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Northwest Taproom

Northwest Taproom features 2 weeks of  “Singer Songwriters” during KPOV’s

The Point, Monday 4/24

Bill Inman, President of the Equine Outreach Inc, will join

Blues America, Monday, 4/24

On Monday, April 24 from 4-6 p.m. KPOV will be

The Point, Tuesday 4/25

It’s April and time for Bend’s Community Gardens to open.

Center Stage, Saturday 4/29

On the final show of our membership drive, don’t miss
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KPOV Awarded a Grant by Deschutes Cultural Coalition

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KPOV is grateful to the Deschutes Cultural Coalition for awarding a grant to KPOV for 2017. The grant was awarded to assist KPOV in improving listener access to our many arts, culture and local affairs interviews on our website.

We are appreciative of the long-standing support of the Deschutes Cultural Coalition.

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New KPOV Board Member — John Adamson

KPOV is proud to announce that John Adamson has joined the KPOV Board of Directors.

John is, and has always been, a passionate fan of music. His professional background is in law. But, in his personal life, he’s traveled extensively to see literally hundreds of concerts, has a vast music collection, and believes supporting local artists is important to a community. He has also been on rotation as a DJ for Variable Velocity (Tuesdays at 8:00 p.m.) for over five years.

You can more about KPOV’s Board of Directors here.

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Four New Music Shows Joining KPOV’s Line-Up

spinning-records-reducedKPOV works hard to engage our community in creating high-quality media by and for the Central Oregonians.  This fall 4 local KPOV DJs have created outstanding new music shows for your listening pleasure. Already in the line-up are Sasquatch Salon, Mondays at 2:00 p.m. and the Northwest Taproom, Fridays at 2:00 p.m.

A new world music show, Rhythm Trip airs each Saturday from 8-10 pm and new Reggae show JY SoundSystem airs the first and third Fridays of each month at 8:00 pm.

Make sure to tune in on 88.9 fm or kpov.org.

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Vehicle Donations to Support KPOV

If you have an unwanted vehicle that needs a new home, and you love community radio, then we have the solution for you.KPOV has teamed up with the Center for Car Donations to provide a way that –

supporters can donate unwanted vehicles, raise funds for Bend Community Radio, and get a tax receipt for their donation.

It’s simple too. All you have to do is call 877-411-DONATE, and we’ll come and pick up your vehicle and give you a tax receipt for your donation.Tax receipts are for the year in which the car was donated.  Donations can be made any time.

More information is available by calling 877-411-DONATE.

Click HERE for Frequently Asked Questions 

 

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KPOV Receives a Grant from Oregon Cultural Trust

KPOV is proud to announce that we have received a grant from the Oregon Cultural Trust to support an expansion of KPOVs signal and reach throughout Central Oregon in order to connect with new audiences and better serve existing listeners.  We are very grateful to the Oregon Cultural Trust for their support for KPOV and for arts and culture throughout the State of Oregon.

KPOV is honored to have the confidence of this venerable organization.

 Thank you Oregon Cultural Trust!

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KPOV Receives a Grant from MRG Foundation

KPOV SENDS OUR GRATITUDE to MRG Foundation for awarding cropped-mrg-foundation-logoKPOV a grant for 2016-2017 to support our role as a resource for social justice and community organizing in Central Oregon.

We are deeply honored by and proud of the confidence MRG Foundation shows in KPOV by funding High Desert Community Radio.

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