Returning to our stage for the first time since 2002, award-winning author, internet sage, and TED Speaker, Anne Lamott (February 3, 2018) is known for her ruthless honesty and her willingness to tackle the tough stuff of her own life—sobriety, faith, motherhood. With more than twenty titles to her name, her fans have made it clear:
“A minute with Anne Lamott is like a week with anyone else,” as the New York Times’ Ruth Reichl one said. She’ll share her insights on everything from her latest book, Hallelujah, Anyway, to the creative process, with a side of heartbreak and hope.
Park City Education Foundation rings in the new year with a new program name and time for their popular Author-in-Residence program. Sara Hutchinson, Programs Manager, explains why. “We changed the name from ‘Author-in-Residence’ to ‘One Book One Community presented by PCEF’ because that is a national program with great name recognition. Over the past nine years, it has morphed from a student-only program to one in which the local libraries and many book groups took part. We appreciate the support of our local libraries and love the idea of the entire community reading one book.”
Park City Library - in the heart of Park City, the Park City Library offers an outstanding collection of over 70,000 books, e-books, periodicals, audio-visual materials, free public computers and wireless Internet access.
Mega Genius Supply Store - a place to discover your inner genius. Students can bring homework assignments, work on reading and writing or just take a few minutes to sit and chat with an adult here, in this pressure-free zone. What’s interesting is that the volunteers seem to take away as much as the kids do.
Dolly's Bookstore - Located at 510 Main St. in Park City this unique bookstore brings together book lovers and cats with a large selection of reading material and other collectibles. Mr. Dolly and his fellow cats create an atmosphere that is perfect for this local indie bookstore.