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Park City Library

  • The popularity of the Lucky Ones Coffee Shop, inside the Park City Library, has prompted the Park City Library Board to consider changing the hours the library opens and closes.
  • The Friends of the Park City Library is staging another book sale this holiday weekend.
  • On today's The Mountain Life, Lynn and Pete have a conversation with Cami Richardson, Kate Mapp and Kate Black about the Living Library project -- a collaboration between the Park City Library and the Park City LGBTQIA+ Taskforce to bring awareness and education and personal stories during Pride Month.
  • This week, Lynn Ware Peek and Pete Stoughton’s guests include: (01:41) Two-time world champion debater and former coach of the Harvard debate team, Bo Seo who tells the inspiring story of his life in competitive debating and reveals the timeless secrets of effective communication and persuasion. His most recent book is Good Arguments: How Debate Teaches Us to Listen and Be Heard.Then, (24:47) looking for volunteer opportunities? We talk with McPolin Elementary educators Bob Edmiston and Kara Cook about an important summer reading program.Finally, (37:54) a conversation with Cami Richardson, Kate Mapp and Kate Black about the Living Library project -- a collaboration between the Park City Library and the Park City LGBTQIA+ Taskforce to bring awareness and education and personal stories during Pride Month.
  • Kate Mapp of Park City Library on their new Sustainability Resource Center, and the upcoming event celebrating the center on April 22.
  • On today's episode of This Green Earth, Chris Cherniak hosts with Claire Wiley, covering for Nell Larson. In honor of "Earth Week" and the local events happening in our community to celebrate, their guests on the show include, (01:13) Rhea Cone, conservation coordinator at the Swaner Preserve and Ecocenter, (21:12) Kelsey Christiansen, Storm Water Manager of Summit County and (33:52) Kate Mapp of Park City Library on their new Sustainability Resource Center. Chris and Claire have some round table discussion moments with all the guests throughout the show as well.
  • Park City Library’s Kate Mapp announces the addition of a new amenity - the Sustainability Resource Center
  • On today's Mountain Money: (00:12) Jason Ware, Partner and Chief Investment Officer for Albion Financial Group walks through what is happening in the stock market and what will come if global turmoil increases, (24:07) Park City Library’s Kate Mapp announces the addition of a new amenity - the Sustainability Resource Center and we end the hour with (39:24) High West Executive Chef Michael Showers highlighting two events High West is hosting benefitting the James Beard Foundation’s Open for Good program.
  • Katrina Kmak and Brittnie Hecht join Cool Science Radio to talk about an event they are sponsoring on December 10th titled Explore with NASA: Telescopes, Stars, and Galaxies. The event celebrates the upcoming launch of the James Webb Space Telescope which is scheduled to launch on December 18th.
  • Enjoy the black and white photography of Parkite and high school senior Emma Greally from her recent book Utah's Latin America in Black and White. The…