Guest Gallery

Guest
Feb. 21, 2011

Stacy Swimp
 CEO and Founder of MUENDA and President of the
Frederick Douglass Foundation of Michigan

    Swimp is CEO and Founder of MUENDA, a non-profit Juvenile Justice Organization in Saginaw, MI. MUENDA is a word from the Meru of Kenya, which means "One Who Cares For Others". MUENDA's communique' has been recognized by some of the countries largest corporations and is sponsored by Dow Chemical Company, Blue Cross, Blue Shield of Michigan, and McDonalds Charities, to name a few.  Swimp is an honored recipient of the 2010 Frederick Douglass Award granted by the National Association of Colored Women's Club


Guest
Dec. 27, 2010

Rob Natelson
Senior Fellow in Constitutional Jurisprudence
& Author of the
The Original Constitution:
What It Actually Said
and Meant

Rob Natelson is one of America’s best-known constitutional scholars.  For 23 years, he served as Professor of Law at the University of Montana, where he taught Constitutional Law and became a recognized national expert on the framing and adoption of the United States Constitution.  He pioneered the use of source material, such as important Founding-Era law books, overlooked by other writers, and he has been the first to uncover key facts about some of the most significant parts of the Constitution.

Rob has written for some of the most prestigious academic publishers, including Cambridge University Press, the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, and Texas Law Review

 


Website:  www.i2i.org


Using Entertainment to Create Community

 Guest
Dec. 13, 2010

Harrison Hand
creator of the Playade Games & Treasure Hunts and Founder of Harrison Hand Entertianment

When he was in high school, Harrison was creating puzzles for the national children's magazines Jack and Jill, Childlife, and Highlights for Children. He also had leading roles in six of the seven stage productions that were produced while he was there. And, he produced a music video for one of his teacher's master's project -- ten years before MTV was on the air.

Harrison wanted to become a hairstylist after high school but, because he was a shy Indiana farm boy who never dated, he was afraid he would be mis-labelled. So, he joined the Marines instead.

In the Marine Corps, Harrison served as a photo-journalist at Camp Pendleton, CA, before going to Camp David, MD to spend his last 2 1/2 years guarding President's Nixon and Ford.

Confident that no one would question his masculinity after he got out of the Marine Corps, he immediately went to beauty school and used his cosmetology license to land jobs doing hair and make-up for stage and film.

Not wanting to go through the Hollywood system, Harrison spent his time accumulating life experiences and perfecting his skills while he waited for technology to catch up with his dream.  With the advent of online video, Harrison began laying the foundation for the launch of his company which is finally here!

 

Playades Games are projects of Harrison Hand Entertainment, Inc.  who create “Entertainment for People Who Think”(TM).  In a society dominated by violent video games, mind-numbing reality TV, and "news” coverage that is often as much fiction as it is fact, they are developing movies & games to inspire people to think for themselves and play together to solve the world’s problems.

The movies fit into the sci-fi, action-adventure genre of films.  They're starting with a web series called Seeing Redford which will start with a fictional news-blog slated for launch in late January or early Febuary 2011.  In this news-blog, reporter Mahogany Redford will introduce the mystical, conspiracy-theory fueled Harrison Hand Entertainment Universe.

In the meantime, Playades games have begun to introduce some of the elements of that universe through the “Playades Pyramid” and the “braided lady” clue givers of Playades Pursuit.

www.PlayadesPursuit.com


 Guests
Nov. 29, 2010

Shari Bernson
Colorado Public Television
Director of Membership

Kevin Ryan
Former Chemist & Laboratory Manager,
9/11 Whistleblower & Co-Editor of the
Journal of 9/11 Studies

Kevin Ryan is the former Site Manager for Environmental Health Laboratories, a division of Underwriters Laboratories (UL).  Mr. Ryan, a Chemist and laboratory manager, was fired by UL in 2004 for publicly questioning the report being drafted by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) on their World Trade Center investigation. 

In the intervening period, Ryan has completed additional research while his original questions, which have become increasingly important over time, remain unanswered by UL or NIST. 

Through interviews, presentations, and his work as co-editor at the online Journal of 911 Studies, Mr. Ryan works to bring out the truth behind the events of 9/11/01 for the benefit of all people.


Colorado 9/11 Visibility Brings
More Truth to Public Television

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Loose Change 9/11: An American Coup
Saturday, December 4 at 7:00 pm on Channel 12.1

    Throughout the broadcast, the station will interrupt the program to discuss the film's perspectives and to raise funds for Colorado Public Television.

    These program breaks will include multiple viewpoints – both for and against the film's content. Guests will include Kevin Ryan, a 9/11 Whistleblower, plus a representative for the official story of 9/11.

    Additionally, the station will air a range of comments from people in the community, comments from filmmakers Dylan Avery and Korey Rowe, and others.

 

Engineer & Co-Host
Vincent Burkardt
Producer & Host of "The Kids Show"  on Sundays, 4 - 5pm
 
Any kids who are 5 years and up who would like to be on a future show, please contact TheKidsShow@krfcfm.org


 Guests
Nov. 22, 2010

Randy & Heidi Gunn
Singers & Recording Artists
www.GunnPoint.us

Matt Arguello
Lead Singer of the "Matt Pack"
& Morning DJ at Pirate Radio 104.7

George Gray
"The Elvis Experience"
& Radio Personality on KFKA 1310 AM
www.KingRockAndRoll.com

Engineer & Co-Host
Vincent Burkardt

Producer & Host of "The Kids Show"
 
on
Sundays, 4 - 5pm
 
Any kids who are 5 years and up who would
like to be on a future show, please contact TheKidsShow@krfcfm.org


Rialto Theater in Loveland, CO
December 2nd, 7:30pm
Call 970-962-2120 For Tickets

Special Celebrity performances by:

  • George Gray/Elvis
  • The Big Kahuna from Greeley's 104.7 the Pirate Radio
  • ICMA Musician of the Year Rory Hoffman
    Click here for Bios
  • And an appearance from Mr. & Mrs. Santa Clause.

 Guest
Nov. 1st, 2010

Peter DeAnello
Actor/Writer & Owner of
Big Fish Talent in Denver

He has been a driving force in the education and career development of artists and industry professionals in Colorado for over twelve years. His experience includes sharing the stage & screen, and/or working behind the camera with such luminaries as: Timothy Busfield, James Cagney, Art Carney, Barbara Eden, Bruno Kirby, Dan Lauria, Nia Long, Chazz Palminteri, Penny Marshall, Anna Sophia Robb, Christian Slater, Larenz Tate & Jay Thomas.

Peter DeAnello will be at the Bas Bleu Theatre on November 9th @ 7:00 PM to discuss
THE WRITE TO ACT WORKSHOP:

For the past twelve years, The Write to Act program has helped develop the writing skills of actors, writers, producers and directors. For information on the Write to Act Workshop, please log onto www.peterdeanello.com & www.actorwriter.com

The Bas Bleu Theatre is located at
401 Pine St., Ft . Collins

Admission is FREE
Reserve your seat by e-mailing
Mr. DeAnello at peterdeanello@me.com


 Guests
Oct. 25th, 2010

Leslie Jones
Co-Director & Actress
playing "Mrs. Kirby"

Don Kraus
Actor playing
"
Martin Vanderhoff"

Kathleen Gruman
Director & Actress

Rick Padden
Moon Theatre Company Board Member & Actor playing "Paul Sycomore"


www.moontheatre.wordpress.com

Performances

Friday, November 5 at 7:30 pm
Saturday, November 6 at 7:30 pm
Friday, November 12 at 7:30 pm
Saturday, November 13 at 7:30 pm
Sunday, November 14 at 2:00 pm.
Doors open 30 minutes before show time.

(10% of the proceeds will be donated to the United Methodist Church.)

Ticket prices are $10 and
$8 for Children 12 & under and seniors.

Encore!Encore!
presents

by Joseph Kesselring

A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Stepping Stones
Adult Day Program at
McKee Medical Center.

DATES/TIMES

Friday, October 29, 7:00 pm

Saturday, October 30, 2:00 pm

Saturday, October 30, 7:00 pm

Sunday, October 31, 2:00 pm

 Guests
Oct. 18th, 2010

Sarah
Robertson
Director

Cindy Peak
Actress playing "Abby"

Rialto Theater
228 E Fourth St. Loveland, CO

Tickets $15: Group prices available
970-962-2120 or www.cityofloveland.org/rialto 

Encore! Encore! has been bringing family friendly entertainment to northern Colorado since 1992 including the Father/Daughter Butterfly Kisses Valentine Dance and Lost Marbles Theatrics’ student productions.  More information at www.EncoreEncore.org


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Presents

Windsor Community Playhouse
 
561 E. Garden Drive Unit A,
Windsor, CO

www.WindsorPlayhouse.org

 Guests
Oct. 11th, 2010

Austin Hall
Actor playing "Nick"

Brandy Langkamp
Actress playing
"Caitlin O'Hare"

Arlene Mewing
Actress playing "Aida"

Chuck Rohrer
Actor playing "Frank"

Frank Adams
Actor playing "Nunzio"

Esther Nance-Beck
Actress playing "Emma"

Tim Bernhardt
Director & WCP Treasurer

Guest Host

Vincent
Burkardt
Producer & Host of
"The Kids Show"
 
on
Sundays, 4 - 5pm

 Any kids who are 5 years and up
who would like to be on a future show, please contact TheKidsShow@krfcfm.org

Over the River and Through the Woods
Directed by Tim Bernhardt

Now Showing:
Oct. 8, 9, 15, 16,
22 and 23
at 7 PM
With one matinee on
October 17 at 2 PM
Tickets:  Adults $12 and
Seniors & Students $10


RADIO SHOW

Guest Host

Vincent Burkardt
Producer & Host of "The Kids Show"
 
on
Sundays, 4 - 5pm

 Any kids who are 5 years and up who would like to be on a future show, please contact TheKidsShow@krfcfm.org

 

Show Topic
Community Cable Access Channel 97
www.FCPAN.org

Guests
Oct. 4th, 2010
 CLICK HERE to listen to the Radio Interview

Lara Williams
Founder of Green Team Real Estate
www.GreenTeamRE.com

Shannell Sedgwick
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 President / Volunteer Director

Gerri Becher
FCPAN's Board of Directors,
Co-Founder & Past President


RADIO SHOW

Guest Host
Vincent Burkardt
Producer & Host of "The Kids Show"
 
on
Sundays, 4 - 5pm
 
Any kids who are 5 years and up who would like to be on a future show, please contact TheKidsShow@krfcfm.org

Guest's Website: www.KidsCreateTheMusic.org

 

Guests
Sept. 27th, 2010
 CLICK HERE to listen to the Radio Interview

Dani Grant
VP

Jeffrey Swager
Social Media / Marketing Director

Jill Michel
Technical Support Director

Adam Grosso
Instructor for Kinard House Band

Suna Thomas
Founder


RADIO SHOW
Politics, Prophecy & the Supernatural


Website: www.lamarzulli.net
Blog:
www.lamarzulli.wordpress.com

L.A. Marzulli will be speaking at the

on Sept. 25th

 

Guests
Sept. 20th, 2010
 CLICK HERE to listen to the Radio Interview

L.A. Marzulli
Author, Researcher, Lecturer

What do ancient prophecies, aliens, UFOs and the nephilim have to do with the current Geo-political events happening in our world?

