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December 3, 2019 Selkirk Outdoor Leadership and Education plus Giving Tuesday

Join KRFY Tuesday Morning Show hosts Phil Hough and Julie Kallemeyn for an update on the many youth programs offered by Selkirk Outdoor Leadership and Education. Dennison Webb M.A. and Executive Director discusses the importance of experiential learning and explains Snow School. In the second half we learn about Giving Tuesday from Dennison, Britta Mirely, Deputy Executive Director of Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness, and Suzy Prez, General Manager of our own KRFY.

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Wednesday, November 27, 2019: Senator Jim Woodward

Listen to District One Senator Jim Woodward talk about the upcoming legislative session and his views on current Idaho issues.

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November 26, 2019 Idaho Panhandle Avalanche Center

Join KRFY Tuesday Morning show host Julie Kallemeyn for an interview with Kevin Davis, Forecaster with the Idaho Panhandle Avalanche Center. Learn about the forecasting and educational work of this beneficial non-profit organization. Learn some avalanche safety basics and about the many classes available to help stay safe this winter when in the back country.

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November 19, 2019 Kaniksu Land Trust’s Executive Director, Katie Eglund Cox

Join KRFY Tuesday Morning show hosts Phil Hough and Julie Kallemeyn for an in depth interview with Katie Egland Cox Executive Director for the Kaniksu Land Trust. Learn about Katie's interesting background and her plans for the land trust and development of the Pine Street Woods project.

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Nov 20, 2019: Food Bank and Plays

Debbie Love, Adrian Murillo, and John Larrabee from the Bonner Community Food Bank join Jim and Jack for a little pre-Thanksgiving update. Then, the Panida Players and Unknown Locals are back for a second season of Holiday One-Act Plays at the Panida Theater.

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Wednesday, November 20, 2019: Music Conservatory of Sandpoint

Listen here to the Morning Show interview with Karin Wedemeyer and John Fitzgerald from the Music Conservatory of Sandpoint. Conservatory students Jamie Langford and Lucinda Meshberg joined the conversation about the upcoming performance of Hansel and Gretel.

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Nov 14, 2019: Chamber Music and New KRFY Show

Beth Weber, coordinator of the Chamber Music series for the Festival at Sandpoint, joins Jim and Jack Live in Studio as well as pre-recorded telephone interview with the Canna Corda Trio, making their world debut at the Heartwood Center in Sandpoint on November 16. Then, Julie Kallemeyn from the Tuesday Morning Show and KRFY Board of Directors stops by to introduce a popular show making its regional debut on KRFY on November 20th, On Being.

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Wednesday, November 13, 2019: Reclaim Idaho Director Rebecca Schroeder

Wednesday Morning Show hosts Chris and Suzy interviewed Reclaim Idaho's executive director, Rebecca Schroeder about their new ballot measure petition drive, past campaigns, and the mission of Reclaim Idaho.

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November 12, 2019 “Working The Wilderness” an interview with Author John McCarthy

Join KRFY Tuesday Morning Show hosts Phil Hough and Julie Kallemeyn in super interview with Author John McCarthy and Idaho Trails Association President Tom Dabrowski. If you are interested in the history of Idaho's vast Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness and the people who worked to manage and preserve it for future generations, this is a not to be missed interview. Listeners will also earn how Idaho Trails Association assists with wilderness trail work today.

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Nov 7, 2019: POAC Performing Arts Season

Hannah Combs, Executive Director of the Pend O'Reille Arts Council, joins Jim and Jack once more to preview the upcoming 2019 Performing Arts Series.

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Conversations on Living and Dying Well: This series is produced and presented by Lissa DeFreitas from Bonner Community Hospice.

Special event podcasts: KRFY broadcasters occasionally get out into the community for remote live broadcasts at events, for which we provide the reported podcasts here.

Water Is Life: A four-part series dedicated to “water”.  Listen and explore the many aspects of “water” featuring interview with experts in science, health, and environment  –  locally and globally.

Between the Notes: In this series, host Suzy Prez dives into the lives and minds of musicians, featuring live interviews and original music with songwriters and singers locally, and from across the country.

KRFY’s Live & Local: Airing Tuesdays 7-8 p.m., host Suzy Prez explores the North Idaho music scene in open mic style, with interviews and live songs from local and visiting musicians.

KRFY Interviews: Our broadcasters often welcome community figures, musicians, artists and guests into the station for live interviews. We post the podcasts for listeners to hear at their convenience. Click to listen:

Thinking Outside the Box: Sandpoint’s Ken Casler produces this original show airing Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. Ken and guests explore topics on holistic living, healing and health, with discussions that “go beyond the norm and into the unknown.” Click to visit his website, or click to hear podcasts:

 

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