Park City Sailing is launching a Women &Wind Series

Park City Sailing Association has been sailing on the Jordanelle for just over 10 years. During that time the club has seen growth. Association representative Casey Marsh says they’re now focused on increasing participation among women.

Niki de Saint Phalle. Dawn (jaune), 1993 © 2018 NIKI CHARITABLE ART FOUNDATION, All rights reserved. Photo Pietromarchi

The Kimball Art Center is welcoming a new exhibit.

The Kimball Art Center will be welcoming an exhibit featuring the art of  Nicki de Saint Phalle starting this Friday evening. Nancy Stoakes is the curator for the center.

“The Kimball is so excited to be presenting the fantastic work of Nicki de Saint Phalle. (Her) work has recently been presented in retrospective exhibitions at these fantastic institutions in Europe.” Stoakes said, “To be able to bring it here to the Kimball and share it with our community is such an exciting opportunity.”

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Mountainlands Community Housing Trust celebrates 25 years of building affordable housing in Summit and Wasatch Counties. They have a few developments in Wasatch County, a project in the town of Francis in Summit County and agreements for a project in Silver Creek. Carolyn Murray has this:

Scott Loomis has been the Director of the Mountainlands Community Housing Trust since 2001.  They’ve built over 200 homes and about 250 apartments since he’s been there.  

Cada Domingo speaks with Officer Franco Libertini of the Park City Police Department about the Department's Facebook page in Spanish, the PC Residents Police Academy for Latinos, and much more!

Cada Domingo habla con Franco Libertini, Oficial con el departamento de policía de Park City. Hablamos de la pagina de Facebook en español del departamento, de la academia de policía para el pueblo latino de Park City,  y mucho más.  

Claudia Borjas, Arts Education Program Assistant for the Utah Division of Arts & Museums. discussed the organization's history, mission, and available resources to the public thanks to state-allocated funds for the study and promotion of folk art & culture.

Cada Domingo is joined by Natasha Wong, Racially Just Utah,  We discuss the organization, its role in the state, the area of focus, how the public is affected by state legislature, and what can be done. For those interested in volunteering or internship positions:

  Mountainlands Community Housing Trust Director Scott Loomis has an update on the affordable housing projects underway in Heber City, Silver Creek Village and Discovery. Mountainlands is also celebrating its 25th anniversary in September with a party on the Bob Wells Plaza in Old Town.

The Red Banjo Pizza Parlor has been on Main street for 56 years this month.  Tana and Scott dropped by to give a bit of history about the business.

Ken Whipple and his son, Kole from Park City Jewelers, appeared on the program to talk about the business  that has been in the same location for over 30 years.

Doug and Roger visit with Scott Ballenger, a Supreme Court advocate and former Antonin Scalia clerk, talking about how the court works and implications of the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.