KPTZ Programs

Tossed Salad for 2/21/2022

Chris Bricker is guest host on Tossed Salad this week. With so many things happening around here - this is the place to learn the latest:
1pm - Debra Ellers-Lower, Snake River Dams Update; and Lee First, with Twin Harbors Riverkeeper, about the Chehalis Dam proposal.
1:30pm - Buddy Mondlock
2:15pm - Bruce Cowan, What’s new with the 2020 Democratic Primary Process?
2:40pm -Bob Rosen, South County Report
3pmTigran Arakelyan, Port Townsend Symphony Orchestra
3:30pm – Remembering Daniel Deardorff, with Tracy Spring
4:30pmDeborah Kate Hammond reading

Compass for the Week of 2/17/2020

We take you inside an eclectic, authentic watering hole off the beaten path in Chimacum. It’s a place where everyone feels free to be their authentic selves. 

KPTZ’s Love Fest Starts Today

It's on! KPTZ's LOVE FEST starts tonight. It's a 24-hour radio party and everyone is invited. Beginning Thursday, February 13 at 7pm with Pete Lack's Disco Geezer show, and running through Friday, February 14 at 7pm. Tune into KPTZ 91.9FM for live music, interviews, DJ sets and literary readings, here's a sneak peak! 

KPTZ Love Fest Live Guest Schedule: 

Thursday 2/13
7:30pm - Love Doll Swingers
8:00pm - Something unexpected... 

Friday 2/14
10:30am - Judith-Kate Friedman
12:15pm - John “Greyhound” Maxwell & Jon Parry
1:00pm - Ray Troll & The Ratfish Wranglers
2:00pm - A Short Step Back in Time w/ Scott Wilson & Carol Haase
3:00pm - Samara Jade
4:30pm - Don White (reading)

In addition, stay tuned for KPTZ Love Line dedications from station listeners and featured literary readings from Bonnie Obremski, Gary LilleyPeter Quinn, Sylvia Bowman. Plus an exclusive new recording from Wild Rose Chorale! 

As special thank you gifts to Love Fest donors, KPTZ’s concierge at the station will hand out gift certificates and special offerings from local businesses, including the Food Co-opWild Birds UnlimitedPourhouse7 Cedars Longhouse MarketMystic Monkey Yoga, and Wandering Wardrobe. Other Donor Gift options are Ray Troll 2020 Calendars from WA Sea Grant, KPTZ Fortifier glasses, and more. Something for everyone! While supplies last ...

Listeners who show up at the station to donate in person will be treated to baked treats being donated by Jacque at PT Computers. And at Friday’s Pop Up from 1-3pm in front of Quimper Mercantile, gift cards from Quimper Mercantile can be claimed by KPTZ donors who show up there, on a first come, first serve basis.

KPTZ's "Love Fest" UnderCurrents Marathon

Tonight at 10pm, join KPTZ for a special marathon of Native Voice One's UnderCurrents program. We'll start with the daily, four-hour music mix heard around the USA and world, then continue with previously-aired shows until our live Valentine's Day Love Fest programming begins at 8am.
Want to know what songs the UnderCurrents hosts are playing? They do backannounce, and you can see the "UC" playlist number shown in parenthesis after each hour's “Currently Spinning” program name (on all KPTZ.org web pages), then look for it in the UnderCurrents playlists here.

Tune in, pop by and share the love! 

Nature Now #449
E-Bird: Hi-Tech Bird Watching

(First airdate: February 12, 2020) Host Nan Evans explores the popular E-Bird tool with Monica Fletcher, a local master of birdwatching. Discover a new world of birding. Learn how to get and use this phone app and learn how to participate in important citizen science projects.

#151 Bob Saring

(First airdate: February 11, 2020) THE AMERICAN LEGION’S ROLE IN P.T. Our Town host Maryanne McNellis interviews Bob Saring, general manager of the American Legion Post in downtown Port Townsend. The Legion is a veterans' club with a bar, pool table and a lot of games. But it’s much more than that. The Legion also provides a home for a winter homeless shelter which it runs together with several church groups. It awards scholarships and provides an honor guard - complete with a bugler playing taps - when a local vet dies. Our post is one of the oldest in the state and just celebrated its 100th anniversary. Bob talks about recent upgrades to the hall itself, which houses local events ranging from the Kinetic Sculpture Race to R2AK (Race to Alaska). He outlines ambitious plans for the next 100 years.

      
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