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Park City News Thursday, March 17, 1983 Page A13 r7 v Got talent? Prove it! fhSU'LT d T1 Talent Show wUI heW April 12 at 2S.5P2I . e S v rting at 7:30 P m- Contest entrants mho n & 3n aPPhcation KPCW's studios in the Memona Building or contact either Glenn Steigmeyer or George Ricker at 649-9004 before April 3. (331) Family planning clinics The Park City Community Clinic, a non profit family planning plan-ning program, will be holding clinics during March. Appointments Appoint-ments are available for morning, afternoon and evening clinics. 6 The services offered include: physical exams, PAP tests, counseling and education, VD screening, pregnancy testing and contraceptive supplies. Costs for these services are reasonable. No one will be denied use of the clinic and all services ser-vices are confidential. For information or an appointment, please call 649-5989. Book discussion group The selection to be discussed this month is "War & Remembrance" Re-membrance" by Herman Wouk. The group will meet at the library Wed., April 6 at noon. Bring a sack lunch. Everyone welcome. (331) St Patrick's Day dance A free St. Patrick's Day dance will be held at the new IDS church in Park Meadows, on Friday, March 18 from 8:30 p.m. until 11:30 p.m. Everyone between the ages of 14 and 18 is invited. (317) Easter Egg Hunt Park City Preschool's fifth annual Easter Egg Hunt will be Saturday, April 2 at Prospector Square Athletic Club from noon to 2 p.m. All children and their families are welcome. (331) Community Clinic open house The Park City Community Clinic will be holding an open house Friday, March 25, 1983 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. The public is invited to tour the facility and to meet the staff and board of directors. The clinic is located in the basement at 1515 Park Avenue (the Red Barn) . Refreshments will be served. (324) Ruggers to celebrate St. Pat's Attention all rugby players: there will be a St. Patrick's Day party, Thurs., March 17 at the Alpine Prospectors Lodge at the top of Main Street starting at 7 p.m. For further information, please call 6494681, 649-9875 or 649-6980. 649-6980. (317) At the Lamplighter The Lamplighter Coffeehouse, located in the Art Network, 524 Main Street, will feature a touring, performing arts team from the University of Missouri March 18 and 19. Joining the team will be Park City's own Don Gomes. Don is the director of the Egyptian Theater. (317) Dance show cancelled Dancing Fawn Productions announces that "Poor Girl, Poor Girl, Poor Girl Long Way from Home" has been cancelled. can-celled. Ticket holders may redeem their tickets Sunday, March 20, 1983 at the Egyptian Theatre from noon to 6 p.m. (317) Heart Fund Fashion Show The annual Heart Fund Fashion Show will be held March 18 at 7 p.m. Mothers and grandmothers, start sewing. We need your children for our models. If you have any questions or would like to have your children in the fashion show, please call Carolyn Goodworth, 6494)006 or Libby Hannay, 649-9600. (317) Blood pressure clinic The Summit County Health Department will hold a blood pressure clinic at the Memorial Building on Wednesday, March 30. The clinic will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. (324) Wallyball tournament On Sunday, March 20, the Recreation Department and the Prospector Athletic Club will sponsor the second annual wallyball tournament at Prospector Square. Prizes for first, second, third and fourth place will be given away, and a facility use package is included with an entry fee of $10 for non-members, or $5 for members. Call 649-6670 or 649-9461 for more inform taion. (317) Hearing on Rossi Hill zone change The Park City Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on March 23 at 7 p.m. in the Marsac Building. The purpose of this hearing is to solicit public comment regarding a zone change application which has been received for Rossi Hill generally including Blocks 59, 60 and 61. The application proposes the creation of a new zone district for single family homes. Additional information is available from the Planning Plan-ning Department. (317) PARK CITY HOME VIDEO 649-2572 SALE AND RENTAL OF VIDEO EQUPMENT 1729 SIDEWINDER, PARK CITY, UTAH 649-2572 TO PAtK CITY HWV. M TO Ha CITY OAKY I I QUHEN I I nomex VHXO PARK CITY HOME VIDEO sxxwMoa UQUOt STOtt am STEAK REST. MONDAY THURS. Rent one at regular price Rent second movie for $1 .00 FBI. & SAT. Rent 4 movies for the price of 3. NEW MOVIES IN STORE 1 . Garp 2. Night Shift 3. Fast Times at Ridgemont High 4. Gator 5. The End 6. Heavy Traffic 7. The Border COMING SOON Friday 13th III Young Doctors in Love An Officer and Gentleman The Boat The Prize Fighter (Formerly Don Brady Associates) Interior Furnishings 6t Design Park Meadows Plaza Bldg., P.O. Box 3009, Park City, Ut 84060 801-649-4044 Relocating 550 Main St. Park City, Ut See our exciting models at The Cache Ridgeview Condominiums Chatham Crossing 310 Marsac Fawngrove AM SdDimne (DHaiss A listing of classes in the Park City area, available to both profit-making and nonprofit organizations. Please submit information in paragraph form to The Newspaper News-paper before noon Tuesday. Volunteers get credit University of Utah students can now earn college credit for volunteer work done at a number of nonprofit organizations in Park City. The amount of credit awarded to a