Suzy Prez was in the studio on Friday morning at 9:00 to conduct a live interview with Steve Holt, from the Eureka Institute, and Shery Meeking, founder of Creations, to discuss the happening at the Grainery District’s indoor arts and fun happening— the Chalk Drawing Fund Raising event — at the Sandpoint Eureka Institute site. The artwork begins today, and ends with a judging event on Saturday topped by a dance that evening.
Suzy Prez welcomed Mike Bauer from the University of Idaho Extention Service. Mike talked about the upcoming 47th annual Bonner County Farm Tour that is coming up on Thursday, June 20. Early registration deadline ends on June 7, and the busses leave at 9 AM on the morning of June 20. You can find out more about the event and the services provided by visiting: email@example.com
Wednesday, May 22 at 9:00 a.m., Nancy Dooley from the Idaho Conservation League was in the studio with Suzy Prez talking about the upcoming 2013 Bay Trail Fun Run on Lake Pend Oreille on June 1st. The interview will be a two-part series due to a technical situation that interrupted this originally schedule interview. Please listen again on Thursday at 9 AM for more from Nancy on upcoming events with the ICL.
Ken Casler was in the studio this morning around 9:00 AM interviewing Dr. Gabriel Duebendorfer on the topic of dealing with pain, naturally. They discussed the concept of exploring the idea of pain as a messenger and how it can be welcomed for ultimate relief. They also discussed some simple naturopathic suggestions of how to support the body during chronic pain episodes.
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Monday, May 6, at 9:00 a.m. Jim Healey’s in-studio guests were Gail Bolin, president of the Kinnikinnick Native Plant Society (KNPS), and Bob Wilson, treasurer of KNPS. They talked about the Sandpoint Arbor Day ceremony and Kinnikinnick Native Plant Society Arboretum open house coming up on Saturday, June 8, 2013. A variety of local, plant-related subjects were covered in their 40 minute conversation.
On Friday morning, May 3, at 10:00 a.m., Suzy Prez welcomed Emily Levine, organizer of the Sandpoint Farmer’s Market at the downtown Farmin Park. They discussed the official opening day (tomorrow, May 4 at 9:00 a.m.) and the changes that will be coming to the market, including the redirection of vehicular traffic flow off Oak Street to accommodate the pedestrian flow accessing additional booth sites in the vacant lot parking areas to the south of Farmin Park.
Friday morning, May 3, at 9:00 a.m. Jim Healey spoke with Carrie Logan, second-term Sandpoint City Council member and current council president, and Aaron Qualls, Sandpoint City Council member. They discussed a variety of ongoing and upcoming city projects: The Curve design; ITD’s return of the downtown streets and proposed traffic revisions; downtown parking; vacation rentals zoning; Memorial Field redevelopment; parks and street improvements.
Wednesday, May 1, at 9:00 a.m. Jim Healey was in the studio to interview Michele Murphree, Julie Klerck, and Eric Klerck, volunteers of the Edible Schoolyard Garden Project. They talked about the history of the project; how the project has expanded; how listeners can help; and the benefits for children and parents alike.