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NEWS & EVENTS

Goshute Ski Day

A beautiful blue-sky day greeted us as we invited our friends from the Goshute Tribe to go skiing at Park City Mountain!   A huge thanks goes out to Mountain Life Church and Steve Wood,  along with the many volunteers who helped to host these

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Latino Arts Festival

In collaboration with Park City Summit County Arts Council, we invite our entire community to joinus at this year’s Latino Arts Fest. You will experience the talents of artists whose colorful and eclectic work is shaped by their heritage and culture. Thanks to Kimball Art Center for their continued

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A call for submissions

CCPC has a brand new state-of-the-art event venue, but it’s missing one key feature: a great name. CCPC is inviting YOU to submit a name for our recently completed community event space.   Located on the second floor of the newly renovated CCPC, our 2,500 square foot event

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Yoga for a cause!

Join Tadasana yoga studio in supporting the work of CCPC twice each week during March 2019! Join beloved teacher and CCPC Board Member, Deb Schillinger for a power flow at 9AM each Wednesday and Ashley for Power Giving each Tuesday evening at 7PM. You will

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Thank you again to our amazing volunteers!

We had such a great time thanking our volunteers. They are the backbone of CCPC. We truly could not provide all of the services that we offer without all of you. From all of us CCPC staff, THANK YOU!

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A Radio Interview Worth A Listen

Leah and Rob were honored to be invited to speak on the KSL Newsradio show “Healthy Minds Matter”. We shared about all of the services we provide at CCPC, while focusing primarily on our Mental Health services. You can listen to the entire podcast here: Intermountain

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Easter is coming…

We are starting our annual Easter Basket drive! This year we aim to serve roughly 500 local kids with these gifts that celebrate Easter. Bring basket filler items, individual baskets, or full, completed baskets to CCPC offices M-F, 10-5. If you are a leader of a group who

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Parenting Conference – March 23rd

Parenting in a world filled with busyness, quick-fixes, and social media can make you feel frustrated, overwhelmed, or like you are at the end of your rope. When others’ opinions leave little room for a grey area, questions like “Am I doing

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Food Pantries making an impact…

In 2018 our Park City and Heber food pantries gave away 800,000 pounds of rescued food which translates to 665,000 meals and $1.3 million dollars worth of food. This incredible effort is possible through the generous support of a dedicated donor base including grocery store

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Yoga for a cause…

Join Tadasana yoga studio in supporting the work of CCPC twice each week during March 2019! Join beloved teacher and CCPC Board Member, Deb Schillinger for a power flow at 9AM each Wednesday and Ashley for Power Giving each Tuesday evening at 7PM. You will

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Volunteer Party…

Join CCPC staff and volunteers THIS Thursday from 4-6 pm in our community room for a celebration of volunteering and some important updates on the many events and efforts CCPC is engaged in currently and upcoming. Refreshments will be served. Current and potential volunteers are welcome! 

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What makes Tuesday Nites great?

There are three more weeks to go. Each week, we provide free food, and lots of fun for our seasonal workers/international students. We love welcoming them to our city and creating fun opportunities like these dinners to help them connect. We have invited

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Easter is coming…

We are starting our annual Easter Basket drive! This year we aim to serve roughly 300 local kids with these gifts that celebrate Easter. Bring basket filler items, individual baskets, or full, completed baskets to CCPC offices M-F 10-5. If you are a leader of a group who would like

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Erasing the stigma…

“It’s time to eradicate stigmas. Life is hard even under the best of circumstances. Without physical and mental health, it’s difficult to enjoy life and to thrive. It makes good sense to take care of ourselves and that includes getting help when

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What makes Tuesday Nites great?

Each week provide free food, and lots of fun for our seasonal workers/international students. We love welcoming them to our city and creating fun opportunities like these dinners to help them connect. We have invited all seasonal workers to enjoy great food, a fun

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