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Category Archives: Events

Christmas Meals for Families in Need

The Christian Center of Park City and Park City High School athletes will come together again December 21, 2019, to bag and deliver hundreds of Christmas dinners to families in need throughout Park City and in Heber. The service project, inspired by

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Turkey Drive 2019

What: Every year the Park City Board of Realtors Philanthropic Foundation undertakes a HUGE Turkey Drive that allows the CCPC Food Pantry to give away 850 turkeys! It has become the largest individual turkey drive in the entire state! Our goal is

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Introducing the Wasatch Back Autism Support Group

We are excited to announce our first meeting for the new Wasatch Back Autism Support Group! This initial gathering will be a casual get-together to introduce the group’s steering committee members, the group schedule, guest speakers and future topics. Please click here

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Announcing Our Partnership With The Cole Project!

We would like to introduce the CCPC’s new partnership with The Cole Project! The Cole Project is a non-profit organization that offers a music-based, peer support group for ages 13-25, from all walks of life. The Cole Project Hope Program provides an

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Today Is Live PC Give PC!

Live PC, Give PC brings our community together for 24 hours of amazing generosity. SUGGESTIONS OF WHAT TO GIVE:   $10 – purchases 2 bags of food for our local Snacks in Backpacks program. $50 – purchases fresh food for 3 families

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Don’t Miss Live PC Give PC Friday, November 8th!

Friday is the Big Event!   November 8th is the day our whole community comes together for one big day of giving!   Join us for Park City Community Foundation’s Live PC, Give PC!    SUGGESTIONS OF WHAT TO GIVE:   $10 – purchases

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What is the Enneagram? Learn more about the workshop.

What exactly is the Enneagram? It may seem a bit mysterious at first glance.   The word “enneagram” comes from the Greek “Ennea,” which means “nine” and “gram,” which means “point.” Each point on the Enneagram circle refers to a personality type.

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Presenting the Winter Clothing Drive!

Our annual Winter Clothing Drive has started!   As you are poking around in your coat closet for the first time in perhaps months, consider making a donation of gently used (like new) or brand new winter coats and winter clothing.   Donations can

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Guiding Good Choices – Oct 7th

Are you concerned about your child’s transition to middle school?   Guiding Good Choices is a five-week parenting program designed to empower you and your family to meet the challenges children face in adolescence. This program is for parents of kids ages

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Introduction to the Enneagram

Save the Date for the Enneagram Workshop – Nov 2nd

The Enneagram is a dynamic personality typing system which describes nine different personality styles, or ways of seeing the world. Combining ancient wisdom and modern psychology, the Enneagram is a powerful tool for understanding ourselves and others. The nine types are interconnected

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Hike For Hunger 2019 Poster

Hike for Hunger is This Saturday!

The countdown has begun!   We are three days away from the opportunity to hike and bike in beautiful Deer Valley!   Hike for Hunger is a community event that raises awareness around hunger while highlighting our community’s efforts to achieve “Zero

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Back 2 School Basics group

Financial Literacy Class

  Talking to your kids about finances can be tough.   Tonight we are offering a financial seminar for our participants in Back 2 School Basics in order to help cultivate smart shopping.   At this event, parents will learn how to differentiate

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Hike for Hunger Finish Arch

8th Annual Hike for Hunger on September 14th 

  This year you, your family and friends can hike or bike in the gorgeous mountains of Park City — and it is all for a good cause! Hike for Hunger is a community event that raises awareness around hunger while highlighting our community’s efforts to achieve “Zero Food

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