The Under 21 Beat
There comes a time each year when the P.C. mountain mysteriously transforms into the graduating year and responsibility and homework fall by the wayside. Before long boredom threatens to close in, thanks in part to a perceived lack of fun for the Under 21 set. Though we young Parkites may not have a license to drink, we can still have a license to rally up a good time in the "four-three-five."
In recent years, beach volleyball has become an obsession with the increasing desire to tromp around in the sand and socialize amongst friends. City Park serves as the Mecca to run into former classmates and friends with the numerous beach volleyball courts that surround the park. Whether it is friendly strangers or former classmates, it seems that there are always people excited and willing to fire up a quick game. However, don’t veer away if you’re not the competitive type; beach volleyball caters to all types of players, from hardcore sticklers to the comical ball-smackers, there is always a court beckoning. Round up the friend, grab a ball, and get ready to have sand in your hair; because beach volleyball is a summer trend that can’t be resisted.
Here is a list of other activities for the under 21:
Free live concerts
Frontier Bank Community Concert Series at Deer Valley
Wednesdays June 23 through Sept. 1, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Paddle boarding, boating and jet-skiing at Jordanelle State Park
Jordanelle Marina (rentals): 435-655-9919
The Park Silly Sunday Market
Sundays June 13 through Sept. 26, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Spaghetti Night at Ciseros
Monday night spaghetti specials with live entertainment
Night tennis and kickball at City Park (lights turn off at 10 p.m.)
For league information, visit http://www.parkcity.org.
11 Hauz, which opened last summer, serves traditional Jamaican food such as jerk chicken and shrimp, beef patties and fried plantains.