Let L.A. MARZULLI, author, researcher and talk show host expose the enigma that is the world we live in. Having appeared on the History Channel, 60 Minutes, Coast to Coast and many other shows and documentaries,

MARZULLI will unravel the present chaotic events from wars to the record level of natural and man made disasters and the increasing number of worldwide UFO sightings.

Politics, Prophecy and the Supernatural
Saturday, September 25 at 4 pm
Tickets: $10  Buy Tickets!
Event Sponsored by www.BabylonBurning.org"

 Engineer & Co-Host
Vincent Burkardt
Producer & Host of "The Kids Show"
 
on
Sundays, 4 - 5pm
 
Any kids who are 5 years and up who would like to be on a future show, please contact TheKidsShow@krfcfm.org


Guests
Sept. 13th, 2010
 
CLICK HERE to listen to the Radio Interview

Willy Whitefeather
Native American Author
www.W
illyWhitefeather.com

Kendra Lewis
13 yr old Life long Friend & Fan of
Willy Whitefeather

Kenny Lewis
Emergency Situation Instructor

www.YouCanBePrepared.com

 


Engineer &
Co-Host

Vincent Burkardt
Producer & Host of "The Kids Show"
 
on
Sundays, 4 - 5pm

Any kids who are 5 years and up
who would like to be on a future show, please contact TheKidsShow@krfcfm.org


Guests
Sept. 6th, 2010
 
CLICK HERE to listen to the Radio Interview

Justin Hunt
Filmmaker
www.
absentmovie.com

Justin Hunt is an award-winning journalist who gave up his days of broadcast journalism to begin his production company, Time & Tide Productions, Inc.

In 2006, he began a 16-month journey in the production of his first feature length documentary, American Meth. The Val Kilmer-narrated film won multiple film festivals around the country, and was a finalist at the Foyle Film Festival in Northern Ireland, an Academy Award Qualifying festival. The movie was released on DVD in early 2008 by Rivercoast Film Distribution, and was one of America’s most rented documentaries that year.  It is currently being featured by Cox, Comcast, Time Warner and Bresnan cable networks in their Video-On-Demand menus, placing the movie in more than 50 million homes.

Born in Colorado, Justin spent a majority of his life in New Mexico, as well as several other parts of the country, before recently relocating to Chandler, Arizona.  He is the father of two children, a 9-year-old son and a 7-year-old daughter.

 


www.TriMediaFestival.org

Sept. 10 - 12, 2010
Old Town Fort Collins, Colorado

Engineer &
Co-Host

Vincent Burkardt
Producer & Host of "The Kids Show"
 
on
Sundays, 4 - 5pm

Any kids who are 5 years and up
who would like to be on a future show, please contact TheKidsShow@krfcfm.org


Guests
Aug. 30th, 2010
 
CLICK HERE to listen to the Radio Interview

Bonnie Searcy
Founder & Owner of Bonnie's Balm
Herbalist, Healer, Hiker, Adventurer,
Rock Hound, Webmaster, Writer & Artist

Kenny Lewis
Emergency Situation Instructor
www.YouCanBePrepared.com

Engineer & Co-Host

Vincent Burkardt
Producer & Host of "The Kids Show"
 
on
Sundays, 4 - 5pm

Any kids who are 5 years and up
who would like to be on a future show, please contact TheKidsShow@krfcfm.org

 

Upcoming Fundraising Events

Children's Miracle Network
 
www.ChildrensMiracleNetwork.org
 Children's Mercy Hospital of Denver

A Woman's Work
www.aWomansWork.org

 
A Northern Colorado Organization that assists
Abused Woman & Children get back on their feet.

HERA Climb 4Life
www.herafoundation.org

Breast Cancer Research USA
Bonnie's Balms is a Sponsor for
Washington, Colorado & Utah.


Guests
Aug. 23rd, 2010

Darren Wurtzburg
Owner of The F/Stop Cafe

Erik Hofseth
Operational Manager of ReSource
a
Quality Reclaimed Building Materials Center

ReSource promotes waste reduction through innovative landfill diversion programs.

Hunter Buffington
Owner of Sauce Promotion & Productions
www.EverybodyLovesSauce.com

 

Guest Host

Vincent Burkardt
Producer & Host of "The Kids Show"
 
on
Sundays, 4 - 5pm

Any kids who are 5 years and up
who would like to be on a future show, please contact TheKidsShow@krfcfm.org

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Tri-Tone Friday
August 27th - 6pm - 10pm

Schedule:  6pm - Kalliope
                  7pm - George Christensen
                  8pm - The Honey Gitters
                  9pm - Just Al

Non Profit Host - ReSource

 

Past Guest
Aug. 16th, 2010

Hamidah Glasgow
Executive Director of
The Center for Fine Arts Photography

Founded in 2004, The Center for Fine Art Photography is a nonprofit organization supported by donations, grants, and memberships. With offices, classrooms, and two galleries in Fort Collins, Colorado, the Center currently has more than 1,300 members representing 33 countries worldwide.


Guest
Aug. 9th, 2010

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Paul Rohrer
Producer, Actor & Host of
the "Roaring Success" Radio Show

Paul Neal Rohrer is the Host of ROARING SUCCESS RADIO HOUR, a weekly program about the tv, film, and theatre industry.

 

Engineer & Co-Host

Vincent Burkardt
Producer/Co-Host of the "Kids Show"
 
on
Sundays, 4 - 5pm

Any kids who are 5 years and up
who would like to be on a future show, please contact theKidsShow@krfcfm.org

Guest's Websites

www.RSuccessRadio.com

www.ActorWriter.com

As a S.A.G Actor and Producer, Paul brings on key industry leaders to discuss the behind the scenes, trends, and topics of an industry that creates billions of dollars of revenue just in the State of Colorado alone.

A veteran of film, television and stage, since 1971, Paul has been awarded the honorable CLIO award and has been hired to perform for the Oscar award-winning producer, Carol Pasternak with Dewey-Obenchain Films on numerous occasions. Following 16 years of acting on stage, Rohrer was cast and hired as a S.A.G. player to portray a turn-of-the-century salesman of electricity for McCann-Erikson’s Pacific Gas & Electric commercial spot, produced and directed by Mr. Giraldi in 1982.


Guest
Aug. 2nd, 2010


Jamie Elliott
Hollywood Producer
& Casting Director

Jamie Elliott began her career as a casting director, casting over 400 commercials and films. Now, as an award winning Producer, Jamie has worked with many talented actors including Billy Burke (Twilight), Nick Cassavettes, Eileen Brenen, Jeremy London, Katherine Ross, Shari Belafonte.   "SET APART" staring Richard Roundtree and John Schneider,“ and "ANGELS LOVE DONUTS" are the latest films that Ms. Elliott has served as producer on and were both released in 2009.

 

Active in Women in Film and a member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Ms. Elliott and her husband currently live in Los Angeles

Seal the Deal...Get the Job with Hollywood Producer/Casting Director Jamie Elliott

This is an amazing opportunity to get the "inside scoop" on what Producers and Directors are looking for and what they're seeing during the audition process from someone who knows.

Jamie will share tips and tricks on "sealing the deal" - making a lasting impression in auditions with casting directors, getting the call back and booking the part with Producers and Directors.

Aug. 7th - Denver, CO
(Courtyard Denver Airport)
Tuition: $100
Ti
mes: 9am - 5pm (lunch - 12pm - 1pm)
Website 
www.HollywoodProfessionalWorkshops.com

 CLICK HERE to listen
to the Radio Interview


Guest
July 26th, 2010
 
CLICK HERE to listen to the Radio Interview

Laura Pacini
Actress, Director & Teacher

Laura has performed in numerous theaters across the Front Range such as Debut Theatre, Colorado Academy of the Arts, Front Range Music Theatre, Carousel Dinner Theatre, Fort Collins Children's Theatre, Jester's Dinner Theatre and others.

While in high school she became interested in filmmaking and have been working for Shadow Play Films, Inc. since 2001. After obtaining a Theatre Education degree from the University of Northern Colorado,

She's had the opportunity to teach at Up in Lights Productions and Windsor Performing Arts, as well as, direct productions for Up in Lights Productions and Encore!Encore!

Future plans include teaching at an international school in Kazakhstan from August 2010 to 2012.

Laura can be contact via her by email - paci5217@yahoo.com or visit her website: www.laurapacini.com.

A unique and informative tribute to the
Rialto Theater’s 90th Anniversary with
an evening of entertainment from a bygone era.


August 7th at 7pm
Rialto Theater in Loveland
Cost: $10
 

Live vaudeville skits, rare film clips and the finest quality print of Buster Keaton’s silent film classic,
The General, will give us a glimpse of this
beautiful theater’s first decade.

Live accompaniment on the piano will be provided by Hank Troy. Proceeds from this event will benefit a two-year teaching & humanitarian trip to Kazakhstan.

