Ethel Preston

Office Manager

Ethel Preston is KPCW's Chief Officer of First Impressions, and handles KPCW's public service announcements, lost & found, donor databases and volunteer coordination.

Ways To Connect

The Park City Cooperative Preschool, a not-for-profit school administered by the parents, is enrolling now for summer camp and the 2015/2016 school year. Parents who choose the Co-op are committed to personal involvement in their child’s education. The school is located in the brand new library on Park Ave or visit parkcitycoop.com for more registration information.

Team Sugar - an all women mountain bike group - offers guided bike rides every Tuesday night through September 1st. This is a program by women for women offering five different riding ability levels from beginners to experts. Rides leave promptly from White Pine Touring at 6 PM and return at 8. Please come prepared with a bike in good condition, helmet, water, sunglasses and gloves. For updates see the Team Sugar Mountain Biking Facebook Page.

How to Save Energy

Jul 20, 2015

In just six months, Summit Community Power Works has educated and energized the Summit County community about energy efficiency and winning the $5-million Georgetown University Energy Prize. To find out more how SCPW can help you reduce your power and gas bills, go online to SCPW.org.

Youth Soccer Club

May 21, 2015

Soccer Try-outs to be held at Basin Rec Field House
Boys U-9 & Girls U-10 on Tuesday 5/19 from 6-7:30
Also Boys U-11 & Girls U-12 on Tuesday 5/26 from 6-7:30
We encourage all players to pre-register at www.blackdiamondsoccer.com and to arrive 15 minutes prior to tryouts.
Thank you!!

Seussville, Park City Style! March 3, 2014  is a celebration of Dr. Seuss' Birthday throughout the Park City School District Elementary Schools. Volunteers are needed to don striped hats and red bow ties and read to students at any district elementary school on March 3. Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ Birthday by making it a day to increase student literacy. Also, for every volunteer who reads to a class,  that teacher will receive a book for the classroom library. Sign up is available on each individual  school's website.

If you're in the market for an antique oriental screen or a French carved desk and chair set, these and other fabulous antiques and collectibles are part of an estate sale Friday & Saturday, August 23 & 24 at 2525 Bear Hollow Dr, next to the trailhead. The garage doors open at 9am and close at 3. All proceeds of the sale benefit Peace House, a charitable organization dedicated to ending family violence and abuse in the community.For more information, contact Ann at 435-658-4739 or ann@peacehouse.org. 

Hope Alliance will be returning to Haiti in October and is collecting gently used sneakers and back backs to distribute to 3 schools in rural communities surrounding Camatin, Haiti. These are for poorest of the poor school children aged 5-17 who would otherwise not have the ability to buy these items.  August 28 - September 11, you can drop off items at Basin Rec Field House (Redstone), The PC MARC (Little Kate Road), Creekside Christian Church (Bitner Rd.) and Park City Community Church (HWY 224). Or call Kym 714 0902 for pick up!

Exciting Back to School news! All students (ages 5 – 18) living in Summit County are welcome to get a free ‘Summit County Student Card’ to check out materials at the Park City Library. Contact the Park City Library for more information: 435-615-5600.

PC Tennis Summer camps are available at the MARC for beginner and intermediate players ages 7-14. Two-day, three-day and five-day camps are offered from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The $45 daily fee includes a t-shirt and prizes on “Game Day.” For registration, visit parkcitytennis.org or call 435-615-5400.

Park CIty Youth lacrosse registration is now open for boys grades 1-8th and girls grades 3-8th. For more information go to parkcitylacrosse.org. 

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