In collaboration with Rainshadow Recording, KPTZ is happy to welcome award-winning guitarist Peppino D’Agostino, performing live at the Palindrome in Port Townsend on Sunday, August 7 at 7:30pm. A native of Italy, Peppino has had an illustrious, decades-long career. His finger-style guitar playing is both virtuosic and emotional.
As a rural community, our ability to respond to emergencies and recover from disaster is dependent on the networks and relationships we build in advance. Knowing where and how to connect to information and resources before a crisis is key. The All County Picnic is a two-day event that invites East Jefferson County to a community-wide celebration of resiliency and emergency preparedness. Saturday, August 20 and Sunday, August 21.
On Saturday, August 20 from 11am-4pm at H. J. Carroll Park’s Rotary Pavilion, engage leaders from city and county agencies, and leaders from Jefferson County’s network of public health and safety professionals, including KPTZ! Afterwards, grab your Go Bag and corn on the cob to bring home to your neighborhood “Picnic in Place” gathering.
On Saturday, August 21, neighborhoods throughout East Jefferson County will host “Picnic in Place” events with the help of their NPREP Team. Events will be social, fun neighborhood gatherings focused on building relationships, networking, and paging up on preparedness topics. To connect with your Neighborhood NPREP Captain, go here.
The 10th Annual All County Picnic is a collaborative effort of the Jefferson County Department of Emergency Management, Local 20/20’s NPREP Action Group, and The Production Alliance.
Today on Brewocracy Now host Missy Nielsen and City Manager John Mauro were joined by Eron Burg of the Port of Port Townsend, Will O’Donnel of the Jefferson County PUD, and Steve King of the City of Port Townsend Public Works. They discussed the Sims Gateway Project design effort and the upcoming Open House event scheduled for Saturday, August 6 from 10am to 1pm at the Community Center in Uptown Port Townsend.
(Airdate: August 3, 2022) This week’s Coastal Café is an update on Washington’s Abandoned and Derelict Removal Program from program manager Troy Wood. Troy discusses with host Aaron Barnett how the increase in funding from the boat sales excise tax will help increase the rate of derelict vessel removal, the Vessel Turn-In Program, some of the more interesting finds in his work as well as other interesting details on derelict vessel removal.
(Airdate: August 3, 2022) Nan Evans and Bob Friel, film maker, writer, naturalist, and adventurer, explore the wild and wonderful world of the Salish Sea. In this second part of a two-part program, Nan asks Bob to tell her stories of adventures he has had filming the wildlife of the Salish Sea.