Phil Andrus, along with many other volunteers from KPTZ, will host Tossed Salad Holiday Extravanza on Friday, December 14 at the Jefferson County Museum at City Hall.
Click here for more information about this special program.
Featured acts will be:
12:10 - Shelly Leavens, Executive Director of the Jefferson County Historical Society
12:30 - Carla Main, with Dirk Anderson on bass and Kurt Festinger on sax and clarinet
1:15 - Norm Stevens - Historian
1:45 - Chuck Easton and George Radebaugh, dueling chromatics
2:15 - Denise Winter, Key City Public Theatre
2:30 - Max Grover, Artist
2:45 - Caribe Steel Band
3:30 - 4H Lizards + Kids
4:00 - PT Youth Chorus, directed by Leslie Lewis
4:30 - The Whiteout Drama troupe reading “The Greatest Gift” by Philip Van Doren Stern
This week’s Compass centers on creativity, focusing on a new web page that helps people explore their vulnerabilities through storytelling. Interviewer Charlie Bermant will be joined by Port Townsend resident Bonnie Obremski, whose Storyborne website is meant as an outlet for writers both local and far away; exploring the long and the short along with the serious and the frivolous. Also participating is author and teacher Samantha Ladwig.
Although we are all waiting patiently for Santa, Phil Andrus Can't Wait for Salad, so he will talk at 12:40 with Danny Milholland about the Chimacum Arts and Crafts Festival. Thereafter, Tossed Salad proper bring us:
1:00 - Shelly Leavens and Angie Bartlett, Jefferson County Historical Society
1:15 - Dennis Flannigan, seasonal notables
2:15 - Al Bergstein, “Olympic Peninsula Environmental News”
2:45 - Marla Streator, Quimper Grange
3:00 - Jeanie Murphy, “Banjo Tunes, Tunings and Lore”
3:45 - Heather Lovetree’s Sunfield middle school students in “Little Women”
4:15 - Tamera Vanover (Committee Chair) and Abra Debris (Administrator), for Sunfield’s Woodland Fair
4:30 - Deborah Kate Hammond, reading poetry to grace the airwaves
Coming Friday, December 14, noon to 5pm: Tossed Salad presents an extravaganza at City Hall, at the Museum of Art and History. More details here.
KPTZ volunteers and DJ hosts will be on hand at the Hilltop Tavern on Wednesday night, December 5 for an evening of Bar Stool Bingo.
Your plus-ones, family, and friends, all are welcome! Everybody gets one Bingo card each round, with additional cards available by donation.
This Bar Stool Bingo event benefits KPTZ. All prizes are courtesy of Hilltop Tavern.
Hilltop Tavern is located on your right when heading out of town on Sims Way, just beyond the second roundabout.
KPTZ’s Bar Stool Bingo starts at 7pm Wednesday, December 5.
(First airdate: December 4, 2018) LIVING THE AMERICAN DREAM. Our Town Host Maryanne McNellis interviews Mauricio Cisneros, the owner of the San Juan Taqueria. Mauricio first came to the USA from Mexico as a teenage migrant worker. He started his culinary career as a bus boy in Sequim’s first Mexican restaurant. He slowly worked his way up the ladder and along the way became an American citizen. Many people know Mauricio as the owner of El Serape and Nifty Fifties in downtown Port Townsend. But he’s now the owner of the San Juan Taqueria near Kala Point. Despite the constant scramble for good staff, Mauricio loves the restaurant biz - he’s a people person who loves catering to his customers.