Contact with Mary Dickson

Pop in to a Pop-up Park in SLC

Running through May 14, the Downtown Alliance's eight pop-up parks bring a breath of fresh air to Salt Lake City's historic Main Street with their clever mix of contemporary art and horticulture. Learn more about the vision & inspiration behind the installations in our latest episode of Contact in the Community, and plan your next visit to the garden stroll.

Adam Miles from Bridges to America talks about the non profit's initiative called "Balls for Borno" that aims to relieve suffering with smiles that only soccer can bring. 

Lora Meerdo from Zootah at Willow Park in Logan talks to Mary about the Zoo's “Dream Rocket Project" Art Exhibition.

Natalie Gines from Primary Children’s Hospital invites our viewers to help them raise money during their annual telethon.

Randal Thatcher from the Friends of Historic Spring City talks about this year's Heritage Day Festival.

Eugene Watanabe from the Gifted Music School joins Mary to talk about the school's Spring Gala Benefit Concert. 

Jenny Sass from the Utah Education Savings Plan talks to Mary about the "Book Your Summer" reading program.

Jesse Schaefer from the Salt Lake City Arts Council talk to Mary about this year's Living Traditions Festival.

Angie Toone talks about Pinups for Patriots' “Thank you for your Service” documentary screening.

Stephanie Norton-Bredi from the YMCA of Northern Utah introduces their new Diabetes Prevention Program. 

Kristine McIntyre from Utah Opera talks to Mary about the 1950's film noir spin the Opera is taking on their last production of the season, Mozart's Don Giovanni

Bryn Ramjoue talks to Mary Dickson about Red Butte Garden’s 38th Plant Sale and Fundraiser.

Director Mark Fossen joins Mary to talk about Pygmalion Theatre Company’s production, “Silent Sky."

Neka Roundy from Davis County talks to Mary about their 19th Annual Great Salt Lake Bird Festival coming up at the Legacy Events Center.