Teri Orr

Park City Institute Looking For A New Home

Jan 30, 2018

This is the 20th season at the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Center for the Performing Arts. The Park City Institute schedules the center and uses it as home base.  However, in the last 10 years, they’ve has searched for a new location so they can expand program offerings.  The Treasure Hill development may have held some potential for a new center, but now that's off the table. Carolyn Murray has more on this:

Anne Lamott returns to the Eccles Center on Saturday.  She’s an author, TED speaker, teacher and political activist.  Her books are mostly autobiographical, non-fiction works.  A quick internet search of her quotes shows thousands of results.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Local News Hour - January 30, 2018

Jan 30, 2018

On today’s program, Mark Staples has today’s avalanche forecast. Summit County Manager Tom Fisher and Park City Chamber and Visitors Bureau Director Bill Malone discuss the agreement reached on future Transient Room Tax dollars.

Local News Hour - January 4, 2018

Jan 4, 2018

On today’s program, Drew Hardesty has today’s Utah Avalanche Forecast Center Update. Summit County Council member Roger Armstrong has a recap from Wednesday's meeting.  Park City Parking and Fleet Supervisor Kenzie Coulson has an update on how the new paid parking worked during the holidays.

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When the announcement that a possible settlement with the Treasure Hill partners was first made, Park City Mayor Jack Thomas noted the efforts of Park City Institute Executive Director Teri Orr who, he said, helped bring all of the parties to the table. Now some are asking what the Institute hopes to get out of deal. KPCW’s Melissa Allison spoke to Teri Orr who says the organization is just looking for a home.

Local News Hour - September 29, 2017

Sep 29, 2017

On today’s program, Charlie Sturgis has this week’s Mountain Trails Report. Park City Planning Commissioner Steve Joyce has a recap of Wednesday’s meeting. Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation Director Colin Hilton discusses the reality of Utah hosting another Winter Olympics now that Los Angeles has been awarded the 2028 summer games and a look ahead at tomorrow’s Red Bull 400.  Park City Rotarians Jim Whitney and Connie Nelson with details about the 2nd annual  Shot Ski event and Park City Institute Director Teri Orr rolls out of the 20th anniversary Eccles Main Stage performances.

Local News Hour - August 15, 2107

Aug 15, 2017

On today’s program, Park City Institute Director Teri Orr has details about tonight's show, The Punch Brothers and I’m With Her (a show that KPCW Broadcasters Club will be attending).  Also we  look at the rest of the summer season and what’s being planned for the Main Stage for the 20th anniversary.  Summit County Sheriff Lt. Andrew Wright has details about the new hybrid vehicles the sheriff's office has acquired. Dog Trainer Heather Hampsten has details on the upcoming PC MARC dog obedience program. Recycle Utah director Carolyn Wawra has her monthly update.

On today’s program, Freelance Writer Peter Oliver discusses his article "Gimme Shelter" about affordable housing efforts in resort towns in this month's Ski Area Magazine. Park City School Board Members  Julie Eihausen and Petra Butler discuss Tuesday's school board meeting. Park City Film Series Director Katy Wang discusses Earth Month – free film screenings every Thursday in April. Also the rundown of free movies for kids during next week’s PCSD spring break and Park City Institute Director Teri Orr announces the rundown of the Big Stars Bright Nights summer season.

On today’s program, Leslie Thacher speaks to Summit County Council member Chris Robinson who reviews yesterday’s county council meeting. She introduces you to Robin Milne – the new General Manager of Promontory Club, who has replaced Rich Sonntag and Park City Institute Director Teri Orr has details on Lidia Yuknavich's appearance Saturday at the Eccles Center.

Local News Hour - January 5, 2017

Jan 5, 2017

On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County Council member Doug Clyde to discuss his first meeting as a county council member.

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