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SCENE The Park Record. Editor: Scott Iwasaki Arts@parkrecord.com 435.649.9014 ex.113 SWANER’S CRAFT SUNDAY A Craft Sunday for all ages will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Sunday, starting March 19, at the Swaner EcoCenter, 1258 Center Drive at Kimball Junction. The crafts will be nature-themed. For information, visit www.swanerecocenter. org. PRESENTATION ADDRESSES POSTPARTUM ISSUES, C-2 www.parkrecord.com LOCAL MUSICIANS READY NEXT EUROPEAN TOUR, C-3 C-1 SAT/SUN/MON/TUES, MAY 20-23, 2017 Park City Farmer’s Market opens two weeks early this year PARK CITY FILM SERIES: ‘HEDDA GABLER’ NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE The Park City Film Series will screen National Theatre Live’s production of “Hedda Gabler” at 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 21, at the Park City Library’s Jim Santy Auditorium, 1255 Park Ave. Ruth Wilson (“Luther,” “The Affair” and “Jane Eyre”) plays the title role in a new version by Patrick Marber (“Notes on a Scandal” and “Closer”). There will be a 20-minute intermission. The performance is appropriate for ages 12 and older. General admission tickets are $20. Tickets for Park City Film Series and Friends of the Park City Library members are $17. Student tickets are $15. For information, visit www.parkcityfilmseries.com. CONNECT SUMMIT COUNTY: SUICIDE PREVENTION TRAINING IN SPANISH CONNECT Summit County, a nonprofit that raises awareness of mental health issues, will host “QuestionPersuade-Refer,” a suicide prevention training event presented by Latino Behavioral Health at 6 p.m. on Monday, May 22, at the Park City Library, 1255 Park Ave. The session, which is free and open to the public, will be held in Spanish. For information, visit www.connectsummitcounty.org. PARK RECORD FILE PHOTO The Park City Farmer's Market will open two weeks earlier than usual on Wednesday, May 24. The market, which features produce, foods and gifts from local producers and vendors, is held from noon until 6 p.m. every Wednesday at Canyons cabriolet parking lot. Volker Ritzinger enjoys bringing high-quality vendors to Park City By SCOTT IWASAKI The Park Record A far as Volker Ritzinger can remember, the Park City Farmer’s Market has IDEALIST COLLECTIVE AT HEARTSPACE A free idealist collective -- a gathering of Park City-based idealists, leaders and social entrepreneurs -- will be held from 6-8 p.m. on Tuesday, May 23, at Heartspace, 4343 N. S.R. 224, Suite 203. For information, visit www. plentyconsulting.com/heartspace. Gouache works displayed at Hoffman Exotics The Park Record Historian Rob Brooke will give a free presentation called “The Strange and Curious History of Alcohol Along Main Street” from 5-6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 24, at the Park City Museum, 528 Main St. The event is free and open to the public and ties into the “Spirited: Prohibition in America” exhibit that is on display at the museum until May 25. For information, visit www.parkcityhistory.org. lier this year.” The change in opening date is the only major difference this year, because the market will still be held from noon to 6 p.m. every Wednesday at Canyons cabriolet parking lot. Live music will be provided by Rich Wyman. Admission is still free. Ritzinger said the produce and offerings will still be provided by the best vendors he can ﬁnd. “We try to keep everyone in line as far as offering the most organic foods and products as [the vendors] can,” he said. “I inspect every farm of those who want to participate to make sure they aren’t using GMOs and things like that. In fact, I’ve been inspecting farms for the past two-and-a-half months.” Ritzinger also visits approximately 30 farmer’s markets each year to recruit new vendors. “I love talking to people and bringing the best stuff to Park City,” he said. “We have some great vendors who have been with us from the past and some new Please see Market, C-4 Gordon Snidow is a cowboy artist to the core By SCOTT IWASAKI PARK CITY LECTURE SERIES AT THE PARK CITY MUSEUM always opened in June. This year, Ritzinger, the market’s manager and organizer, will move things up two weeks, and open on Wednesday, May 24. “This is the ﬁrst time we’re doing this, because many of the farmers who will participate have greenhouses,” Ritzinger told The Park Record. “They asked me why are we going so long in October when it snows? Why not start it earlier? “My job is to listen to the farmers and vendors and we decided to open up ear- Visual artist Gordon Snidow has lived amongst cowboys and ranch hands for most of his 80 years, and his art shows it. “He has an uncanny ability to capture a spirit of a person or the spirit of an animal and put it on his palette,” his ex-wife and manager Grace Snidow said during an interview with The Park Record. “He often says he has been to the biggest ranches in southern Texas, to the biggest ranches in northern Montana and everywhere in between. I think he wanted to paint the life in which he lived.” Grace Snidow spoke with The Park Record in her ex-husband’s stead because he is suffering hearing loss. “Gordon spent the time with these people, not just showing up and photographing them for reference, but getting to know them and learn about why they loved that life,” she said. “The funny thing is he wouldn’t put any ﬁlm in his camera for the ﬁrst three days, because the cowboys would go to town, get haircuts and cleaned up because they knew he was going to take pictures. Gordon would wait until they got dirty again to take photos so he could paint them in their everyday life.” Hoffman Exotics and Fine Art, 4207 N. Forestdale Drive at Quinn’s Junction, is showing some of Gordon’s works. “We’ve known [gallery owner] Don Hoffman for more than 10 years and he has sold some of Gordon’s Please see Snidow, C-5 COURTESY OF HOFFMAN EXOTICS AND FINE ART Gordon Snidow's gouache paintings such as "Get Along Little Doggie" are of scenes the artist experienced while he visited ranches and ranges throughout the Midwest from Texas to Montana. An exhibit of Snidow's works is currently on display at Hoffman Exotics and Fine Art.