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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.

Speaking Volumes | Transforming Hate showcases thousands of hateful white supremacist books transformed into uplifting works of art.

Tennis and Tutoring is hosting its 3rd Annual Summer Grand Slam at the Cottonwood Country Club – a tennis social for players of all levels.

The Christian Center of Park City is hosting a Latino Arts Festival at the Park City Library to showcase the beauty and colors of Latin America.

The ZAP Kids Summer Passport allows your kid to explore the world with family and friends like never before.

Hindsight is an immersive walking play in downtown Salt Lake City where the viewer essentially steps into the production and guides their own experience.

Modern Gardener is a new digital series produced by KUED that celebrates the people, organizations, and communities committed to helping growers in our unique region.

The Heart & Soul Music Stroll shares the healing power of music by bringing music to the streets of the greater Salt Lake community, playing from neighborhood porches and yards. 

Join the Mountain West Parkinson Initiative for an evening of theatre to support Parkinson Disease education programs.

Hale Center Theater in Orem has a new production of Annie. 

This year, the Salt Lake Film Society is celebrating women directors for its “The Greatest” Series. 

 Salt Lake County Animal Services has a new campaign to make sure your pet is safe outside.

The 43rd Utah Pride Festival comes to Washington Square this June, and each year it grows bolder and brighter.

Now Playing Utah is Utah’s comprehensive events resource for arts and cultural events across the state. 

The UMFA will exhibit a major retrospective of Chiura Obata, one of the most significant Japanese artists of the 20th century.

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