Public Service Announcements

KPCW helps to connect our community through free public service announcements for non-profit organizations working and based in the Wasatch Back

PSAs are announcements about the events and activities of non-profit organizations only in KPCW’s broadcast area of Summit and Wasatch counties.

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To see events run by non-profits, look at our Events Calendar here.

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To submit an PSA on an EVENT, click here.

  • Concerts, Workshops, Seminars and Weekly Meetings are Events.

To submit a PSA on a PROGRAM/ACTIVITY, click here.

  • Volunteer Recruiting, Sign-up/Registrations Periods, Long-running Programs, Safety Announcements, fall under Programs.

 

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All PSAs will be available on our website, and read by our on-air volunteer DJs and show hosts, for up to three weeks. Sometimes, we even post them on Facebook, Twitter and Pintrest. Each non-profit organization can have up to three PSAs total (Event and Program) announced at one time. Non-profits can purchase additional spots at a reduced rate from our Underwriting Department. Please allow one business day for your PSA to be approved to air. KPCW reserves the right to edit content for reading ease, length, appropriateness or FCC rules.

To edit your PSA or have it removed contact Ethel Preston at epreston@kpcw.org.

Scroll through our events here:

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Or, look at our Events Calendar here.

And scroll below for PSAs of Activities and Programs.

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Thank you from the staff and board of KPCW! 

Park City Lacrosse

Feb 12, 2016

 Park City Youth Lacrosse registration is now open for grades 1-8. For more information go to parkcitylacrosse.org. 

Green With Love

Feb 8, 2016
courtesy of Recycle Utah

Recycle Utah encourages you to celebrate a green Valentine’s Day by showing your love for the Earth. Choose shade-grown, organic chocolates from a local shop, and gift living, potted plants rather than cut bouquets to remind your valentine you love them all year ‘round. Then, remember to recycle those empty candy boxes and cards!

For more info, contact Recycle Utah, your community non-profit recycling center, at 435-649-9698 or visit www.recycleutah.org.

Winter Break Camp

Feb 4, 2016
courtesy Park City Recreation

If you’re staying in town for winter vacation, let PC Recreation be your kids’ headquarters for winter break fun. Our Winter Break Camp is for ages 6-12 and is held February 16 to 19, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Activities include a week of fun on snow, ice, bouldering, arts and crafts, plus some off-site adventure. Space is limited, so register early for daily drop-in or the entire camp. Deadline is February 10. For more info or to register, visit parkcityrecreation.org or call 615-5400.

Adult Ballet

Feb 4, 2016
courtesy Park City Recreation

  The PC MARC’s Adult Ballet classes, taught by Joanne Rupinskas, focus on traditional ballet technique while emphasizing correct posture and body alignment. The next winter session will be offered February 23 to March 31. Classes are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays and conveniently scheduled during our childcare hours, noon to 1:30 p.m. The fee is $145. Registration ends two days before class start. For more info, visit parkcityrecreation.org or call 615-5400.

courtesy of Recycle Utah

Did you know, traditional de-icing salt used on roads and driveways is harmful to the environment, your driveway, and your pets’ paws? For an eco-friendly de-icing alternative you can use at your home or business, always look for “Pet Safe” de-icing salt, which is non-toxic. For an added melting kick, add organic sugar to your pet-safe de-icer.

For more info, contact Recycle Utah at 435-649-9698 or visit recycleutah.org.

De-icing Update

Jan 29, 2016
courtesy of Recycle Utah

Did you know, traditional de-icing salt used on roads and driveways is harmful to the environment, your driveway, and your pets’ paws? For an eco-friendly de-icing alternative, always look for “Pet Safe” de-icing salt, which is non-toxic to your driveway, your pet, and the environment. For an added melting kick, add organic sugar to your pet-safe de-icer.For more info, contact Recycle Utah, at 435-649-9698 or visit recycleutah.org.