The Park Record Scene Clips for May 17-20
See ‘Willy Wonka’ at The Egyptian
The Egyptian Theatre’s Youtheatre presents "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" on the Egyptian Theatre stage Thursday May 22 and Friday the 23 at 7 p.m. and a Saturday matinee on the 24th at 1:30 p.m. Call the Egyptian’s box office at (435) 649-9371 to reserve a seat.
Attend the community-wide garage sale
Park City Community Church is holding a community-wide garage sale today, Saturday, May 17, from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Come have a breakfast treat, eat some baked goodies and bargain shop. All money from the garage sale and bake sale go to Shining Stars Co-op preschool. Park City Community Church is located at 4501 S.R. 224 (behind Park City Nursery) For more information, call:(435) 649-8131.
Help wanted: Ambassadors seek volunteers for July 4
The Park City Ambassadors are looking for volunteers to help with the July 4th Parade and City Park activities. If you’d like to volunteer please contact Joel Fine @ 435-901-2171 or email joel@FineProperty.com .
Arts-Kids to nurture young filmmakers this summer
Learn the art of film-making at Arts-Kids Film Camp. Kids spend one week writing, acting, filming and editing to create their own stories.
Camp is for children ages 11 to 16 years and will be held June 9- 13 from 1-5 p.m. at Park City Mountain Resort. The cost is $190, but scholarships are also available. For more information or to register call (435) 615-7878. For further details, visit arts-kids.org.
Calling all student artists
The Swaner EcoCenter invites all Summit County students to participate in the Swaner Nature Festival Art Challenge. The 2008 themes are Swaner Wildlife and You and Nature. All art will be displayed and winners announced at the June 21 Swaner Nature Festival. Prizes will be awarded for each grade level. Entries must be delivered to the Swaner EcoCenter offices by 5 p.m. on Friday, May 30. For more information, please visit swanerecocenter.org or call Savannah at (435) 649-1767.
Anita Lewis, Brent Ovard and Travis English were influential in shaping how residents interact with the county.