Sheri Fisher

On today’s program, Park City Chief Building Official Dave Thacker previews a wildfire prevention panel on Wednesday evening. Acting Director of Connect Summit County Sheri Fisher has a rundown of the second half of Mental Health Awareness Month events and Park City Education Foundation Director Abby McNulty has last minute details about Saturday’s Running With Ed and a look at how some of the money raised supports the Elementary Visual Arts program. 

On today’s program, Golden Spike National Historical Park Special Events Coordinator Julie Blanchard talks about the new national historic park. Park City School District master planning consultant Chris Guarino of NV5 talks about the various options for future facilities and how they arrived at them. Connect Executive Director Sheri Fisher has a round up  of the several events taking place in May.

Dr. Scott Langenecker, psychiatrist from the University of Utah along with CONNECT Summit County executive director Sheri Fisher join to discuss a call for art for Images of Resilience which will take place on May 22 as part of the May Mental Health Awareness month. Dr. Langenecker focuses on art as a coping mechanism and the importance and research behind resiliency. The call for art deadline is April 30.

Sheri Fisher, Faylene Weinman, and Amber Johnson from CONNECT Summit County join the show to help raise funds for the KPCW Winter Pledge.  CONNECT's mission is to create a well-informed and stigma-free community with access to mental health services for all residents of Summit County. KPCW and Connect Summit County's partnership exemplifies the work that KPCW does for all area non-profits; to broadcast their mission, get the word out about events coming to town, and to educate listeners on topics that fall under the umbrella of each non-profit. 

Local News Hour - September 4, 2018

Sep 4, 2018

On today’s program, Summit Land Conservancy Director Cheryl Fox has an update on the effort to buy the Osguthorpe Ranch.  Park City Leadership Class 24 members David Greenholtz and Sheri Fisher talk about their class project - food waste.

Tim Henney and Lynn Ware Peek, co-hosts of The Mountain Life, along with CONNECT Summit County present day #3 of the KPCW Summer Pledge Drive. They ask for community support of public radio and they also present the many topics discussed on the show which CONNECT Summit County deals with as they seek to destigmatize and bring awareness to mental wellness in out community.  

The Mountain Life - January 11, 2107

Jan 11, 2017

Today, Lynn and Tim introduce a new feature on the program.  It’s about the role that art and culture play in lifestyle and our overall wellbeing. They are joined by Bari Nan Rothchild of the Park City Institute and Hadley Dynak of the Summit County Arts Council.  Next, they speak with Sheri Fisher and Jill Packham about taking out our emotional trash. The final guest is Dr. Henry Malus from Diamond Wellness Center in Midway. His subject -  detoxification from heavy minerals in our bodies.

  Today on the program Tim and Monika speak with participants from Running with Ed.  This community event raises thousands of dollars for local education.

The second guest is Sheri Fisher from Tadasana Yoga in Park City talking about the 40-Days to Personal Revolution Program.

Finally Tim visits with Adam Shell, the director of Pursuing Happiness; a documentary film that he says is full of pleasant surprises. 

  In the first segment of the program Tim and Lynn visit with Sheri Fisher who is a certified Budokon instructor.  Saturday, January 16th, she will present her “Out With the Old in With the New” workshop, a combination of yoga class and Passion Testing at Tadasana yoga for the Park City area community. 

In the second segment,  Colin Beavan, author of No Impact Man talks about his new book, How to be Alive: A Guide to the Kind of Happiness That Helps the World.  Colin talks about what it takes to achieve a successful and satisfying life.