Tune in Thursday, January 17 at 11:45 a.m., when the topic will be “KIDS AND CARE: Central Oregon’s Child Care Crisis” Listen to City Club of Central Oregon Monthly Luncheon Forums on KPOV at 88.9 FM or live streaming on kpov.org. KPOV archives past Monthly Luncheon Forums at kpov.org/city-club-forums/, so you can listen any time.
Community Conversations that expand our sense of neighborhood – across all boundaries. Can communities come together through curiosity, compassion, respect, and open communication? Many think so. This week on the Friday POINT we have a conversation with Betsy Warriner, a community member who believes in bridging the divide.
Behind the beauty of the High Desert landscape lies many factors that create challenges for any gardener, from novice to expert. On this wee'k’s Gardening: Get Good at It on The Tuesday Point, we’ll tell you how to work with these challenges to allow you to have a successful and beautiful garden.
Sarah-Anne Reed from Pack Dynamics will join Erich and Carolyn on The Point on Monday morning to talk about why dogs bark and how to resolve excessive barking.
What happened on January 14th sometime in history? Find out with This Day In History.
William Johnson gives people opportunities to attend running events during January with Running Around Bend.
Start your week right with The Point!
Union nurses from St. Charles Medical Center--who are in tough contract bargaining--will discuss negotiations and their plans for a January 21 informational picket line on The Radical Songbook, 10 am to noon, Friday, January 11. Tune in 88.9 fm; streaming live, archived and soon to be a podcast at kpov.org/radical-songbook-podcast/
Tune in to the Friday Edition of The Point when Louise and Carolyn talk with community members staffing the Warming Center for those who are homeless during the cold winter months. An advocate for our local homeless population, Larry Kogovseck, also joins in the conversation…We will also have a little weather, a little day in history.