student is based on the number of actual hours spent doing volunteer work. For every 36 hours of volunteer work done during the quarter, the student is given one hour of college credit. In addition to the volunteer work, students are typically required to keep a journal of their activities. The volunteerism courses are open to any person with a l.igh school degree. These courses are listed in the current Park City Institute Spring Class Edition under Leisure Experience: Ex-perience: Volunteerism (Recreation and leisure 194R-44 or 391R-44) and Volunteerism in the Fine Arts (Modern Dance 39lRB-42and500RC-42. Such nonprofit Park City organizations as the Kimball Art Center, the Egyptian Theater, the U.S. Ski Team, KPCW and the Park City Chamber of Commerce & Convention & Visitors Bureau are currently in need of student volunteers. For further information on the volunteerism, contact Alan Seko at the Kimball Art Center, 649-8882. University of Utah spring schedule The University of Utah's Division of Continuing Education will be offering 13 courses at the Kimball Art Center spring quarter. The spring session will begin the week of March 28. Courses to be offered include English 101 (expository writing), Spanish 101 (first year Spanish), Journalism 171 (writing and reporting for the mass media), Math 106 (plane trigonometry), Art History 103 (survey of art history), English 245 (introduction to imaginative writing). Psychology 122 (psychology of infancy and childhood), Math 101 (intermediate algebra), Math 105 (college algebra), English 325 (introduction to Shakespeare), Psychology 101 (introduction to Psychology), Modern Dance 391 (volunteerism (volun-teerism in the fine arts) and Leisure Experience 194 (volunteerism). (volun-teerism). For time and dates of specific courses, contact Alan Seko at the Kimball Art Center, 649-8882. (tfn) CPR Last chance this winter to receive certification for Cardiopulmonary Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation. It's taking place Wednesday, March 23 from 7 to 10 p.m. in the Memorial Building and $5 includes certification. You must come to the Memorial Building between 3 p.m. and 10 p.m. to register. Call 649-9461 for further information. (317) Printmaking at Kimball Salt Lake artist Kris Billington wi'l be teaching a six-week printmaking course at the Kimball Art Center beginning Monday, April 11. The course will meet every Monday evening from 6:30 to 9 p.m. The workshop will cover woodcut and silkscreening. A follow-up course covering photo silkscreening will be scheduled in the near future. Cost for the course is $45 for Kimball Art Center members and $50 for nonmembers. In addition, all students will be charged a $15 materials fee. Early registration is encouraged. For further information, call 649-8882. (331) UTAH'S FINEST ARTIST'S CO-OP East side Trolley Square, by Mountaineer Sports, Salt Lake City Utah's Largest Selection of Hand-made Collectibles, Art Treasurers & Antiques Custom made quilts and afgans, wall and ceiling murals, wood carvings, cedar chests, C hardwood furniture. Eighest quality at most affordable prices guaranteed. Custom orders accepted on all items. 9 Or 0. ALENDAR ONGOING New exhibits at the Kimball Art Center: ceramics and drawings b David Fernandez, ceramic sculptures sculp-tures by Mona Rowley, and drawings by Manuel de Arce. Through March 31. 649-8882. Now showing at the Hansen Planetarium, Salt Lake City : Universe of Dr. Einstein," plus the 1982 CLIO awards. Through June 6. 535-7007. The Utah Boat, Sports and Travel Show, at the Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, through March 20. 363-7681. The 17 THURSDAY Park City Council, regular meeting, at the Memorial Building, 5 p.m. 649-9321. Supper at the Senior Citizens' Center, 1361 Norfolk Ave., 5 p.m. St. Patrick's Day Classic racquetball tournament begins at the Prospector Athletic Club, through March 20. 649-6670. 19 FRIDAY 21 The Utah Symphony in concert at Symphony Hall, Salt Lake City, Ken Noda, guest pianist, 8 p.m. 533-6407. 19 SATURDAY American Pro Skiing dual mogul challenge at Brighton Ski Resort. Registration from 8 to 10a.m. Racing begins at 11:30 649-1453. The Utah Symphony in concert at Symphony Hall, Salt Lake City, Ken Noda, guest pianist, 8 p.m. MONDAY Town Race at the Park City Ski Area, 9:30 a.m. 649-8111. Supper at the Senior Citizens' Center, 1361 Norfolk Ave., 5 p.m. 22 20 SUNDAY KTVX Winter Carnival giant slalom at the Park City Ski Area. Registration from 8 to 10 a.m., race begins at 10:30. 649-8111. New exhibits at the Old Town Gallery : adobe by Holly Haas, batik by Holly Rom and oils by Kathryn Reynolds. Reception for the artists from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Wallyball tournament at the Prospector Athletic Club. 649-6670. TUESDAY Motor vehicle registration at the Marsac Building, 9 a.m. to noon and lp.m. to 4 p.m. Summit County Commission, regular meeting, Summit County Courthouse, Coalville, 10 a.m. Park City Board of Education, special meeting; location to be announced, an-nounced, 7 : 30 p.m. 649-9671. Summit County Planning Commission, Com-mission, regular meeting, Summit County Courthouse, 7 : 30 p.m. 23 WEDNESDAY Gymnastics: the Park City Miners vs. Emery, Duchesne and Richfield at Emery High School. Park City Planning Commission, regular meeting, Marsac Building, 7 p.m. Includes public hearing on Rossi Hill zone change. 649-6714.