PC MARC

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.

Get your teams together for PC Recreations Co-ed Volleyball League which is held from February 10th to April 20th at the PC MARC on Wednesday nights, 6 to 10 p.m. The fee is $300 per team, and the deadline to register is February 3rd. For more info and to register, visit parkcityrecreation.org or 435-615-5400.

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On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks with Summit County Manager Tom Fisher, Park City Planners Francisco Astorga and Kirsten Whetstone, Dondee Sherer-Lykes and Gina Van Luven and Historic Park City Alliance Director Alison Butz.

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Mary Christa Smith and Matt Abbot with Summit Community Power Works about the most recent rankings that show Summit County in 6th place for the $5 million Georgetown University Energy Prize. Later, Tom Kelly with USSA has a weekly update. Park city Magazin Editor Melissa Fields and Contributor Tom Clyde highlight the new winter edition and PC MARC's Karen Yocum has a rundown of winter programs.

On today's program, Summit County Planning and Zoning Administrator Peter Barnes discusses the proposed code changes for the east side of the county. Park City planners review the agenda for Tuesday's planning commission meeting. The PC MARC Wellness Coordinator Dondea Sherer=Lykes talks about Wednesday's free Lunch and Learn topic with guest Erin Kay.

On today's program, Park City Planners Francisco Astorga and Anya Grahn review the agenda for Wednesday's Planning Commission meeting. Summit County Manager Tom Fisher talks about the 2016 budget. Dondee Shearer-Lykes has information abut this week's PC MARC Fight Week, Paul Putnam has information about an athletic recruiting meeting on Monday and Laurie Moldawer talks about a new way to fund tuition at the Park City Culinary Institute.

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There are two massive solar energy installations in Summit County – one at the PC MARC, the other at the Summit County Justice Center  - that were completed months before they could be hooked up to the grid. It has questions that could complicate the relationship between Rocky Mountain Power and solar companies and their clients. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

On today's program, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with outgoing Utah Avalanche Center Director Bruce Tremper on his nearly 30 year career with the Center. Park City Planners Anya Grahn and Kirsten Whetstone discuss Wednesdays' Park City Planning Commission agenda items, PC MARC Wellness Coordinator Dondee Sherer-Likes and Mary Closser with Recycle Utah talk about Wednesday's free Lunchtime Learning and Jenny Mauer and Kelsey Teegen with the Christian Center of Park City talk about Saturday's Hike for Hunger fundraiser.

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On today's program, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Park City staff planners Christy Alexander, Kirsten Whetstone and interim Planning Director Bruce Erickson about panelization and a pending ordinance halting any future demolitions until a new ordinance is written. Summit County manager Tom Fisher previews the council's agenda and talks about the diminishing staff in the Engineering Department.

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In today's Local News Hour podcast, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Robyn Geist - Outreach and Development director for Summit Lands Conservancy.  The Environmental Protection Agency is working with the Park City School District to mitigate the mine tailings on school property. EPA staff member Marty McComb has the latest. Summit County interim Animal Control director Brian Bellamy address the rash of recent dog bites.

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