The Park Record Clips for Nov. 3-6
Kimball presents a study in ‘Aesthetic Engineering’
Tonight, the Kimball Art Center will host an opening of Ginny Ruffner’s new show, "Aesthetic Engineering," for members and those who wish to sign up for membership. Ruffner is a studio glass artist from Seattle . Her 10 sculptural pieces are formed into large fantastical flower figures made of glass petals tied to metal that stand up to six feet high. The opening is from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and will include music, beverages and appetizers. Her show will run through Jan. 10. The Kimball Art Center is located at 638 Park Ave. For more information, visit Kimball-art.org or call (435) 649-8882.
Let the Buckaroo Fair begin
For 2007, top names heading to Utah for Heber City ‘s 13th annual Cowboy Poetry Gathering and Buckaroo Fair, Nov. 6-11 will include: Michael Martin Murphey, Riders in the Sky, Baxter Black, Bar J Wranglers, Sons of the San Joaquin, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott and host Waddie Mitchell.
The event will take place at Wasatch High School , 64 E. 600 S., Heber City . For details about the schedule, visit http://www.hebercitycowboypoetry.com .
Talk green, have a cocktail
Park City Green Drinks is scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 7. The event aims to be a fun, informal opportunity for anyone working in, studying, or just interested in sustainability to get together, have drinks and talk "green." Green Drinks is self-organizing and evolves with each gathering as everyone brings new people. Everyone is welcome and cash drinks and food are available. Please pass the invitation along freely and bring friends, family and colleagues.
Feel free to bring business cards, brochures, and other eco-resources to share with like-minded folk.
Songwriters’ Circle cancelled
The Musicians’ and Songwriters’ Circle has been cancelled indefinitely by founder Brooks Broomfield until further notice.
The monthly meetings that were opened to the public fostered a community for creative musicians in Park City.
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