Cats in Our Laps Debuts Sunday July 5

Photo of Sebastian the cat by Noah Frisch

KPTZ announces the debut of Cats in Our Laps, hosted by Tossed Salad’s Phil Andrus. Two hours of music, short readings, and conversation. Open to humans and cats of all ages and critters of all species. On Sundays from 8-10pm, starting July 5.

The debut of Cats in Our Laps features readings from Aldo Leopold’s A Sand County Almanac read by his great-grandson, Peter Leopold Freeman, who also brings his piano artistry to the show. In the second hour, Phil will invite listeners to join in conversation about the comfort the outdoor world brings us in these pandemic times – whether outdoors in our backyards, in more wilderness settings, or on the water. If other matters are on your mind, you are welcome to add them to that conversation.

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Chimacum Elementary visits KPTZ

Chimacum Elementary – 4th Grade – Karin Lowrie, Kit Pennell class — Visiting KPTZ on Monday afternoon with Dr Dave, and DJ Max …… getting some hands-on and on-air experience. We really enjoyed your visit.

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Special Interview by Larry Stein

JANE CHU, Chair of National Endowment of the Arts, DEREK KILMER, US Rep. 6th District, KAREN HANAN, Chair of Washington Arts Commission…toured Centrum, Copper Canyon and PT on Tuesday. They stopped by KPTZ for a conversation with Larry Stein.
Listen Thursday 2/18 at Noon, Saturday 2/20 at 11am… or on our podcast page

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Creating a KPTZ Community — “If you can dream it, you can do it.”

This video has been produced by Al Bergstein and Molly Klupfell ~we hope you enjoy it.

From inception to reality, a KPTZ Community has come to include listeners, members, donors, business supporters and partners who have all contributed to the success of KPTZ 91.9 FM Radio Port Townsend.

We are a member supported, non profit community radio station. A gift to KPTZ is really a gift passed through KPTZ into our community.

We will work together to imagine and prepare for what the future will bring – new technologies, strategic opportunities, programming, and community partnerships, as well as challenges yet to be defined. To meet the hopes and expectations of the thousands of listeners who depend on us, KPTZ is depending on you. We hope you will join us.

Please help us raise $15,000 before December 31, 2015.  Click on “”>Donate and give your Tax-Deductible Gift of any amount.  Thank you.

Happy Holidays to you and yours from all of us here at KPTZ 91.9 FM. 

Fall Friends Put us over our $26,000 goal!

Thanks so much to our KPTZ Members who contributed during our Fall Fundraising Drive. We exceeded our goal.

Debbie Dodd wins drawing for bread from Pane d'Amore

Debbie Dodd wins drawing for bread from Pane d’Amore

Our youngest member is Baby Henry at 6 months.

Our youngest member is Baby Henry at 6 months.

The Port Townsend Film Festival on KPTZ

PT Film Festival Week on KPTZ! Tune in at the Noon and 5pm hours this week for interviews with Filmmakers…Becoming Bulletproof Revival: the Sam Bush Story The Keepers (Memphis Zoo) – Marianne Leone Cooper,author of Jesse: A Mother’s Story.

 In the Noon and 5pm hours Tues through Thurs 9/22-24

And don’t forget to tune in for our LIVE Broadcast from Opening Night at the PT Film Fest. Friday 5-7pm KPTZ 91.9 fm

PTFF Outdoors