Contact with Mary Dickson
Contact with Mary Dickson airs weeknights at 9:55 p.m. on PBS Utah. The long-running community service series features interviews with non-profit and arts organizations. Filmed in the PBS Utah 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.
If your organization or non-profit would like to appear on Contact with Mary Dickson, please email the producer at email@example.com.
Utah Food Bank serves those in need throughout the state, working with community partners and volunteers to fight hunger statewide.
Ogden Nature Center is having a socially distanced Holiday Open House that will safely accommodate shoppers and nature lovers.
Brolly Arts is a non-profit umbrella arts organization committed to developing partnerships to increase awareness and change and increase access to the arts.
Pioneer Theatre Company’s Holiday Scene Shoppe, Second Act, is a craft shop that offers re-purposed or retired set pieces, scene drops and more.
my529 is Utah’s official 529 college savings plan and the gift of education is the perfect gift to give this season.
Utah’s Hogle Zoo is holding its 28th Annual World of the Wild Art Exhibit displaying Utah artists’ wildlife artwork.
Eccles Broadcast Center and Crossroads Urban Center are partnering for the 2020 EBC Winter Food and Clothing Drive to help families in need this holiday season.
Utah Black Chamber of Commerce serves the economic needs of Utah’s minority, specifically the Black community.
Repertory Dance Theatre is featuring unforgettable solo performances from its prestigious dance library in its production of Flying Solo.
KUER’s RadioWest Films is examining how we look at rumors and the fear that gives them power then and now in the film, History Repeats Itself – Utah Race Riot Conspiracy.
PBS Utah and University of Utah Health are hosting a free, virtual screening of a segment of the film, Blood Sugar Rising, followed by an expert panel discussion.
The King’s English Bookshop is partnering with local author Natasha Sajé for a reading of her new memoir-in-essays, Terroir: Love Out of Place.