 



Website: www.nightlight.org   Phone: 970-663-6799

Russia Tour in Colorado

Sunday, July 25 - 6 pm
Timberline Church
(South Auditorium)
2908 South Timberline Road
Fort Collins, CO 80525

Monday, July 26 - 7 pm
Faith Evangelical Church
2707 Wilson Avenue
Loveland, CO 80538

Wednesday, July 28 - 6:30 pm
Dayspring Christian Church
8005 Highland Meadows Pkwy
Fort Collins, CO 80528

Guests
July 19th, 2010
 
CLICK HERE to listen to the Radio Interview

Kate Zyubenko
Nightlight Christian Adoptions,
member of "Every Child Has a Name
non-profit orphan ministry

Dean Zimmerman
member of "Every Child Has a Name"

Jeff Dillon
Nightlight Christian Adoptions,
member of "Every Child Has a Name"


Guest Host

Vincent Burkardt
Producer/Co-Host of the "Kids Show"
 
on
Sundays, 4 - 5pm

Any kids who are 5 years and up who would like to be |on a future show, please contact theKidsShow@krfcfm.org


Guest
July 12th, 2010
CLICK HERE to listen to the Radio Interview

Matt Arguello
Lead Singer of the "Matt Pack"
& Morning DJ at Pirate Radio 104.7

Lead singer Matthew Arguello covers songs made famous by Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Elvis and others.

Close your eyes and you'll be transported by timeless classics. Great lyrics,  a great voice, and a wonderful band all combine for a delightful concert under the stars.

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Matt Pack Concert
Sat., July 17th - 7pm

Bring a picnic at 6pm when the gates open, and a comfy lawn chair.  Admission is just $5 for ages 12 and over; $3 for kids 3-11.

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Location: 1475 A St.,
just south of Island Grove Park
Sorry, no pets or alcohol.


Guests
June 28th, 2010
 
CLICK HERE to listen to the Radio Interview

Lois Smith
Owner of the Real Balpate Inn
in Estes Park

Listed on the National Register
of Historic Places

Tickets available through the Baldpate Inn 866-577-5397 or  www.baldpateinn.com
Tickets for the Show only are $15, (With the purchase of a meal, Show tickets are $12)

Cindy Peak
Director & Actress
(occasionally playing the part of
Lois Bentley, the owner of the Baldpate Inn)

Encore!Encore! and
The Baldpate Inn presents

 Seven Keys to Baldpate
by George M. Cohan

Performed outdoors at the
Historic Baldpate Inn in Estes Park.

Upcoming Performances

  • Friday, July 9, 6:30 pm
  • Saturday, July 10, 1:30 pm
  • Friday, July 23, 6:30 pm
  • Saturday, July 24, 1:30 pm AND 6:30 pm
  • Friday, August 6, 6:30 pm
  • Saturday, August 7, 1:30 pm AND 6:30 pm
  • Friday, August 13, 6:30 pm
  • Saturday, August 14, 1:30 pm


www.ZoochThePooch.com

Keith Rennison
Screenplay Writer / Producer
& Creator of "Zooch the Pooch"

 

Guests
June 21st, 2010
CLICK HERE to listen to the Radio Interview

Mari Hampton
Actress / Voice Talent
(Voice of Zooch)

Heidi Gunn
Recording Artist, Actress & Voice Talent
(Voice of Hank & Daisy)


CLICK HERE to listen to
the Radio Interview with L.A. Marzulli


Website: www.lamarzulli.net
Blog:
www.lamarzulli.wordpress.com

L.A. Marzulli will be speaking in
Wellington, CO on June 18th-19th

      • 6 PM on the 18th
      • 2 PM on the 19th
      • 7 PM on the 19th


Youth Club Community Center

The Filling Station is located on the north corner of 4th St. and Cleveland Ave. Just across from the Wellington Skate Park.  Google map for the Filling Station.

 

Guest
June 14th, 2010

L.A. Marzulli
Author, Researcher, Lecturer

L. A. Marzulli is the author of the Nephilim Trilogy. The Nephilim Trilogy made the CBA best sellers list and continues to thrill readers a decade after the first book in the series was published. Marzulli received an honorary doctorate from Pacific International University for his work on the Nephilim Trilogy. 

Marzulli is also the author of the non fiction work, Politics, Prophecy & the Supernatural. The book packs a hard hitting expose of how the current political landscape may bring about ancient Biblical prophecies, which then may trigger supernatural events that are foretold in the book of Daniel and Revelation.

His latest offering, The Alien Interviews, features 17 personal, intense interviews with people who have been directly involved with the UFO phenomena. The book was written for the skeptic with various world-views presented as to what this phenomena may be. 

 Marzulli has lectured on this fascinating subject presenting his exhaustive research at conferences and churches as well as appearances and interviews on numerous national radio and television programs.

 L. A. Marzulli is also an accomplished musician and has recorded numerous CDs.  He lives with his wife of 24 years in the Santa Monica Mountains in Southern California.


Guest Host
June 7th, 2010

Vincent Burkardt
Producer/Co-Host of the "Kids Show" on Sundays, 4 - 5pm


www.lrvr.org


www.teamfortcollins.org

Any kids who are 5 years and up who would like to be on a future show, please contact theKidsShow@krfcfm.org

Guests
June 7th, 2010

Officer Robert Younger
President of the Laramie River Valley Rendezuous and on the Board of Directors for Team Fort Collins

Bob Younger has been a police officer for 12+ years and has been involved with LRVR since 2001.  In the beginning, Younger assisted in fundraising and camp activities and became a volunteer executive director of LRVR in 2005.  Younger has also served on board of Team Fort Collins, a nonprofit group that works at preventing youth from being exposed to drugs and alcohol.  He is a strong believer in the benefit of a youth program that breaks down barriers between young adults and law enforcement.

 

Michelle Younger
former Treasurer of the
Laramie River Valley Rendezuous

A former foster parent and mentor of at risk teenagers for over three years, Michelle relates to kids from both single parent and foster homes.  She has been involved with LRVR for four years, and as the spouse of a police officer, she sees first hand the benefit of encouraging positive interactions between youth and law enforcement.  Michelle's training as a foster parent, past and present mentoring, and experience provide insight, empathy and patience in the camp operation and in the running of the organization.

In 2005 Bob took the LRVR on as his own as the police department could no longer financially support the organization.  Since then they have obtained grants and privated donations and grown the organization to the point where it is it's own 501(c)(3) organization.  They have written several grants including one that will partner with Colorado State University's pyshcology department to further develop an existing mentoring program.  The program has gained national attention and they have been visited by organizations that wish to develop a program similar to this one in other states.

Bob & Michelle have been foster parents in Larimer County and also have been mentors through the Larimer County Department of Human Services. We both have been involved in the Laramie River Valley Rendezvous since Bob joined the police department in 2001.  Michelle and Bob are high school sweet hearts and have been married almost 18 years.


Special Memorial Day Presentation
May 31st, 2010

Selected tracks from "Words of Freedom" CD.

GEORGE FLYNN: Words of Freedom - Men of Honor


Co-Host
May 24th, 2010

Vincent Burkardt
Producer/Co-Host of the
"Kids Show" 
on
Sundays, 4 - 5pm

Any kids who are 5 years and up who would like to be on a future show, please contact theKidsShow@krfcfm.org

Summer Vacation Traveling Tips & Advice
from the
"Rocky Mountain MacGyver"

Guest
May 24th, 2010

Kenny Lewis
Emergency Situation Instructor

Kenny Lewis is a Nationally Recognized Personal Survival & Preparedness Expert who has been interviewed on TV & Radio across the U.S.  He's taught Survival Training for Military & Armed Forces Personnel, Police & Sheriff's Departments and Corporations who were sending Executives & Personnel into difficult locations and arduous situations around the world.

His extensive personal travels are filled with stories of escapes, rescues and life threatening situations.  His vast knowledge of emergency response training & techniques. combined with his positive and fun-loving attitude and warmth, make him a dynamic, informative and entertaining presenter.  He is a sheer joy to listen to.

He'll challenge your view of the world through his creativity, imagination and passion for life as he teaches;

"80% of all life & death situations start with a disabled vehicle."

www.YouCanBePrepared.com

IN PLAIN VIEW
Discover How To Survive any Emergency Situation with
the Items You Have At Hand!

Upcoming Classes

1 Day - 12 Hour Course
June 5th - Saturday
9am - 9pm

2 Day - 12 Hour Course
June 26th & 27th
Sat & Sun. - 1pm - 7pm

"How To Survive Virtually Any Situation With Whatever
You Have On You At The Time of an Emergency".

Kenny has worked for the U.S. Navy, NATO, NASA, numerous Branches of Law Enforcement, Detective & Security Agencies and private Corporations and individuals.


Guest
May 17th, 2010

Benjamin Lewis
Debut Theater Company and
the Alpine Robotics Animation Team.


www.AlpineRobotics.com

Alpine Robotics Team 159 is about as diverse a group of students as you will ever find.

Co-Host
May 17th, 2010

Vincent Burkardt
Producer/Co-Host of the
"Kids Show" 
on
Sundays, 4 - 5pm

Any kids who are
5 years and up
who would like to be
on a future show,
please contact theKidsShow@krfcfm.org

From computer nerds and debaters to music geeks and athletes, this rag tag bunch of students probably shares about one thing in common; a passion for building robots.

(Gordon Smith is in the Technology Education Department at Poudre High School and he is the 'coach' of the Alpine Robotics Team. You can e-mailt him HERE)


Young People On Stage...Back Stage...and in the Audience since 1991!

Founded in 1991, Debut Theatre Company is Northern Colorados only non-profit young persons theatre academy and acting company.  

Debut is the only hands-on, year-round, non-profit, troupe structured, progressional children's theatre in Colorado.

www.DebutTheatre.org / 970-224-5774 / debut@frii.com


Guest
May 10th, 2010

John Gasangwa

Gasangwa, who speaks six languages, is now finishing a master's degree in global business at Colorado State University.

He plans to return to Africa to help others use micro-enterprise loans to become small-business owners.

He already has helped open a school in Rwanda, where children receive a bowl of porridge each day as he did as a child.

Co-Host
May 10th, 2010

Vincent Burkardt
Producer/Co-Host of the
"Kids Show" 
on
Sundays, 4 - 5pm

Any kids who are
5 years and up
who would like to be
on a future show,
please contact theKidsShow@krfcfm.org

Article in the Coloradoan Rwandan tells of choosing better life

You can contact Mr. Gasangwa at gasbose@gmail.com or (970) 443-3901.

