Contact with Mary Dickson
Contact with Mary Dickson airs weeknights at 9:55 p.m. on KUED. The long-running community service series features interviews with non-profit and arts organizations. Filmed in the KUED studio, the interviews provide an important outlet for more than 300 non-profit groups each year to reach a broader community audience with information about their services and upcoming events.
The Image Reborn Foundation hosts free Breast Cancer Weekend Retreats. Here to tell us more is Public Affairs Specialist, Faye Keller.
The Utah Symphony has a variety of holiday concerts lined up in December to engage and delight audiences. Here to tell us more about what’s planned this year is President and CEO of Utah Symphony | Utah Opera, Paul Meecham.
The Salt Lake Film Society hosts an annual holiday film series called “Wassail and Waffles.” Here to tell us more about this year’s event is Tori Baker.
Each year the Jewish Community Center hosts a Hanukkah Market. Here to tell us more is Community Events Coordinator Rita Skolnick.
NOW-ID is bringing Utahns an alternative to the traditional Nutrcracker performance. Here to tell us more about “It’s Not Cracker” is NOW-ID’s executive director, Nathan Webster.
The German American Society of Utah’s German Chorus will present their annual Christmas Concert, and here to tell us more is their president, Lothar Gulla.
Each year the Salt Lake City Arts Council hosts a Holiday Craft Market featuring handmade items, perfect for gift giving. Visual Arts Program Manager, Kandace Steadman, is here to tell us more.
The Sorenson Unity Center has partnered with KUED to bring you an Independent Film Series. Here to tell us more about the next film is Candi Tandoh.
The Tanner Humanities Center screens films from National Theatre Live at the Broadway Centre Cinemas in Salt Lake City. Here to tell us about some upcoming features is John Boyack.
The Life's Worth Living Foundation raises awareness in the prevention of suicide in Tooele Valley. Each December they hold the “It’s a Wonderful Life Festival.” Here to tell us more is Life Worth Living Foundation President, Jon Gossett.
Utah’s Festival of Trees began 46 years ago, inspired by a group of women along the Wasatch Front. Last year, the Festival raised $2.3 million for Primary Children’s Hospital. Here to tell us more about this year’s event is Elaina Gillespie.
The Women of the World will host their 6th Annual Celebration of Refugee Women Success. Here to tell us more is Founder and Executive Director Samira Harnish
Based in New York, Shen Yun Performing Arts is the world's premier classical Chinese dance and music company. In April they will perform at the new Eccles Theatre in Salt Lake City. Here to tell us more is Nina Jarvis.
Each year the Crossroads Urban Center collects food and winter clothing for to assist Utahns with low incomes, those with disabilities and other financial needs. Here to tell us more is Executive Director Glenn Bailey.