on August 23, 2012, 5:38 pm,
In support of the Larimer Humane Society, this one-of-a-kind gathering will feature the banjo belting sounds of the Emmitt-Nershi Band, Bluegrass Delta Force, Constitution, Liz Barnez & Cary Morin Duo, and Turn 4.
Stop by our tent and catch up with our crew of music-loving volunteers! We’d love to hook you up with KRFC gear, get your membership up to date, and talk about everything KRFC has going on this Fall.
Tasty treats and luscious libations will be available for both you and your pup; Odell’s Brewing Company will even be donating a portion of their profits to the Larimer Humane Society so be sure to drink up for the cause!
Don’t miss Umami Eats (ooh.mah.mi), Shields Family Cotton Candy, and others who will be featuring provisions for all taste buds.
For only $10 a ticket ($15 the day of the event, children under 10 and dogs are free), four-legged friends and their bipedal comrades can join in all the fun. Grab a leash and come out for a day of education, awareness, and entertainment for the whole community.
on August 31, 2011, 7:52 am,
The 12th Annual Rocky Mountain Sustainable Living Fair is almost here!
On September 17th & 18th the Rocky Mountain Sustainable Living Association will host the Fair at Legacy Park in Fort Collins. The Sustainable Living Fair is full of educational resources on renewable energy, alternative transportation, sustainable agriculture, green building, natural health, environmental & social responsibility, local economies and more. The Fair is an event for the whole family full of workshops, exhibitors, beer gardens, local food, natural health & healing and so much more.
The Festival Mainstage features live music from local groups:
Ram Nation Native American Drum
Fale’ – African Fusion Drum and Dance
Vincent Burkardt, host of KRFC’s Rhythms of Youth, will moderate a mainstage discussion about sustainability between two generations: Alec Loorz, a 17 year old environmental hero and Sheryl Lee, actress turned Earth-healer. 2:00 pm Sat.
Tom Plant – former director of the Governor’s Energy Office
Alec Loorz – Kids vs. Global Warming
Sheryl Lee – Actress and healthy living and healing enthusiast
Lori Ryker – Author of Off the Grid
Shannon Hayes – farmer and autor of Radical Homemaders
Other mainstage attractions include 10:00 am Morning Yoga, Mama Said Sew Fashion Show, Awards Presentations, and Belly Dancing.
This 2- day event will kick off with a Blue and Green Ball on Friday September 16th at the Center for Fine Art and Photography. This chartable gala encourages you to wear re-fashionable blue & green attire and support the Sustainable Living Fair. There will be special guests, live music and hand crafted-brews and wine. More information is available online at sustainablelivingassociation.org.
on August 15, 2011, 8:57 am,
Thank you for tuning in to KRFC’s audio broadcast of Bohemian Nights at New West Fest 2011!
The annual showcase of new, emerging, and established Colorado artists talent reached all corners of the community on KRFC’s airwaves and online. On the streets of the festival, the contribution of KRFC volunteers raised funds for our beloved community radio and put a printed copy of our new programming schedule in the hands of thousands of community members. Did you catch part of the festival on KRFC? Tell us what you thought.
Are you a member of KRFC? If not, become a member today to help us make great radio that is local, noncommercial, and volunteer powered.
Starting August 8th, KRFC changed our programming schedule in order to better connect our programming and provide the best listener experience through a natural flow of music and talk throughout the day.
Over the next few months please let us know what you think of our programming changes. Tell us what you like. Tell us what you don’t like. You’ll be taking part in an active dialog that is vital for a vibrant and connected community radio station. Your input is the crucial component needed to guide the future sound of KRFC, and the help us to truly become the voice of our community and the soundtrack for Northern Colorado.
We will do our best to not only respond personally to your feedback, but to also broadcast your comments on the air in order to generate discussion about our programming and the role of the community listener in community radio.
Please send you comments and feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 970.221.5075 and to speak or leave a message for Executive Director, Brian Hughes.
If you have any questions about the programming changes or want to know more about the thought processes and reasoning behind the decisions that were made, please feel free to e-mail or call Brian (email@example.com) and he will be happy to share any and all information about the journey to the current KRFC schedule.
Thank you for your continued support for community radio in Northern Colorado.We look forward to hearing from you.