Guests
May 3rd, 2010

Dave Leininger
President of the
Bells of the Rockies

Kathy Sanford
Chairwoman of Public Relations
of the Bells of the Rockies

"Bells of the Rockies" is a non-profit, auditioned community handbell ensemble.
They hold Spring and Christmas Concerts and various special engagements.
www.BellsOfTheRockies.org

2010 Spring Concerts

Sunday, May 9th, 2010
4:00pm

Faith United Church of Christ
1020 Walnut St
reet
Windsor, CO
(970) 686-7307
(Freewill Offering)
(Church Website)

Saturday, May 15, 2010
7:00pm

Rialto Theater
228 E. Fourth Street
Loveland, Colorado
(970) 962-2120
Tickets: $12, Seniors: $10
Children:12 & under - free
(Rialto Website)

Tuesday, May 18, 2010
7:00pm

First United Methodist Church
108 E. 18th Stre
et
Cheyenne, WY
(307) 632-1410
(Freewill Offering)
(Church Website)

Guests
April 26th, 2010

David Peterson
KRFC News Director

News on the Range

News on the Range is KRFC's community news magazine. The half-hour show is broadcast each weekday at 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. The show is produced by the KRFC news team, a group of dedicated and hard working volunteers. New members are always welcome.

Vincent Burkardt
Producer/Co-Host of the "Kids Show"
 
on Sundays, 4 - 5pm

Any kids who are 5 years and up
who would like to be on a future show, please contact
theKidsShow@krfcfm.org

Jim Bush
Founder of Happy Trails Pet Spa & Resort

Community, Family & Personal
Prepareness Series

Guest
March 22nd, 2010

Kenny Lewis
Emergency Situation Instructor
CLICK HERE
to listen to Radio Interview

Kenny Lewis has traveled extensively and is filled with stories of escapes, resues and life threatening situtions. His fun-loving attitude and gentleness, combined with his vast knowledge of emergency response training and techniques make him dynamic, informative, entertianing and a sheer joy to listen to.  He will challenge your view of the world though his creativity. imagination and passion for life.  Kenny has worked for the U..S. Navy, NATO, NASA, numerious police forces, detective and security agencies.

You can contact Kenny at: klewis@miicoe.com

Guest
March 29th, 2010

Bob Farris
Founder of Farris Survival
www.FSURV.com

Frequently Asked Questions
Emergency Disinfection of Drinking Water

Other Websites

Disibilty.org
Emergency Preparedness

 

Guest
March 15th, 2010

Erik Nilsson
Larimer County Emergency Manager
CLICK HERE
to listen to Radio Interview

The Emergency Management Office, which reports to the Sheriff and the County Commissioners, plans and directs emergency procedures to protect citizens from natural and human-caused disasters.

The Office works with municipalities within Larimer County on preparedness for emergencies including emergency response training and exercises and maintaining an Emergency Operations Center where response agencies coordinate actions and allocate resources in an emergency.

Larimer County Sheriff's
Emergency Services

FEMA
www.FEMA.gov

Visit other FEMA Websites

 

Guest
April 19th, 2010

Deputy
Roy Rudisill
Weld County Emergency
Management Director
CLICK HERE
to listen to Radio Interview

The county emergency plan is also ready for activation in the event the emergency directly effects those living in the county. While assistance may be available it is the expectation of each and every citizen to be able to take care of themselves for the first 72 hours.  The office of emergency management frequently provides talks and classes on how to prepare oneself for an emergency.

Deputy Roy Rudisill may be contacted at (970) 304-6540.or toll-free (800) 436-9276 ext 3990

E-Mail Roy Rudisill at rrudisill@co.weld.co.us


www.WeldSheriff.com/oem.html

Preparing and Planning for:


Guest
April 12th, 2010

Bev Siglin
Founder, Producer & Artisitc Director
of the Lark Radio Theater

If you would like to get cast &/or to volunteer to help the Lark Radio Theater, please contact
Bev at: bjsiglin@juno.com or Call
970-224-2011

Lark Radio Theater on

2nd & 4th Sundays
6 - 7pm

Guests
March 8th, 2010

Brendan Eason
Playwright & Lost Marbles Alumni

Christina Geter
Actress playing "Lady Lilly Bennington"

Lost Marbles Theatrics presents

Vincent Burkardt
Producer/Co-Host
of the "Kids Show"

on

Sundays, 4 - 5pm

Any kids who are 5 years and up who would like to be on a future show, please contact theKidsShow@krfcfm.org

Travel to England and into a world of royalty, intrigue and high society. It’s the 1930s and the MI5 is trying to foil a plot on the Queen’s life.  Who are the real agents? Who is the double agent? Can you solve the case before the true identities are revealed? A play full of shenanigans, suspense and surprise.  For Details visit: www.EncoreEncore.org

Love, Lies and Lockpicks
by Brendan Eason
Friday, March 26, 7 pm
Saturday, March 27, 2 & 7 pm
Tickets: $8

Rialto Theater
228 E. Fourth St., Loveland CO

Rialto Box Office 970-962-2120


Guests
May 18th, 2009

Jacie McConnell
Gypsy Fiddler &
Founder of
An Shee Eilee

Elda McCuen
Vocalist, Guitarist, Bass & Flute
for
An Shee Eilee

Steven Kroll
Djembe & Vocalist
for
An Shee Eilee

AN SHEE EILEE" is a 6 piece group, with all members being multi-instrumentalist, a gypsy dancer, and a story teller/poet came together.  Their performances result in a style with a Gypsy/Celtic flair.

Upcoming Performances

March 4th, 2010
Double RR Bar, 128 E 4th Street,
Loveland Colorado, 8:00pm

March 12th, 2010
The Rialto Theatre, 228 E. 4th Street, Loveland, Colorado. 7:00pm

March 17th, 2010
St. Patricks Day:
Lucky Strike Bar at the Lucky Strike Lanes,
500 16th St # 340, Denver, CO,
8:00-11:00 pm

March 21st, 2010
Laughing Goat 1709 pearl street, Boulder Colorado, 9:00pm after Perpetual Motion.


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Guests
Febuary 22nd, 2010

Tim
Bernhardt

Writer / Director
& Actor
playing
"Slick"

Ken
Lewis
Actor
playing
"Prankster"

Brandy
Langkamp
Actress
playing
"Shiver"


February 12 - March 6, 2010

Superheroes at the Superhero Symposium must join forces to determine if there is a traitor among them. The Superheroes need your help to save the world so join us for some interactive mystery solving fun!

A special matinee performance February 28, 2010
at the MAIN STREET GRILL

  • Dinner 1:30 Show 2:00 Dinner & Show $30
  • Dinner includes Chicken Parmesan or Fish & Chips
  • Drinks $2 extra and Prime Rib for $5 extra

Windsor Community Playhouse
Box Office: 970-674-1790 / www.WindsorPlayhouse.org

As one of Northern Colorado's leading cultural organizations, the nonprofit Windsor Community Playhouse brings a great variety of theatrical productions to the Windsor community.


Guests
Febuary 8th, 2010

KRFC's Activities & Upcoming Events

Chris Kennison
General Manager

Kristen Rasmussen
Development Director

Guest
Febuary 8th, 2010

Click Here to visit her website

Francie Meyer
Actress,
Vice President of Horsetooth Prod.
& Co-Director of the TriMedia Festival

As member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) since 1988, she has performed numerous principal roles in national markets for film, television, and commercials including The Windsor Wizards, Daydreamer, and It's A Miracle.  With 20 years of teaching experience in acting and dance she currently is on the faculty at Colorado State University & teaches at University of Northern Colorado.


Presents its
Best Comedy Shorts
Sat., Feb. 13 at 7:30 p.m. 

Irreverent, smart, engaging and just plain silly short films you can’t see anywhere else. A great way to spend a fun evening and revisit the best comedy shorts from the TriMedia Film Festival.

Buy tickets at the Rialto Box Office or for more information regarding the Festival and its activities visit www.TriMediaFestival.org.


Guest
Febuary 1st, 2010


www.fcmdsc.org

Toby Swaford
Education Coordinator

 

The Fort Collins Museum & Discovery Science Center hosts programs and events ranging from musical performances and lectures to stargazing and hands-on science labs, as well as kid's programs of all kinds.

For Upcoming Events, CLICK HERE.


Encore! Encore! Presents:
Butterfly Kisses
Father / Daughter Valentine Dance

  • Fri, Feb. 5th: 4pm & 8pm
  • Sat, Feb 6th: 12pm, 3:30pm & 7:30pm
  • Sun, Feb 7th: 1pm & 4:30pm

Guests
Jan. 18th, 2010
rebroadcast Jan. 25th, 2010

Nana Tonkin
Founder & Event Board Member

Mara Smith
Event Director

For Dance Details visit: www.EncoreEncore.org
For further Info or to volunteer your time, Call Nana &/or Jeff at 226-2113

Fort Collins Lincoln Center - Canyon West Room
Tickets: $9 each @ Lincoln Center Box Office 221-6730
Lincoln Center - Website Link

Tickets are also sold at Probasco's in Loveland.


Guests
January 11th, 2010

Community Broadcasting Activities & Upcoming Events

David Peterson

News Director

News on the Range

News on the Range is KRFC's community news magazine. The half-hour show is broadcast each weekday at 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. The show is produced by the KRFC news team, a group of dedicated and hard working volunteers. New members are always welcome.

www.KRFCfm.org

Shannell Sedgwick
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 President / Volunteer Director

Shannell Sedgwick has volunteered for over three years with FCPAN in various positions as Secretary, Volunteer Director, and as their current President.  Shannell is an elementary school English Language Acquisition (ELA) teacher in Poudre School District.  She is a firm believer in free and open access to media and encourages any aspiring filmmakers with a vision to come in and get the skills they need to get their message heard!

www.FCPAN.org


Guest

Lisa McClowry
Singer

Interview Part 2
January 4th, 2010

Lisa McClowry is a gifted performer, having provided the movie singing voice a few major films including "Princess" in "The Rugrats in Paris" as well as "Through the Eyes of a Child" for "The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle"

www.BeforeTheTree.com or www.LisaMcClowry.com


Guest
Dec. 14th, 2009
 rebroadcasted Dec. 28th, 2009

Douglas Broade
Author, Screenwriter & Film Historian

Bells of the Rockies is a non-profit, auditioned community handbell ensemble.  They have been  performing Spring & Christmas Concerts and various special engagements for over 30 years.
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Upcoming Concerts

Tues. Dec. 15th - 7pm
FREE Admission!
(Freewill Offering)
First United Methodist Church
108 E. 18th St. - Cheyenne, WY
(307) 632-1410 /
(Church Website)

Sat. Dec. 19th - 7pm
Rialto Theater in Loveland
228 E. Fourth Street
Loveland, Colorado
(970) 962-2120
Tickets: $12, Seniors: $10
Children:12 & under - FREE

Sun. Dec. 20th - 4pm
FREE Admission!
(Freewill Offering)
Faith United Church of Christ
1020 Walnut St - Windsor, CO
(970) 686-7307

For more information on their activities & availablity visit them at: www.BellsOfTheRockiesOnline.org

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Publisher's Website

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www.DouglasBrode.com 

DOUGLAS BRODE of Phoenix, New York is a novelist, screenwriter, playwright, film historian, and journalist.

