Fun Friday opens with our guest, Jennifer Kimball from Homestead Resort and Zermatt Resort and Spa. They are hosting Midway Winter Games Events, encouraging activities at all of the area Olympic venues. In the second half, Amanda and Angie stop by from the Park City Ice Arena. They too have Olympic fever, with an all day Olympic Fever Event, next Saturday, February 15.
As we've reported, litigation wars have broken out at the Sky Lodge Hotel, between the group of time-share owners now running the Home Owners Association, and the Lodge's owner Ken Abdalla.
The first skirmish took place in Third District Court Wednesday, as opposing attornyes and Judge Ryan Harris hammered out some ground rules on how the two groups will operate together at the Lodge. Rick Brough has more.
A legal civil war has broken out at the Sky Lodge on Main Street, with clashing lawsuits filed by the hotel's owner and manager Ken Abdalla, and a group of time share owners at the Lodge.
In January, the owners group filed suit alleging that Abdalla's hotel company Malibu, which ran the rental program, had engaged in a scheme to divert rental revenues from the owners. Abdalla's lawyer Joe Wrona calls that, "a bunch of nonsense."
The PC MARC has spring soccer programs for everyone ages three to adult. Offerings include Start Smart Soccer, Youth Soccer League, Match Mix-Up and Adult 7v7 Soccer League. Space is limited, so register soon. For league dates, more info and registration deadlines, visit parkcityrecreation.org or call 615-5400.
Park City Library invites you to a book discussion of “Prince Among Slaves” on Wednesday, February 26 at 7 pm and a free screening of the movie adaptation of the book on Thursday, February 27 at 7 pm in the Santy Auditorium. Copies of the book are available for check out at the library front desk. For more information visit www.parkcitylibrary.org or call 435-615-5600.
Summit County and the City of Coalville invite metal and wood artists to exhibit their work in the Summit County Artscape, the outdoor public art sculpture gallery. The City of Coalville has pledged up to $1,500 to purchase the People’s Choice award winner from this year’s show. Pieces will be installed in May and must be sustainable outdoors without maintenance for one year. Application deadline is Tuesday, May 5th. Applications and information are available at summitcounty.org. Click on “About Summit County” and then “Public Art.”
Park City Cooperative Preschool will host two Open Houses: Wednesday, February 12 and Thursday, March 6 from 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. This is an opportunity for prospective preschoolers and their parents to learn about the Park City Co-op; to meet the teachers, Ms. Linda and Ms. Pati; and to play in the classroom. The Co-op is located on the 2nd floor of the library building, 1255 Park Ave. For more information, please call 435-649-5949 or visit www.parkcitycoop.com. New Student enrollment begins March 6.