Ethel Preston

Office Manager

Ethel Preston is KPCW's Chief Officer of First Impressions, and handles KPCW's public service announcements, lost & found, donor databases and volunteer coordination.

Ways to Connect

Recycle Utah is now accepting skis, snowboards, and poles for recycling and reuse this winter.  For more info, contact Recycle Utah, your non-profit recycling center, at 435-649-9698 or visit www.recycleutah.org.

Did you know that plastic bags are not accepted in your curbside recycling bin? Drop them off at Recycle Utah’s 24/7 recycling center instead. And remember to use reusable bags instead of plastic whenever possible! For more info, contact Recycle Utah, your community nonprofit recycling center, at 435-649-9698 or visit www.recycleutah.org.

Winter Bus Service

Dec 2, 2016

Full Winter Bus Service has begun. In-town service hours are from 5:40 a.m. until the last bus departs the top of Main Street at 1:55a.m. For detailed bus departure times, please refer to a winter transit timetable. You will find transit information inside the buses and at the Old Town Transit Center or visit www.parkcitytransit.org. Plan your next trip online and track your bus in real time. 

Did you know that electronic waste contains materials that are toxic to humans and the environment.and should never be thrown in your garbage?  Take electronics to Recycle Utah instead to ensure they are responsibly recycled in Utah. Fees apply. For more info, contact Recycle Utah, your community nonprofit recycling center, at 435-649-9698 or visit www.recycleutah.org.

courtesy of Recycle Utah

Did you know that our Summit County landfill only has 15 months of space left? Do your part to help save it by bringing all of your hard-to-recycle items to Recycle Utah. For more info and a full list of accepted materials, contact Recycle Utah, your non-profit recycling center, at 435-649-9698 or visit www.recycleutah.org.

Skateboard Series

Jul 22, 2016
courtesy Park City Recreation

PC Recreation presents the 2016 Skateboard Series, on July 30 at 11 a.m. at the Park City Skate Park. Don’t miss this fun opportunity for friendly competition against other local skaters. Divisions include Beginner Street, Girls Street, Intermediate Street, Advanced Street, Beginner Bowl and Open Bowl. Pre-register at the PC MARC for $10 or $15 day of at 10 a.m. Space is limited. For more info, visit parkcityrecreation.org. 

Monika Guendner / KPCW

Host John Wells disappears this week with Spring Fever, and KPCW deejays Shirin Spangenberg and Monika Guendner step in to dispel the rumors that there's nothing to do in town after the resorts close. Park City Historic District's Alison Kuhlow stops by to give an update on everything that's new and open during the spring, as well as tips on how to get free parking on Main Street. In between all the shoulder season news, local artists from past shows round this out for the Best of The Morning Mix, with performances by Shannon Runyon, Elizabeth Hareza and Teresa Eggertsen Cook.

Monika Guendner / KPCW

Hosts John Wells and Peggy Ijams are out "on assignment" this week, so The Morning Mix gets taken over by the B Team - guest hosts Shirin Spangenberg, Monika Guendner and Ethel Preston. This show focuses on some of the best music and musicians who have appeared on the show over the last quarter, featuring Small House Strings, BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet, Amber Ikeman and Sarah Anne Degraw.

Youth Soccer Club

May 21, 2015

Soccer Try-outs to be held at Basin Rec Field House
Boys U-9 & Girls U-10 on Tuesday 5/19 from 6-7:30
Also Boys U-11 & Girls U-12 on Tuesday 5/26 from 6-7:30
We encourage all players to pre-register at www.blackdiamondsoccer.com and to arrive 15 minutes prior to tryouts.
Thank you!!

Seussville, Park City Style! March 3, 2014  is a celebration of Dr. Seuss' Birthday throughout the Park City School District Elementary Schools. Volunteers are needed to don striped hats and red bow ties and read to students at any district elementary school on March 3. Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ Birthday by making it a day to increase student literacy. Also, for every volunteer who reads to a class,  that teacher will receive a book for the classroom library. Sign up is available on each individual  school's website.

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