He is the author of over 30 books on film and the mass media including Films Of The Fifties, Films Of Steven Spielberg, Denzel Washington (a biography), Sinema (Erotic Films), Shakespeare In The Movies (for Oxford University Press), two books on Walt Disney for University of Texas Press, From Walt To Woodstock and Multiculturalism and the mouse. Also, Elvis Cinema And Popular Culture for McFarland Press.

Most recently, he and Carol (widow of Rod) Serling have completed Rod Serling And The Twilight Zone: The Official 50th Anniversary Tribute for Barricade Books. Brode wrote the screenplay for Midnight Blue, which one critic called "the best of the low-budget erotic thrillers. His produced plays include Heartbreaker and Somewhere In The Night.


Guests
Dec. 7th, 2009

Choice City Singers
Gib Charles, Nancy Burke & Ellen Myer

Choice City Singers are a jazz and show ensemble based in Fort Collins.  This 14-voice group of men and women volunteer their time and talents to further the arts in northern Colorado by staging shows and performing frequently at community, private and corporate functions.  Their dynamic and engaging shows cross many musical genres and styles including acapella, jazz, doo-wop, swing and pop.

Chartered in 1980, the Choice City Singers are a member chorus of the non-profit Larimer Choral Society.   The CCS members come from all walks of life and share a deep love of music and passion to perform.  With their relaxed presence and quirky sense of humor, the Choice City Singers connect with audience members of all ages and provide quality entertainment to the Front Range communities.

In addition, CCS members are involved with other musical groups including Centennial Children’s Chorus, Encore! Encore!,  Loveland Choral Society, Front Range Music Theater, Carousel Dinner Theatre, Larimer Chorale, Openstage and Chamber Chorale.

They are an involved and committed group in the community as well, volunteering at school, church, youth sports programs or scouts and for causes such as the United Way, American Cancer Society, Cystic Fibrosis, Hospice, and Habitat for Humanity.


Guests
Nov. 30th, 2009

Musical Events

CD Signing on Fri., Dec. 4th, 4pm - 8pm

at the Hilton (in the Main Atrium) in  Fort Collins

Danny Boy CD single- A reflective and heartfelt rendition of the Celtic classic offering remembrance and honor to soldiers. Scored for a classically oriented Celtic folk ensemble (including harp and dulcimer) with a youth (12) singer – Whitney Hammond of Maidin. A portion of the proceeds will go to help the troops.  More info on the CD at:  www.classhf.com

Carolyn & Whitney Hammond
Maidin's Founders / Mother & Daughter Singers

MAIDIN

A women’s vocal ensemble with strong Celtic roots, Maidin (Gaelic for morning) proudly showcases what women, young and old, can do when their art is grounded in honor, honest work, and family values. Their music embraces classical, crossover, and folk styles.

Maidin is a grassroots ensemble performing in the studio and live, while promoting and participating in community music activities.

Carolyn tours Ireland yearly as a vocalist performing at local communities in the rural, western part of the country. She also performs with a local Celtic folk group.  Whitney has performed with the Fort Collins Symphony, numerous local choral groups, talent shows, theater productions, and local festivals. With the release of the CD single Danny Boy, she has now added recording artist to her impressive Resume.

Sebastian Talon
Director of the Classical Heritage Foundation
www.classhf.com

 

This holiday season, the Choice City Singers have joined with the Fort Collins Downtown Business Association to promote, coordinate and lead the annual community

CarolFest
in downtown Fort Collins on:

Friday, December 4th
at 6:30pm at the
Opera Galleria in Old Town.

Choice City Singers
www.fortnet.org/ccs/
Other Upcoming Shows

Gib Charles
Nancy Burke
& Ellen Myer

Choice City Singers are a jazz and show ensemble based in Fort Collins.  This 14-voice group of men and women volunteer their time and talents to further the arts in northern Colorado by staging shows and performing frequently at community, private and corporate functions.  Their dynamic and engaging shows cross many musical genres and styles including acapella, jazz, doo-wop, swing and pop.

Chartered in 1980, the Choice City Singers are a member chorus of the non-profit Larimer Choral Society.   The CCS members come from all walks of life and share a deep love of music and passion to perform.  With their relaxed presence and quirky sense of humor, the Choice City Singers connect with audience members of all ages and provide quality entertainment to the Front Range communities.

In addition, CCS members are involved with other musical groups including Centennial Children’s Chorus, Encore! Encore!,  Loveland Choral Society, Front Range Music Theater, Carousel Dinner Theatre, Larimer Chorale, Openstage and Chamber Chorale.

They are an involved and committed group in the community as well, volunteering at school, church, youth sports programs or scouts and for causes such as the United Way, American Cancer Society, Cystic Fibrosis, Hospice, and Habitat for Humanity.


Guests
Nov. 9th, 2009
rebroadcasted on Nov. 16th

Cindy Peak
Co-Assistant Director of
"Don't Drink the Water"

Sarah Robertson
Actress & Co-Assistant Director of "Don't Drink the Water"


An early Woody Allen comedy set in the 1960’s about tourists who seek asylum
at an American Embassy in a small Iron Curtain country.

 www.EncoreEncore.org and www.CityOfLoveland.org/Rialto

Upcoming Events

Honor Flight
of Northern Colorado

FREE ADMISSION - Sun. Nov. 8th - 2pm
Loveland Elks Lodge, 4th and Railroad, Loveland, CO

Performance by the “Three OF US” Sharon Sheets, Kara Glover & Cliff Fiske

There will be a good will offering to help raise money to send our WWII veterans to Washington DC to see the WWII Memorial built in their honor.

Guest
Nov. 2nd, 2009

Sharon Sheets
Actress / Singer

Sharon Sheets, a Loveland actress/singer will give a narrative of the events of the Second World War, starting in 1941.

Wartime fashions, popular movie stars and Broadway musicals, as well as the sacrifices of civilians for the war effort will be shown.

Many songs will be sung from the era and The Northern Colorado New Horizon Band will play patriotic tunes.

For more details, call Sharon at (970) 667-4899 or download the Event Flyer at: www.HonorFlightNorthernColorado.org

Chilson Senior Center presents
A Veteran’s Day Celebration

Revisited in Story & Song
with Sharon Sheets and the New Horizon Band

Thurs., Nov. 12th, 2-3:30pm
Apple and Cherry pies will be served.
Cost: $10

Sign up at the
Chilson Senior Center
Call 962-2783 for more information

Chilson Senior Center
700 East 4th Street
Loveland, CO - (970) 962-2783

Guests
Interview Part 1 on Oct. 19th, 2009
Interview Part 2 on Oct. 26th, 2009

 ZACHERLEY CD
"INTERMENT FOR TWO"
by Mike Gilks

and
Richard Scrivani
Author

Mr. Scrivani has written for such film magazines as Monsters From the Vault and Cult Movies, and has known John Zacherle since 1965.


www.DinoShip.com

To order CDs, send a MONEY ORDER (sorry no checks) for $19 (that's $15 for the CD and $4 first class mail WITH delivery confirmation so Mike knows you got it) to:

Mike Gilks
P.O. Box 520
E. Quogue, NY 11942.


DVD INFO


Guest
Oct. 5th, 2009

Derek Taylor
Lead of Production & Design
for the Haunt

Nocturnal Nightmares, started out in 1999 as way for non-profit groups to earn some extra money by putting on a Haunted House. They've worked with organizations such as the Wellington Fire Department, Wellington Community Action Committee and The Fort Collins Jaycees. They have a lot of fun, and enjoy making a community by working with non-profit groups.

Nocturnal Nightmares, puts together Haunted Houses without the use of excessive "blood, guts, and gore". We like to use classic monsters (skeletons, zombies, etc.) and pride ourselves on using startle scares and grand sets to entertain our customers.

2009 Non-Profit Groups

Kasey’s Krafts is a foundation which provides craft kits to pediatric oncology patients. The foundation began with distribution to the Children’s Hospital in Denver, Colorado and has grown to support a variety of other facilities.  They are used in the outpatient clinic as well as the inpatient area.  

Chemo kids spend a lot of time waiting, whether it is for infusion treatment or for lab results.  These kits help them take their mind off the underlying reason they are at the hospital.  The children love making projects and they have such a sense of accomplishment when they are finished.  Their faces reflect the enjoyment with smiles.

So far Kasey’s Krafts have made and distributed over 1500 kits.  Kits vary in content; some are made with sticky foam, puppets, posters and puzzles for the younger ones.  For the older patients, there are card making kits and story book kits.  www.kaseyskrafts.com

 

Fort Collins Cat Rescue is a 'Limited Admission, No-Kill Shelter'. This means that because they keep every kitty until it finds its forever home, we have to limit how many come in due to space and financial restrictions.

The rescue and the spay/neuter clinic are having a big impact on the community. Over 1,800 animals have been rescued. Over 8,000 surgeries have been performed at the clinic. The rescue has moved into a bigger and better facility with more space for both the cats and the humans that serve them.

Some of the community outreach that the rescue and clinic have been involved in include providing dry cat food for those who are struggling to feed their pets and taking in abandoned animals from homes that have been foreclosed.

None of this could have been accomplished without the support of the local community.

