The Park Record Scene Clips for May 7-9
See a Sundance documentary
Tonight, Wednesday, May 7, the Sundance Institute presents a free Documentary Film Series screening "Manufactured Landscapes." The film, a 2007 Sundance Film Festival selection, gets inside the world and work of renowned Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky, an artist famous for his large-scale photographs of quarries, recycling yards, factories and mines. The film is not rated. The screening begins at the Santy Auditorium, located at 1255 Park Ave. at 7 p.m. For more information, visit parkcityfilmseries.com.
Have Pride in Your Park
Recycle Utah announces Park City Community Clean-up Day is Saturday, May 10 from 9 a.m. to noon. Meet at City Park for continental breakfast at 8:30 a.m. Bring Work Gloves and wear orange. Bags will be provided. All trash collectors meet for free lunch at noon at City Park. For more information, call Recycle Utah at (435) 649-9698.
July 4th parade applications now available
The Park City Ambassadors are accepting applications for floats for the 2008 July 4th Parade. Please call (435) 658-9620 and leave a message with the name of the organization, phone number and an email address and an application will be sent to the applicant. The application and fee deadline is May 31.
Want to be a part of the Park City Library?
Park City Mayor Dana Williams is accepting applications for Park City Library Board vacancies. Terms are three years in length and appointments will be effective July 1. Applicants must be residents of Park City and able to attend monthly meetings and other events as business demands. Applications are available at the library, located at 1255 Park Ave and at the Mayor’s office. The deadline for applications is May 19. For more information, contact Linda Tillson at (435) 615-5605.
Join an Evening of Remembrance
After losing a loved one, grieving and remembering are such important pieces to the healing process. Join Intermountain Homecare at the annual spring memorial. The gathering is a chance to honor and celebrate the lives of loved ones. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Wasatch Senior Center, 465 East 1200 South, Heber City. Light refreshments will be served. If you have any questions, please call Intermountain Homecare at (435) )657-4323.
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Park City Mountain Resort owner Vail Resorts will require employees to be vaccinated against the novel coronavirus for the ski season, the Colorado-based firm said on Monday. The move by Vail Resorts to require vaccinations is significant with the firm being one of the largest employers in Park City and surrounding Summit County.