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

Fall Transit Hours

Sep 13, 2016

Park City Transit would like to thank you for your continued support this summer season. Service to Silver Lake Village and Empire Pass have been suspended and will resume Mid-November. Peak daily service hours to Prospector, Park Meadows, Thaynes & Deer Valley operate from 7:30am to 10:30pm. For more information please visit www.parkcitytransit.org. Don’t forget to “Ride On,” Transit!

Did you know that approximately 30% of the waste sent to landfills could have been composted? Join Recycle Utah for a free composting workshop on September 21 or September 28 at 6 pm. For more info, contact Recycle Utah, your community nonprofit recycling center, at 435-649-9698 or visit www.recycleutah.org.

Here’s a friendly reminder of what to put in your curbside recycling bin: paper, cardboard, aluminum and steel cans, and plastics #1-7. Remember: Always take glass, Styrofoam, or plastic bags to Recycle Utah--not in your bin! For more info, contact your community nonprofit recycling center at 435-649-9698 or visit www.recycleutah.org.

The PC MARC’s Adult Ballet classes, taught by Joanne Rupinskas, focus on traditional ballet technique while emphasizing correct posture and body alignment. The second session is October 11th to November 17th. Classes are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The fee is $130 per session. Registration ends two days before class start. For more info, visit parkcityrecreation.org or call 615-5400.

courtesy of Recycle Utah

Did you know that plastic bags are not accepted in your curbside recycling bin? Drop them off at Recycle Utah’s 24/7 recycling center instead. And remember to use reusable bags instead of plastic whenever possible! For more info, contact Recycle Utah, your community nonprofit recycling center, at 435-649-9698 or visit www.recycleutah.org.

Recycle Glass

Aug 19, 2016
courtesy of Recycle Utah

Did you know that Recycle Utah is the only place in Park City that recycles glass? Drop off clear, green, brown, and blue glass at our recycling center 24 hours a day, seven days a week. For more info, contact Recycle Utah, your community nonprofit recycling center, at 435-649-9698 or visit www.recycleutah.org.

Composting Systems

Aug 12, 2016
courtesy of Recycle Utah

Did you know that nearly 30% of what’s in the landfill can be composted? Stop by Recycle Utah to purchase a home composting system and visit recycleutah.org for composting tips and tricks. For more info, contact Recycle Utah, your community nonprofit recycling center, at 435-649-9698 or visit www.recycleutah.org.

courtesy of Recycle Utah

Recycle Utah is looking for local vendors for their 7th Annual Harvest Fest. The festival is Saturday, October 1, from noon to 5 PM at High Star Ranch in Kamas. The vendor fee is $30 and ensures you a spot; please bring your own set up. Email Molly at outreach@recycleutah.org to reserve your spot. The festival is free and open to the public!

Skateboard Series

Jul 22, 2016
courtesy Park City Recreation

PC Recreation presents the 2016 Skateboard Series, on July 30 at 11 a.m. at the Park City Skate Park. Don’t miss this fun opportunity for friendly competition against other local skaters. Divisions include Beginner Street, Girls Street, Intermediate Street, Advanced Street, Beginner Bowl and Open Bowl. Pre-register at the PC MARC for $10 or $15 day of at 10 a.m. Space is limited. For more info, visit parkcityrecreation.org. 

Monika Guendner / KPCW

Host John Wells disappears this week with Spring Fever, and KPCW deejays Shirin Spangenberg and Monika Guendner step in to dispel the rumors that there's nothing to do in town after the resorts close. Park City Historic District's Alison Kuhlow stops by to give an update on everything that's new and open during the spring, as well as tips on how to get free parking on Main Street. In between all the shoulder season news, local artists from past shows round this out for the Best of The Morning Mix, with performances by Shannon Runyon, Elizabeth Hareza and Teresa Eggertsen Cook.

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