Jocelyn Scudder

Today on The Morning Mix,  John and Wendy's guests  include: Robert Bartco who is our musical guest for the hour. Jocelyn Scudder joins us to talk about Symphony pop-ups in Park City and Heber Valley this summer. Jennifer Lauer and Jake Arnold who have just opened the Provocateur Gallery in Redstone are in studio. Fast-rising artist Tyler Shields joins us as well. And of course, we will tell you all about weekend events in Park City and Heber Valley.

Local News Hour - May 29, 2019

May 29, 2019

On today’s program, the Director of the Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation Service Mike Luers has details on the large construction project happening this summer on Kearns Blvd. Park City Manager Diane Foster and Budget Manager Jed Briggs have a preview of the agenda for both Wednesday and Thursday's city council meeting. Doug and Kelley Lewis have details about their Eliteam Camps this summer and Kimball Art Center Communications Director Amy Roberts and Summit County Arts Council Managing Director Jocelyn Scudder have details about the 3rd annual Monster Draw happening June 6th.

Park City Planner Hannah Tyler talks about the Historic Neighborhood Character Survey. Peace House Executive Director, Kendra Wyckoff and Domestic Violence Survivor and keynote speaker for Thursday’s luncheon, Kit Gruelle in the studio. They talk about the annual fundraiser at St. Mary’s Church and the planned opening of the new facility.  Summit County Arts Council Managing Director, Jocelyn Scudder and Alyssa Mitchell from the  Summit County Health Department talk about the Coalville Community Art Project on Saturday. It’s part of Mental Health Awareness month.

On today’s program, General Manager of Summit Water Andy Garland discusses the company's need for surplus water from both Park City and Mountain Regional. The Director of North Summit Recreation District, Nathan Brooks, talks about the plans to ask their patrons for a property tax levy in November to support youth education. U.S. Ski and Snowboard Spokesman Tom Webb has a final team update for the season and Park City Summit County Arts Council Managing Director Jocelyn Scudder and Project ABC Director Jake McIntyre have details on the 2019 Arts Summit happening on Friday morning.

On today’s program, Park City Council member Tim Henney has a recap of Tuesday's meeting. Jocelyn Scudder, Managing Director of the Park City Summit County Arts Council along with Chocolatier Phyllis Robinson talk about this weekend’s Art Elevated Boutique and next week’s Pop up Holiday Shop: Branded-PC happening December 18 – 22 and Egyptian Theater Director Randy Barton discusses the future of the Banksy painting and the final fundraising push to build out the theater space under The Parkite.

  

In the third segment of the program,  Jocelyn Scudder, Sharon Backurz and Christian Schauf talk about Branded  PC, a popup shop, created by the Park City Summit County Arts Council.

 

On today’s program, Park City Transportation Manager Alfred Knotts talks about walking and biking transportation plans in Park City. Park City Institute Director Teri Orr has details about Friday's New Chinese Acrobats at the Park City Eccles Center and Jocelyn Scudder was just named as Managing Director for the Summit County Arts Council. She joins Project ABC Program Director Jake McIntire with details about Saturday’s Community Convening.

Local News Hour - October 4, 2018

Oct 4, 2018

Utah State Park Naturalist, Kathy Donnell gives her monthly update outlining  the changes occurring as the summer season winds down. Summit County Arts council Director, Jocelyn Scudder talks about the public art project, Yambow which is going in to the new county building in Kamas. Travis English, Summit county Fair Director, gives an update on the new facilities for the County Fair and some of the highlights from this years’ event. Kimball Arts center Director of Marketing, Amy Roberts talks about the ART ober Fest  autumn celebration at the Kimball on Octoer 13th.

On today’s program, Executive Director of the Utah Debate Commission Nena Slighting talks about the organization and the results of the polling held in late August to determine which candidates qualify for the scheduled state-wide debates. Park City Manager Diane Foster and Economic Development Manager Jonathan Weidenhamer have a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting. Communities That Care Coordinator Mary Christa Smith has details on next week’s event, “Raising Resilient Children,” featuring Dr.

On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City Chamber Bureau President and CEO Bill Malone who  has a look ahead at the summer season. Summit County Transportation Planning Manager Caroline Rodriguez has an update on transportation and transit projects.

Local News Hour - June 18, 2018

Jun 18, 2018

On today’s program, Park City School District Spokeswoman Melinda Colton previews Tuesday’s school board meeting. Ski Utah President Nathan Rafferty has the final figures for the 2017-18 ski season. Utah Symphony/Utah Opera Director of Communications Renee Huang and Park City Summit County Arts Council Community Manager Jocelyn Scudder have details on the partnership to produce free pop-up community concerts at the art pianos throughout Summit County and Snyderville Basin Recreation Director Brian Hanton has an update on some of the upcoming events and on-going projects.

 

  In today's KPCW Local News Hour, Carolyn Murray introduces the new Park City School District Superintendent, Jill Gildae.  She comes from the Greenwich Public School System in Connecticut where she has been the Superintendent for the past year.  Our second guest is Summit County Manager, Tom Fisher with a preview of Wednesday's County Council Meeting.  He covers agenda items that include a discussion on another transit sales tax that could be implemented by 2019.  The Director of the Kimball Arts Center, Jory Macomber and Park City Summit County Arts Council Community Manager, Jocelyn Scu

On today’s program, we welcome back the Mountain Trails Report with Charlie Sturgis. House District 1 Democratic primary candidate Lee Castillo discusses his election platform against primary candidate Kurt Weiland. Park City Community Foundation Development and Special Projects Director Diego Zegarra has details on the just concluded Solomon Fund grants process which awarded almost $90,000 to 17 different organizations.

This week The Morning Mix will feature musical guest Jarret Burns live in studio; an update from Jocelyn Scudder of Park City Summit County Arts Council about the pop-up shop and exhibit called Branded PC; Debra Cook, Teresa Eggerston-Cooke will be in to highlight the upcoming Park City Holiday Spectacular and Community Sing-Along taking place at Egyptian Theatre next week, and an interview with Robert Cray who is opening the 20th season at the Eccles Center this Saturday. All that plus Weekend Events in Summit and Wasatch Counties.

 

Local News Hour - November 29, 2017

Nov 29, 2017

On today’s program, Snyderville Planning Commissioner Chuck Klingenstein has a recap of Tuesday’s meeting, including the proposed Commons at Newpark project. Park City Manager Diane Foster and Transportation Planning  Manager Alfred Knotts have a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting, including the Transportation Critical Priority update and proposed amendments to the city code. Spokesman for US Ski and Snowboard Tom Kelly has an update on the team results and Summit County Arts Council Community Manager Jocelyn Scudder has details on Saturday’s BRANDed PC event.

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