KPTZ is throwing a party, and you’re invited! So put on your dancin’ shoes and come to the Palindrome on March 16 to enjoy a very special appearance by Ireland’s own I Draw Slow - bringing you highly contagious fun, superb musicianship, and a show guaranteed to raise the room from its foundation. They combine the best of Irish and American storytelling traditions with close-harmony vocals, compelling subject matter, and intriguing instrumentation.
Special Pre-Event Offering! V.S.O.P. Tables
In addition to available seating, four V.S.O.P. (Very Special, Our Pale Ale) tables (seating 8) will provide an enhanced concert experience. For a special group price of $500, we’ll complement your evening with a great view of the stage, special Slow Draws of Port Townsend Brewing Co’s KPTZ Fortifier APA, and savory concert snacks! For more information, call KPTZ 360-379-6866 or email email@example.com
Tickets are $22 Advance / $25 at the door.
Available online at BrownPaperTickets, and at Port Townsend Food Co-op, Crossroads Music, and KPTZ. Doors open 6pm, show starts at 7pm.
Please join us for a fabulous, fun-filled night in celebration — and help Build a New Home for KPTZ!
In anticipation of St. Patricks' Day, Phil Andrus brings us a Tossed Salad with lots of good greens for us (you'll have to listen to see where):
1:00 - Happenstance, Irish pub band
2:00 - Honey Neimann and Karen Seabrook, Master Gardeners
2:30 - Tom Jay "A Word Studied, A Poem Read”
2:45 - Chimacum Girls B'ball Team
3:15 - Donn Ring, a spiritual basis for environmental protection
4:00 - Blue Heron Presents Grades 4 and 5 WITS writers
4:30 - Don White, reading “A Fable with a Photograph of A Glass Mobile on the Wall” by Kevin Brockmeier
(First airdate: March 13, 2019) Walk along with Bob Jepperson as he observes the results on frogs and birds from the long weeks of below-freezing temperatures on Fidalgo Island.
(First airdate: March 12, 2019) CAROLINE CULBERTSON: A LIFE ON STAGE AND OFF. Our Town Host Maryanne McNellis, interviews Caroline Culbertson, who is now known for her wildlife art. But for much of her career, Caroline was an actress. She traveled around the country, appearing in stage productions both large and small. She has fond recollections of days performing in the Catskills in New York State (affectionately called the ‘Borscht Belt’) and not-so-fond memories of being mugged at knife point in New York City. She now makes her home on the Olympic Peninsula where nature’s beauty turned her artistic nature to painting.
This week on the Compass, host Charlie Bermant discusses the state of the modern media with local journalist Bill Lindstrom and former Port Townsend Leader owner Scott Wilson, who along with his family is featured in Lindstrom’s recently published book Strait Press, an exploration of the Northern Olympic Peninsula’s rich journalistic history.
(First airdate: March 6, 2019) Nature Now's host Debaran Kelso speaks with Bob Boekelheide about his work surveying the seabirds and marine mammals of the Protection Island Aquatic Reserve (Part 2 of a two part show).