Laramie River Valley Rendezvous
www.lrvr.org

For the last 20 years, Larimer County's law enforcement personnel have taken approximately 50 co-ed Poudre School District junior high students from single-parent families into the wilderness for a week of camping, white-water rafting, horseback riding, bicycling and hiking in the Rawah Wilderness areas of the Poudre Canyon.

The camp offers teen-agers a week of educational and fun experiences and provides students with positive interactions with police officers.  To be eligible, applicants must be from single-parent families, have no significant negative police or school contacts, and possess a sense of adventure to enjoy a week in the wilderness.

The program is free to participants and is supervised by law enforcement personnel. Applications are available at Fort Collins Police Services, 300 Laporte Avenue and are due May 28. Participants must prepare a written essay explaining why he or she wants to attend and how they believe the Rendezvous will benefit them. All applications must be signed by a parent or legal guardian and from a sponsor.

Various local medical funds

One in particular is for a 10 year old girl who's body constantly multiplies tumors.  The family has to constantly drive to Denver (children's hospital) for treatments.


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Produced by special arrangement with Tams Witmark Music Library, Inc.

Guest
Sept. 21st, 2009
rebroadcasted Sept. 28th, 2009

Duffy Laudick
Actor / Director

An average day in the life of Charlie Brown, made up of little moments picked from Valentine's Day to the baseball season, from wild optimism to utter despair, all mixed in with the lives of his friends from bright uncertain morning to hopeful starlit evening.

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
Show Dates & Location

October 2, 3, 9, 10,
16, 17, 23 & 24, 2009

7 PM
Tickets Adults: $15
Seniors and Students: $12

561 East Garden Drive Unit A, Windsor, CO 80550

Box Office: 970-674-1790

Groups of 8 or more:
discounts are available

www.windsorplayhouse.org


Guests
Sept. 14th, 2009

Gil Moon
Actor / Director and Host of
"The Golden Years Theater"
on KFKA 1310 AM

Bill Miles
Actor & Radio Historian

The Rialto Theater Guild presents
More…Radio The Way It Used To Be
Friday, September 25, 7 pm
Returning to the Rialto with four more live re-enactments of classic radio scripts, The Radio Reader’s Theatre will feature Buck Rogers, Suspense, Gunsmoke and The Bickersons performed by local radio personalities and actors.


Guests
Sept. 7th, 2009

Chris Wyatt
Producer of "Broken Hill"

Chris “Doc” Wyatt, a USC graduate holding an MFA from the Peter Stark Producing Program, has produced six feature films: “Napoleon Dynamite” (Fox Searchlight, 2004), “Think Tank” (CF Entertainment, 2005), “Beneath” (MTV Films, 2006), “Coyote” (Maya Releasing, 2009), the Australian family drama “Broken Hill” (for release September 2009), and “Café” staring Jennifer Love Hewitt (now in Post-production).

Carol Van Natta
Actress, President of Horsetooth Prod.and Co-Director of the
TriMedia Film Festival


www.TriMediaFestival.org

Sept. 11 - 13, 2009
Old Town Fort Collins, Colorado

Opening Night: Lincoln Center
Box Office 970-221-6730
Office 970-221-6735

Other Venues & Maps

Wyatt’s work on Napoleon Dynamite and Think Tank earned him a nomination for the 2005 IFP Indie Spirit “Producer’s Award”. Wyatt’s next film, “Dodge” is projected to begin production Fall 2009.

Broken Hill
Sat., Sept. 12, 7:30 p.m. – Gala Film, Lory Student Ctr. (CSU)

Uplifting musical drama about Tommy, an Australian farmboy and gifted composer and musician, who dreams of auditioning for the prestigious Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Unfortunately, it’s hard to find a good orchestra in the middle of the Australian outback, and neither his father nor the visiting American girl he’s interested in are impressed with his debut. An unexpected incident involving flying watermelons leads him to a group of talented prison inmates, and his best, last chance for his music to be heard. Starring Luke Arnold, Alexa Vega, and Timothy Hutton.  (USA / 102 mins.)  Colorado premiere.


by Woody Allen

Guests
Aug. 31st, 2009

Cindy Peak
Director & Board Member

Nancy Patton
Actress & Board Member

DATES/TIMES

Friday, September 4th - 7pm

Saturday, September 5th -  10am

 

Script Info

Scripts available for 48 hour checkout by calling Cindy at 970-223-3919

 

www.EncoreEncore.org


Encore!Encore! presents

by George M. Cohan

Performing in Fort Collins for one weekend after selling out in Estes Park!

Guest
Aug. 24th, 2009

Cindy Peak
Director & Actress
(occasionally playing the part of
Lois Bentley, the owner of the Baldpate Inn)

Lincoln Center
Upcoming Performances

Friday, August 28          7:00 pm
Saturday, August 29      7:00 pm
Sunday, August 30        2:00 pm

Ticket Info

Tickets $15, group rate available

Tickets on sale through the
Lincoln Center Box Office:
970-221-6730
or
www.fcgov.com/lctix

The Cork
Metal & Muscle Car Show

August 29th 10am - 8pm

Guests
Aug. 24th, 2009
& Aug. 10th, 2009

Robert Warsinski
Manager of The Cork
& Car Show Director

 Jen Edwards
Event Music Director

 JJ Johnson
Master of Ceremonies &
Host of KRFC's "Night Howlers"

Live Music, great Food,
Door Prizes & Giveaways

Stock and Custom
Cars, Trucks & Motorcycles
$5 admission under 10 free

Motorcycle burnouts at 11am
Truck burnouts at 1pm

Judging begins at:
5pm for Cars
6pm for Trucks
7pm for Motorcycles

For Event Details & Sponsorship Opportunities,
Contact Jen at 970-744-0454


Guest Host
Aug. 3rd, 2009

Michael Wolsey

KBDI has taken bold steps in recent months with an historic airing of 9-11 Press for Truth on June 3, 2009. 

Guest
Shari Bernson
Membership Director and Executive Producer at KBDI-TV,
Channel 12 in Denver Colorado.

Shari Bernson is a nationally recognized producer with over 20 years-combined experience in the television, entertainment and media.  She has been a leader in her field and has raised over $17 million dollars for public television.  Shari is also an on-air talent for KBDI and was one of the hostesses during the June 3rd, 2009 airing of 9-11 Press for Truth.  

This 3 hour fund raiser for the Denver PBS station included a screening of this excellent documentary along with in studio interviews with Producer Kyle Hence, Director Ray Nowosielski, 9-11 family member Bob McIlvaine, and members of Colorado 9-11 Visibility who were on hand answering phones. 


Guests
 July 27th, 2009

 Twila Westermann
Creator of "Rockin' with Rockwell"

Terri Mead
Playwriter of "Rockin' with Rockwell"

Mike Lummie
Actor playing Norman Rockwell

Gayle Ann Schwindt
Colorado Production Manager

Rod Bergstrom
Colorado Set Design Manager


To Volunteer for the Sock Hop,
Please contact  Gayle Ann at: 970-443-5352

Rockin' With Rockwell
Friday, August 7, 7:30 pm
Saturday, August 8, 2 & 7:30 pm

Norman Rockwell illustrations come to life when local residents pose in front of beautifully painted backgrounds! Hear the music of Elvis, Frankie, Rosemary, Sinatra and see dances performed from that wonderful era. Fun for the entire family. Proceeds from this event will benefit the Huntington’s Disease Society of America.  Tickets: $15 adult, $10 children 12 & under  Buy Tickets!  Group prices available 


Interview - Part 1
 Rebroadcasted on June 29th, 2009

Interview - Part 2
 Oct. 20th, 2008
Rebroadcast on July 20th, 2009

 David Blume
Author of
"
Alcohol Can Be a Gas!"

Dave taught his first ecology class in 1970. After majoring in Ecological Biology and Biosystematics at San Francisco State University, he worked on experimental projects, first for NASA, and then as a member of the Mother Earth News Eco Village alternative building and alternative energy teams.

He has consulted for a wide array of clients, including governments, farmers, and companies interested in turning waste into valuable and ­profitable products.


Guests
July 6th, 2009
rebroadcasted on July 13th, 2009

Lois Smith
Owner of the Real Balpate Inn
in Estes Park

Listed on the National Register
of Historic Places

Cindy Peak
Director & Actress
(occasionally playing the part of
Lois Bentley, the owner of the Baldpate Inn)

Encore!Encore! and
The Baldpate Inn presents

 Seven Keys to Baldpate
by George M. Cohan

Performed outdoors at the
Historic Baldpate Inn in Estes Park.

Upcoming Performances

  • Friday, July 17, 24, 31 and August 14 at 6:30 pm
  • Saturday, July 18, 25 and August 1, 15 at 2:00 pm
  • Tickets $12 with buffet reservation, or $15 show only

Tickets available through the Baldpate Inn 866-577-5397 or  www.baldpateinn.com


Upcoming Event
4th of July Show

www.KingRockandRoll.com

Guest
June 22nd, 2009

George Gray
"The Elvis Experience"

This will be George Gray's 6th year performing at the Greeley Stampede.  His show starts right after the Fireworks that begin at 9:30pm and go til 10:15pm.  Come see this high energy free show on the Freestage.  


Show Topic: KBDI Fundraising Broadcast of
"9//11 Press for Truth"

Guest
June 7th, 2009

Michael Wolsey

Visibility 9-11 with Michael Wolsey is a weekly radio program and podcast.

A favorite on iTunes, this podcast is one of the longest-running programs found anywhere that focuses on exposing the fraud of September 11th, 2001.

You can subscribe to have each episode delivered directly to your iPod, cellphone or computer.


Special Memorial Day Presentation
May 25th, 2009

Selected tracks from "Words of Freedom" CD.

GEORGE FLYNN: Words of Freedom - Men of Honor


An Shee Eilee
Original Gypsy/Celtic Music at its finest.

From Left to Right: Steve, Elda, Keith, Jacie, & Wade.

Guests
May 18th, 2009

Jacie McConnell
Gypsy Fiddler & Founder of An Shee Eilee

 Wade Blair
Guitarist & Bass for An Shee Eilee

Elda McCuen
Vocalist, Guitarist, Bass & Flute
for
An Shee Eilee

Upcoming Performances

May 23rd, 2009
Avogadros, Ft. Collins, Colorado
7:00 PM Opening for Tuatha!

