Page 2 Inge a. ‘gacks Bay. fee ghe Japan Fall Fest tated om Bai:iy. Flame Wake Comics lo Sorenson Center some. “time next year. “I would also like to bring out some great improv troupes from Chicago for extended runs,” Rogan said. - The troupes try to keep the by Lisa Davis James shows clean and family-orient-.. ed, but since this is live. unre- The Japan Fall Festival will launch the 2002-03 season of the Kennedy Center Imagination Celebration™ in Salt Lake on hearsed — improv, once =i a. while, things slip out of the actors' mouths before they real-_ ize it. In that case, Rogan. says, : the audience can yell, “penal-_ ty?” and’ the actor is punished in some way. Actors can also call penalties on audience members if they get out of line. Innuendo is often an improv troup’s best friend. People can think a remark is risque or clean, depending on how. their own minds work. . Saturday, Oct. 19, from noon until 5 p.m. at the Sorenson Multi-Cultural Center at 855 West California Ave. ‘The Imagination Celebration is a year-round arts education festival that brings world-class artists, events and performances into Salt Lake City schools and communities, creating powerful experiences for teachers, young people and a ilies. | Japan Fall Festival 2002, cosponsored by the Japan Cultural Heritage Foundation, is free to the public and will include traditional One. “actor, > who shall remain nameless, . said, “An innuendo is definitely not an Italian suppositor ae Quick Wits is trying a new format on Thursday evenings: Improy Survivor, where eight actors start on stage, but are voted off one by one until only one is left at the end of the show. If you are interested in joining an improv troupe, free improv workshops are held at. The KYSOFE Comedy eo» Trolley ae Live. every} Sauaay. niblits at $8 pm. Saturday from 4-6 pm and if Tickets cost $8, but students you attend a workshop, you- get * - set-in for $6, and the Monday. into one of the shows that night night show is half price. You free. KYSOFF shows can be seen on Monday, Friday and by Beatrice Coonrod — Biddy You can’t get much for $10 a year these days, unless you're between the ages six and 18, then you can get everything a kid needs to suceced 2 = The LIED Boys & Girls. Club and Capitol. West Boys & Girls Club are designated "safe havens" for Salt Lake's West Side. Located in the Poplar Grove and Fairpark areas - these. | youth-development programs are dedicated to giving kids opportunities to experience newthings and develop skills they need in order to be successful in today’s society. One of dozens of: programs ‘offered is the — Leaders In Training program. Junior High and High School students are given eleven weeks . of training to learn work and community serv- ice skills by actually working in the club. Workshops, meetings, training, weekly fieldtrips, and recognition eclebiabions support. this program. their own 'socks off for audiences at a ae Several extraordinary opportunities hie been created for these dev eloping young- leaders. Last June, thirteen "Leaders In Training’ went stone National Park. They spent part — toof Yellow their trip working on a service project at Fishing Bridge Lake. The rest of the time, they went horseback riding, visited Old Faithful and learned all about the park. Another group of “Leaders In Training’ partnered up with Nike last June for some rock. climbing and: kayaking. After the events, the kids attended the Retailers Expo, where they learned more about the business opportunities associated with the sports. The next session of Leaders in Trainmg starts September 23. Sports leagues are also offered at the LIED Boys & Girls Club. Biddy Ball will be oo | _at the LIED Club starting October 14th. A second Biddy Ball league will begin in hae can also : ask for half-price bounceback passes at the box Square. dance and music performances, flower arranging, kite making, paper folding workshops, and arts and crafts exhibits. The Imagination Celebration is administered by Global Artways, a component of Mayor Rocky Anderson's YouthCity program. office when you leave a performance. Tos. learn: -- amore: cil KYSOFPF's:: webs.< site: <at www.kysoff.com or call 942-5976. Ball isa fee-based league for elemen- tary-aged basketball teams. For. teen girls, a volleyball tournament will be held ‘the third week in November. Later in the school year, an indoor soccer league will over 36. 7 students _be offered. Last summer, OV 3 learned golf in ‘The - First. Tee: program.’ They. received lessons from a golf pro. and were taught | rules, etiquette and related social os as part of the curriculum. | - The teen center at Capitol West continues to golf on a weekly basis. Students are siven the opportunity ‘once ‘a year to -compete’ in ‘the National. Youth. of the Year program. Tuition scholarships are awarded to winners based on their past service to community, school, ‘club, family, life goals and. values. Every. child has access. to. eee computers. Time is set aside each day for kids to. get help with their homework: Other pro‘grams offered include drug and alcohol preven-| tion, gender-specific social skills classes, sang and violence prevention, fine arts, photography, gym sports, interclub competitions and dinner e three nights a. week! The Capitol West Club also has after-school transportation service for six schools at only $10 a month! The LIED Boys & Girls Club — operating hours are from 2:00 to 6:00 p-m., Monday through Friday, for elementary aged students. The teen center is open Monday through Friday from 2:00 to 7:00 p.m. The Capitol West Club hours are the same with one exception, it is open early on Fridays at 12:00 p.m: for elementary-aged students. For (801) additional 364-9118. Goneord..-(1235. information, Their Wo). contact «address Salt. Lake is: LIED 460 —City, S. UT $4104. Or, contact Capitol West at (801) 531-7652. Their. address is: 567 W. 300°N., Salt Lake City, UT 84116. a L Herrera-Diaz _ 1. “Thomas Cabralsen- Carlton Christen Beatrice Coonrod © Fred J. Fife 1 tla Rose Fife _ Katherine be James A. Fisher — es _ aa |: : a Gibson | . | Keith Homer — Lisa Davis Jaames _ Neancy MeConnick Robin A. Moore _ - _ Victoria Orme ae a Romero Van Turner | : Lick Welze — Jilene Whitby _. .