on Nov. 17 with
Marcus Luttrell. Luttrell’s book, "Lone Survivor: The Eyewitness Account of Operation Redwing and the Lost Heroes of SEAL Team 10," is a first-hand account of the experiences of the members of the American military fighting in Afghanistan. Single tickets are $95 per person. Advance reservations are required. Tickets include the author’s lecture and discussion, a lavish brunch in the award winning Tree Room, and an autographed copy of the author’s latest book. Alcohol is not included. Events begin at noon. Tickets are available by calling the Sundance Activities Desk at (801) 223-4567.
Celebrate recycling Thursday
Americans all over the country will celebrate recycling on Thursday, Nov. 15.
All residents are welcome to drop off their recycling at Recycle Utah in Park City. The Center, located on Woodbine Way behind Anderson Lumber off of Kearns Blvd, accepts glass, aluminum, paper, newspaper, books, plastic, cardboard, all metals, batteries, CDs & DVDs, computers & other e-waste, mercury-containing items, packing boxes, and usable appliances and construction materials.
The drop-off is free of charge with the exception of monitors and TVs which are $5-10 each to defray the cost of the proper disposal of toxins.
For convenient neighborhood recycling, Recycle Utah maintains two large bins, one for aluminum cans and one for mixed paper. These bins are located behind the fire station in Coalville and in the WalMart parking lot in Kimball Junction. Mixed paper bins are located in Kamas behind the Summit County Library and in Heber in the Smith’s parking lot. For more information contact Recycle Utah, (435) 649-9698.
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