KPTZ supports United Good Neighbors who for over 60 years have championed local organizations that provide for the basic human needs of individuals and families in Jefferson County. UGN’s annual Give Jefferson campaign supports frontline efforts to deliver food, shelter, healthcare, education, and hope to those most in need in our community. To all who are weathering uncertainty and recovering from crisis, Give Jefferson offers hope and the reassurance that we are not alone. In 2020, all donations to Give Jefferson will be matched by All In WA, a coordinated statewide relief effort providing immediate support for workers and families impacted by COVID-19. Visit UGN’s website for more information and a list of partner organizations.
KPTZ and Port Townsend lost one of its best, Bill Kiely.
Musician, radio host, intelligent reader, friend to so many.
Listen Wed. Dec. 28, 10:30 – Noon.
Hear tributes to Bill from many friends and colleagues.
Tim Quackenbush, Donn Trethewey, Peter Robinson, and others
play music for Bill and remember the gifts he brought to all of us.
We will miss him at KPTZ. We loved you, Bill.
Community Celebration for Bill – Wed. Dec 28, 6-9pm
at The Palindrome
Hear Mary Ellen Hannibal, author of Citizen Scientist.
Larry Stein interviews her Thursday at 12:05, Saturday at 12:30.
She appears at PT High School Salon Series on Friday afternoon and
at the Fort Worden chapel for the Marine Science Center on Sunday.
Listen Wednesday, December 7, 10:30 to noon to Bring Your Records.
Two Dynamic Women – Jacqui Naylor and Amy Howard – talk with Larry Stein.
Jacqui Naylor, a world-traveling Jazz singer, has just returned after a tour from NYC to Portugal. She makes a stop in Port Angeles Wednesday night, at the NewUpstage.
Amy Howard, Director of PT’s Boiler Room and new City Councilor,
brings her music and her perspective on regional issues.