Max Ventura

The third annual Latino Arts Festival will be held on Saturday, June 16, from 3-8 pm and Sunday, June 17, from 3-7 pm at Park City Library Field. Event organizer Max Ventura, along with Hadley Dynak of the Park City Summit County Arts Council joins us to discuss how arts and culture not only can build bridges between diverse cultures but help break down barriers and stereotypes and provide opportunities for connection.  

The Park City Christian Center is presenting the third annual Latino Arts Festival. David Boyle has more:

Cada Domingo habla con Maximo Ventura, Encargado de Asuntos para Hispanos del Centro Cristiano de Park City. Hablamos del festival de arte latino (Latino Arts Festival) que tomará lugar este sabado y domingo, el 16 & 17 de junio en la biblioteca pública de Park City a 1255 Park Avenue. 

Cada Domingo speaks with Max Ventura, Hispanic affairs coordinator for The Christian Center of Park City. We talk about the Latino Arts Festival that takes place June 16 and 17 at the Park City Library at 1255 Park Avenue. 

Today on The Local News Hour, Leslie speaks with Kathy Donnell, Park Naturalist with Utah State Parks, Sam Rubin, owner of Four Seasons Concierge, Brian Richards, Mountain Town Executive Director, Kathleen Einhorn, Max Ventura, Park City Christian Center Latino Outreach Coordinator and Nancy Stokes, Kimball Art Center Exhibition Director.

Local News Hour - May 16, 2017

May 16, 2017

Summit County manager Tom Fisher talks about  the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting - followed by Valley Behavioral Health Chief Medical Officer Dr. Todd Thatcher. We’ll talk to him about last week’s training for the Park City Police Department on mental health crises and then Recycle Utah director Carolyn Wawra with their monthly update.

The Mountain Life - May 3, 2017

May 8, 2017

Today in the program, Tim and Lynn have their monthly arts and culture segment – featuring the Latino Fest coming to the Park City Library June 3. Max Ventura from the Christian Center is he event organizer, he will be joined by Hadley Dynak. Then they are joined by local author and former Corporate lawyer turned life coach and what she calls, Soul Hacker.  Eve Picard joins Tim and Lynn to talk about to find and pursue you life’s purpose.

On today's Local News Hour, Superintendent of Park City Schools, Dr. Ember Conley talks about how Trailside Elementary handled a first-grade student who brought a fake gun to school.   Dr. Conley also addresses the upcoming school board meeting in which the board will give feedback on the Park City High School expansion options.