June 13th, 2009
Bacchus Meadery party
Rainbow Plaza, W. Eisenhower, Blvd, Loveland, CO

June 25th - 28th, 2009
FREE to the public!
South Park Music Tour Festival
Alma Co. (Fairplay)

“AN SHEE EILEE means (The Other Muse).
Their performances result in a style with a Gypsy/Celtic flair.

“AN SHEE EILEE" is a 6 piece group, with all members being multi-instrumentalist, a gypsy dancer, and a story teller/poet came together.

www.AnSheeEilee.com 
www.myspace.com/ansheeelee and www.myspace.com/JacieMcConnell


Cane Master's National Media buzz on NBC, CNN, CBS & PBS all started with one article in the Wall Street Journal.
 Click HERE to read the article


www.CaneMasters.com

The cane is a simple, straight forward and highly effective tool for self defense in the modern world.  It is non lethal, non threatening, and can easily be used by people of all ages.

Guest
May 11th, 2009

Master Peter Donello
Western Regional Director of
Cane Masters

   Peter holds 4th degree Black Belts in Tae Kwon Do and Hapkido.  He is also a Certified Master Instructor in Cane for both the International Combat Hapkido Federation and the Cane Masters International Association.

   Master Donello will be teaching Combat Cane techniques on Saturday, May 16th from 12 until 5 PM at the Academy of Tae Kwon Do in Loveland.

  This training clinic is open to all, anyone from 12 years of age or older.  Martial artists interested in obtaining rank recognition in The Cane Masters system are welcome.  Canes will be provided for those who do not have their own.

Cane Masters Clinic
Saturday, May 16, 2009, 12 -5 PM
$35 per person, pre-registered, $40 at the Door

ML Parr’s TKD Academy
5010 N. Granite St.
Loveland, CO  80538
The school is located 1 mile North of Orchard Shopping center on US 287 at 50th St.
(Beside the Carwash)
 

For more information & details Contact Peter Donello (303) 523-2348
coloradocanemaster@yahoo.com


Guest
May 4th, 2009

James Henager
 Founder of the Henager "Memories and Nostalgia" Museum
and the Vetrens Memorial Memorial

    Henager's "Memories and Nostalgia" along Indiana 57 is unlike any museum you'll find in a big city.It is filled with pop culture and historical keepsakes. Items include: TV & movie heroes and legends, as well as American music displays.



www.Aims.edu

Guest
April 27th, 2009

Jim Crandall
 Communication Media Department
Chair Program Director & Instructor


Upcoming Classes

FVT 250 Scriptwriting for Film / Video
Instructor: George Flynn

CRN: 20681
Loveland Campus

Starting August 28th
To Register Call: (970) 330-8008


Prymal Rythm

New CD Release & Performances

Guests
April 13th, 2009

Prymal Rythm MySpace

Doc
Vocals

Padre
Keys

Jess E. Lee
Bass Player

"Zjhok"
Drummer

www.PrymalRythm.com


Guest
March 30th, 2009


Norm Silver
Actor / Singer of the
17th Avenue AllStars


www.17thAvenueAllstars.com

When not singing bass for the Allstars, Norm Silver works as a professional actor, and has co-starred on television in: The Perry Mason Series, Father Dowling Mysteries, and Diagnosis Murder. He was also featured in the network mini-series Asteroid.

Norm's distinctive voice can be heard representing numerous regional and national clients such as: McDonald's, Metro Ford, The Denver Post and Burger King.

He is also one of Denver's most highly recommended film and commercial acting coaches and can be contacted at:  www.NormSilverWorkshops.net

17th Avenue AllStars
20th Anniversary Performances

Thursday May 14th - Allstars' 20th Anniversary Show 7:30pm
Pasquini's Pizzeria (formerly Acappellas Restuarant)
1336 E. 17th Ave
Denver, CO 80218
tickets are $8 advance and $10 at the door
Tickets Available at:
www.17thavenueallstars.com

Thursday June 18th - Windsor Parks & Recreation Summer Concert Series 6:30pm
Boardwalk Park located at:100 N. 5th Street, Windsor, CO 80550
Free Concert


Guest
March 16th, 2009

Michael Wolsey

Visibility 9-11 with Michael Wolsey is a weekly radio program and podcast.

A favorite on iTunes, this podcast is one of the longest-running programs found anywhere that focuses on exposing the fraud of September 11th, 2001.

You can subscribe to have each episode delivered directly to your iPod, cellphone or computer.


Guests
March 3rd, 2009
Rebroadcast on March 9th, 2009 due to popular demand.

Grand Master Mark Shuey
Creator & Founder of Cane Masters


www.CaneMasters.com

His company has introduced the Cane to a greater audience in the martial arts community, as well as senior citizens and the physically challenged.

Furthermore, Mark travels throughout the world giving seminars on using the cane for self-defense as well as exercise. 

At the start of 2000, Shuey formed the Cane Masters International Association for students of the cane and to certify instructors for his system.

Cane Master's National Media buzz on NBC, CNN, CBS & PBS all started with
one article in the Wall Street Journal.
 Click HERE to read the article.

Master Peter Donello
Western Regional Director of Cane Masters

Peter holds 4th degree Black Belts in Tae Kwon Do, Chon Tu Kwan Hapkido, and is a Master Instructor in the Cane Masters System.  

He is also the Western Regional Director for the Cane Masters, covering Kansas, Nebraska and the Rocky Mountain States.

He currently teaches at Master M.L. Parr's Academy in his home town of Loveland, Colorado and travels the Midwest teaching Cane techniques to Schools and Organizations.

Master Peter Donello
ML Parr’s TKD Academy

5010 N. Granite St.
Loveland, CO  80538
(303) 523-2348
coloradocanemaster@yahoo.com


Guest
rebroadcasted Feb. 16th, 2009
for President's Day

Click Here to visit her website
Eric Peterson

Author / Attorney

www.LifeandLiberty.org


Guests
Feb. 9th, 2009

Richard Gage, AIA
San Francisco Bay Area Architect
and Founder of
Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth

Richard Gage, AIA is the founding member of ae911Truth.org. He has been a practicing Architect for 20 years and has worked on most types of building construction including numerous fire-proofed steel-framed buildings. He is employed with a San Francisco Bay Area architecture firm and has most recently performed Construction Administration services for a new $120M High School campus including a $10M steel-framed Gymnasium. Most recently he worked on the Design Development for a very large mixed use urban project with 1.2M sq.ft. of retail and 320K sq.ft. of mid-rise office space — altogether about 1,200 tons of steel framing.

Richard became interested in the 9/11 WTC high-rise “collapses” after hearing the startling conclusions of a reluctant 9/11 researcher, David Ray Griffin, on the radio in 2006, which launched his own unyielding quest for 9/11 Truth.

 

Fran Shure
Colorado 9/11 Visibility Co-Founder

Colorado911Visibility.org is a multipartisan group of Colorado citizens dedicated to educating the public about what really happened on 9/11.

Colorado 9/11 Visibility
presents:
A multimedia presentation suitable for professionals & laymen alike.
"9/11 Blueprint for Truth:
The Architecture of Destruction"

with Speaker Richard Gage

Friday, February 13, 2009, 7pm
at the Tattered Cover Bookstore (LoDo),  
1628 16th Street at Wynkoop, Denver
$10 suggested donation  
Event Flyer

 

Encore! Encore! Presents:
Butterfly Kisses
Father / Daughter Valentine Dance

  • Fri, Jan 30th: 4pm & 8pm
  • Sat, Jan 31st: 12pm, 3:30pm & 7:30pm
  • Sun, Feb 1st: 1pm & 4:30pm

Guests
Jan. 19th, 2009

Nana & Jeff Tonkon
Founders &
Board Members

For further Info or to volunteer your time, Call Nana/Jeff at 226-2113

Fort Collins Lincoln Center - Canyon West Room
Tickets: $9 each @ Lincoln Center Box Office 221-6730
Lincoln Center - Website Link



Loveland Community Theatre

Presents
 "Blithe Spirit"
by Noel Coward

Benefit for the
Angel House
Interfaith Network

    Performances

  • Friday, Jan. 23rd - 7:30 pm
  • Saturday, Jan. 24th - 7:30 pm
  • Sunday, Jan. 25th - 2 pm
  • Friday, Jan. 30th - 7:30 pm
  • Saturday, Jan. 31st - 7:30 pm
  • Sunday, Feb.. 1st - 2 pm

Guests
Jan. 12th, 2008

Lang Johnson
Director

Cindy Peak
Actress / Cast Member

 

Tickets Available now at the

228 4th Street, Loveland
(970) 962-2120


Jan. 5th, 2009

Katy Little
Storyteller/Anthropologist & host of the
"Story Time Radio"
every Sunday, 6:30pm

Website / E-mail

Story Time Radio's segment "Speaking of History" will be broadcasted on the
"Words of Freedom" show, Monday, January 5th at
5:30 p.m.!

Katy Little, storyteller/anthropologist, of KATY'S TALES, delights her audiences with stories of adventures of her personal travels around the world, nostalgic tales of childhood experiences, tales of pioneers traveling into new frontiers and tales collected from a variety of cultures. She is a firm believer that "Stories are Your Windows to Your World!"   Her time is spent storytelling, teaching classes and workshops and, most recently, presents a Story Time Radio program to bring to the community stories that entertain and educate. She brings guest storytellers to the show so the listeners can hear the variety of styles that storytellers have to offer.



Windsor High School
Music Boosters

The "Four Freedoms" March
To Washington DC

Guests
Dec.14th, 2008

Rachelle Reneau
WHS Band Member

Peggy Gleear
Volunteer / Rachelle's Mother

Matt Unger
Volunteer / Webnaster
& Father of Band Member

These kids have worked really hard all year and have been rewarded with the STATE CHAMPIONSHIP title. Now they are being recognized on the global stage as we prepare to send them to Washington D.C.

