KPTZ is on the bandwagon to feature Make Music Day (MMD) on Thursday, June 21, a summer solstice musical extravaganza of performances and participatory events in and around Port Townsend, as part of the worldwide celebration of music.
In Jefferson County, 50 or more musicians will perform, teach, and lead jams and song circles. Besides KPTZ, where we’ll publicize MMD events all this week, there are nearly two dozen participating venues where music will be free to the public all day.
Spearheaded by producer-singer-songwriter Judith-Kate Friedman, Make Music Day Port Townsend events will begin at 8am and continue throughout the day until 10pm. At 8:30pm, the finale event at the Cotton Building on Water Street gets is dedicated to the life and contributions of KPTZ host and producer Marcia Perlstein>, who passed away last February.
Stay tuned for details and spread the word!
Long summer days bring many activities to PT and TS, too. Phil Andrus starts his show at 12:40 with Can’t Wait for Salad, talking with Amanda Milholland about the PT Farmers Market and WIC Distribution. Thereafter, you can enjoy:
1:00 - Julie and David McCulloch, Elevated Ice Cream
1:30 - Chuck Easton, with Ted Enderly on bass
2:15 - Bob Rosen, South County Report
2:45 - Port Commissioner Bill Putney; Gwendolyn Tracy and Pam Petranek of PTMTA; and Scott Wilson
3:30 - Judith-Kate, “Songs from the Sound”
4:15 - Grace Love, soul song and soul food
4:30 - Owen Rowe, reading
1:00 - Simon deVoil and Aimee Kelly, writers and singers
2:00 - Rick Jahnke, Port Townsend citizen
2:45 - Nathan Barnett, Brass Screw Steam Punk Festival
3:15 - Nancy Israel and students of the Chimacum Maritime Discovery Program
3:45 - Brett Navin brings students from Blue Heron Middle School
4:30 - Catherine McNabb, reading