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Tonight's forum on Women in Leadership features KPCW News Director Leslie Thatcher as the moderator.

Panelists include: 

courtesy Park City Leadership

Join the 22nd annual Community Leadership Forum: this year featuring Women in Leadership, on Monday, March 14, at 7:00 PM at the Park City Library’s Jim Santy Auditorium. 

KPCW’s own Leslie Thatcher will moderate a diverse panel of six exceedingly accomplished women as they discuss the dramatically changing role of female leaders in the 21st Century.

This is a free event open to the public and will be broadcast LIVE here on KPCW.

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KPCW Joins Chairs For Charity

Dec 5, 2015
courtesy Malia Denali

Park City's EpicPromise Chairs for Charity event takes place at the Kimball Art Center December 8 – 10. 

What is Chairs for Charity? 

When Park City took down the Motherlode chair lift this summer, they kept a few chairs to help support local nonprofits. Over the last several weeks, 18 Park City nonprofits, including KPCW, have teamed up with local artists to create a work of art out of their chair. All of the chairs will be auctioned off at a private event on December 10. KPCW's artists are Park City-based Bill Kranstover and Malia Denali. 

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Local artists Bill Kranstover and Malia Denali are busy putting the final touches on two of the old Motherlode Chairs, after turning them into pieces of art for the for Chairs for Charity event next week.  Lynn Ware Peek has more.

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The management of KPCW has announced it's come to a landmark agreement with a Salt Lake media group. In exchange for KPCW moving one click away from its historic home on the FM dial, the station is acquiring an FM station in Salt Lake City as an asset, is improving its broadcast infrastructure and amping up its coverage.

KPCW Receives an Early Christmas Gift: A Donated Salt Lake City FM Radio Station and a New Transmission Facility For KPCW

KPCW-FM, the nonprofit community radio station serving Summit and Wasatch Counties since 1980, has entered into an agreement with Salt Lake City-based Broadway Media to acquire its FM station KUDD, operating along the Wasatch Front on 107.9 FM.  Broadway Media is donating the radio station at no cost to KPCW.

Monika Guendner / KPCW

KPCW Community Radio

  • Designed by:  Cindy Kaiser
  • Sponsor:  KPCW Broadcasters Club

“Inspired by Nature”

Everything on this tree is natural: the tree bark, the grasses, the ornaments, even the recycled plastic balls.  KPCW is an unique and natural fit to the community, hence our playful “All things natural and Park City unique” décor. 

The purchase of this tree includes a one-year membership to the KPCW Broadcasters Club Silver Level.

See details of the tree in the slideshow above.

courtesy Park City Community Foundation

Go public on this community day of giving by sporting an "I Gave - Live PC Give PC" sticker as your Facebook profile picture or print it out and stick it on yourself!

You can earn your sticker by donating to KPCW here.

Monika Guendner / KPCW

Meet the candidates running for a seat for Park City Council in your car, your work or your living room: KPCW’s Lynn Ware Peek will moderate the unedited, uncensored and unplugged KPCW 2015 Election Forum with five of the six candidates, on-air at 9 AM, Thursday, October 22nd.

City Council candidates appearing are:

  • Andy Beerman
  • Becca Gerber
  • Hope Melville
  • Don Portman. and
  • Nann Worel

Rory Murphy will not be in town during the forum, and could not participate in the forum.

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