For more Information and/or to Donate, please visit:
www.WHS Music Boosters.com


Guest
Dec.8th, 2008

Gil Moon
Director

Windsor Community Playhouse presents a
Special Christmas Show
Dec. 12th & 13th at 7 pm
(Friday & Saturday evenings)

AIR TIME
KRFC 88.9 FM
Mondays, 5:30 p.m. - 6 p.m. MST
(full half hour with no commercials)
Listen Online Click Here

PODCAST

Words Of Freedom
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Rialto Theater in Loveland, CO
December 2nd, 7:30pm
Call 970-962-2120 For Tickets

A Colorado Christmas Concert

Guests
Dec. 1st, 2008
Nov. 17th, 2008

Randy & Heidi Gunn
Singers & Recording Artists

Randy and Heidi Gunn and all of GunnPoint have shared the stage in concert with music industry greats such as Wynonna , Diamond Rio, Josh Turner, Natalie Grant and many others. They have performed live at Nashville's famous Ryman Auditorium for the GAC Broadcast of the CCMA Awards Show.

Upcoming Events

Christmas with the King
www.KingRockandRoll.com

Event Date: Nov. 29th, 2008 - 7:30 PM

Guest
Nov. 24th, 2008

George Gray
"The Elvis Experience"

George Gray and the Elvis Experience Band performs some of Elvis's favorite Gospel / Christmas /and Rock hits, November 29th,  They'l be joined on stage by the "Highlights" an unbelievable choir from Ault High School along with some of the best folks here in this area.

Tickets to the show also include FREE admission to the Festival of Tree's!

Tickets available at the Union Colony Civic Center's web site Christmas with the King or by calling (970) 356-5000.


Show Topic

Healthy & Enviromentally Safe Pet Care

Guest
Rebroadcasted Feb. 23rd, 2009
Nov. 3rd, 2008

Jim Bush
Founder of Happy Trails Pet Spa & Resort

Jim is a former US Marine and Retired Engineer. His love for animals and desire to provide the best pet facility in the Rocky Mountain West has resulted in the construction of Happy Trails Pet Spa.

Jim has loved, bred, shown and trained dogs since his youth in central Iowa.  This facility is his dream to provide the most comfortable, cleanest, safest and most home like location for pet boarding, grooming and training in Colorado.  


Interview - Part 1
 Rebroadcasted on June 29th, 2009

Interview - Part 2
 Oct. 20th, 2008

 David Blume
Author of
"
Alcohol Can Be a Gas!"

Dave taught his first ecology class in 1970. After majoring in Ecological Biology and Biosystematics at San Francisco State University, he worked on experimental projects, first for NASA, and then as a member of the Mother Earth News Eco Village alternative building and alternative energy teams.

He has consulted for a wide array of clients, including governments, farmers, and companies interested in turning waste into valuable and ­profitable products.

Recent work includes a feasibility study for a macadamia growers’ cooperative in Mexico, and a water harvesting/reforestation ­project in Antigua, West Indies.  He is working with a farming college connected to the government of Ghana to develop alternative fuels, to train agricultural extension agents in organic farming, and to design an ecological strategy to stop the Sahara Desert from advancing.

He also recently inspired the city of Urbana, Illinois, to hold a conference between builders, lenders, developers, municipalities, building inspectors, architects, and engineers, to coordinate the mainstreaming of natural building technologies. He has helped the Ford Motor ­Company demonstrate alcohol-fuel-powered vehicles at a series of U.S. events.


Guests
Oct. 13th, 2008

Cindy Peak
Director

Sarah Schmidt
Choreoghaphy & Musical Director

Performances

  • Friday, Oct. 24th - 7 pm
  • Saturday, Oct. 25th - 2 pm & 7 pm
  • Sunday, Oct. 26th - 2 pm

Tickets Available now at the

Rialto Theater
228 4th Street, Loveland
(970) 962-2120

Encore! Encore! Presents

 A Mystery Farce by Fred Charmichael

Tickets: $12 (Includes show and a light dessert).
Group Rate available upon Request


Prymal Rythm

Guests
Oct. 6th, 2008
Prymal Rythm MySpace

Doc
Vocals

Padre
Keys

Nicole
Backing Vocals

"Zjhok"
Drummer

DON'T MISS THE ENCORE OF THE SOLD OUT SHOW AT THE RIALTO!

Also Starring KRFC's own Katy Little & George Flynn.

Encore Performances
Friday & Saturday
Oct. 10th & 11th
at Windsor Playhouse
Windsor Community Playhouse

Before television, there were radio programs like One Man’s Family, Burns and Allen, The Shadow and Superman that brought hours of quality entertainment over the free airways. Those hours of joy, laughter and excitement will be re-lived when The Radio Reader’s Theatre presents their own brand of “live” re-enactments from classic radio scripts featuring northern Colorado actors and radio personalities.


Guests
Sept. 15th, 2008

Gil Moon
Director

Don Kraus
Actor /Director

The Rialto Theater Guild presents
Radio The Way It
Used To Be
Sat., September 20 at 7 pm

Before television, there were radio programs like One Man’s Family, Burns and Allen, The Shadow and Superman that brought hours of quality entertainment over the free airways. Those hours of joy, laughter and excitement will be re-lived when The Radio Reader’s Theatre presents their own brand of “live” re-enactments from classic radio scripts featuring northern Colorado actors and radio personalities.

Also Starring KRFC's own Katy Little & George Flynn.

Rialto Theater,
228 4th Street,
Loveland

Tickets: $12 adult, $10 senior/student Buy Tickets!
Rialto Box Office (970) 962-2120



Nan Desu Kan
Anime Convention

Guest
Sept. 8th, 2008

Matt Porter
NDK Spokesman & Press Coordinator

When

Sept. 12th, 13th
& 14th, 2008

Where

Marriott DTC
4900 S Syracuse St
Denver, CO 80237

www.NDKdenver.org

NDK is a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering the knowledge of Japanese animation, art and culture.  For the past 12 years, they have served the Rocky Mountain anime community by providing a safe, friendly environment for people of all ages to enjoy Japanese animation and culture. NDK got its start in 1996, just a group of anime fans with a desire for a great anime convention in the west, and they have grown to become the largest convention in the Rocky Mountain region. The event offers a variety of programming and original activities throughout the convention weekend, with a focusing on responsibility, integrity and a love of the community.

"Bed of Dreams"

Behind the Scene Pictures

Showing at the TriMedia Festival

Sat., Sept. 6, 12 p.m.
Lyric Cinema 1

Guests
Sept. 1st, 2008

Annie Schlax
Producer of "Bed of Dreams"
Website

Art Thomas
Producer of "Bed of Dreams"
Website

Bob Shaw
Hollywood Director of Photography

Credits include "Hunt for Red October", "Air Force One", "Taxi" & "Cheers" and many others. 

Carol Van Natta
Actress, President of Horsetooth Prod.and Co-Director of the TriMedia Film Festival


www.TriMediaFestival.org

Sept. 5 - 7, 2008
Old Town Fort Collins, Colorado


Prymal Rythm

Upcoming Event
PrymalRhythmPoster.jpg

Prymal Rythm MySpace

"Zjhok"
Drummer

Music has been part of my life since I was just a boy. I have played in rock and roll cover bands as well as writing original music for my entire life. The Native American Cedar Flute and the African Djembe drum are spirit instruments, and speak to me. The drums have been calling to me from eons ago and I have answered with all my heart. I am comfortable behind the kit and enjoy bringing unique, Prymal Rhythms to all who see our shows. Years of playing the music in my soul and sharing my love for Prymal Rhythms made me yearn for the stage again. I found the perfect fit with my brothers Doc, and JD with whom I played my first show 25 years ago. We added our brother Jess E. Lee along with recent additions of Nicole Holley's haunting vocals, and the incredible sylings of Rick Lewis on keyboards. We have been brought together with new purpose, life, and spirit. In addition, I help to bring independent music to the world as part of the team of DJ's at SongPlanet Radio, WSPR SongPlanet.com.

 

Doc
Vocals

The mission was bold, others turned away at the mere prospect. He was no stranger to the seemingly insurmountable odds. Driven he was, by forces deep in the spirit of his Prymal nature. He was identified early in his childhood as one marching to the beat of a different drum! A vision unseen by most, he embraced with tenacity. Lifetimes of human struggle, injustice to peoples and the blindness of man drove him on to find the purpose and meaning of this particular existence. The distractions and distortions of the man made world, served only to strengthen his resolve. He pursued academics of philosophy and medical healing. An artist he became, with his hands and his heart, thru the blessings of the Great Spirit. Music poured from his soul, and passion welled from the depths of his love. The ways of the world could torment him no longer; the cage could not extinguish the flame. Possibilities became the mantra, as friends gathered together. The duty was clear; the price to be paid was set! Prymal Rhythm had begun.

 

Jess E. Lee
Bass

While living on the sun soaked beaches of San Diego, Jess E. lee had an ominous dream that life was about to unfold into a network of beauty and success. Days later he received the call to rejoin his brothers in Colorado in their quest to bring the sounds and messages of life to the world. Which he accepted as providence of his dreams fruition? Packing his life into two garment bags and a guitar case he left to awaken all he met to the Prymal rhythms that vibrate within us all. With eclectic musical influences from Punk to funk, he provides added creativity and innovation to the already life altering sound that is Prymal Rhythm.


Patrick Sheridan
Actor / Filmmaker and President of
Colorado Actors & Screenwriters Assembly

CASA is a community of over 1,600 actors, writers, filmmakers and industry personnel who represent all levels and facets of film and theatre production. Our goal is to establish a “community spirit” that embraces the arts, as well as, its supporting structures.

We strive to achieve these goals through community outreach programs, such as the CASA General Assemblies, free workshops and lectures, and an Internet presence to facilitate community awareness and communication.

CASA members are encouraged to volunteer some of their time and services to assist their fellow artists and thus, their community.  The entire film and theatre community is encouraged to utilize CASA to seek assistance and support from our membership and to offer support in return.

CASA North - Next Meeting Sat. July 26th (2pm - 5pm)


Peter S. Murano
Author & Professor at
Texas A&M University

www.GR SuperMan Book.com

Noel Neill
(The Original Lois Lane)


www.JimNolt.com

For Noel Neill's biography and upcoming appearances,
CLICK HERE.

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NEW BOOK!
"Beyond Lois Lane"


Paddy Moloney
of The Chieftains
Denver Performance

 

Click picture below for more info at:
 
Jan. 16th, 2007 at 7:30 pm


Hollywood Producer,
Brad Wilson, who has produced over 30 motion pictures and
ran Robert Duvall's production company
for 11 years

 Brad Wilson
Award Winning Film Producer
& Vice President of Development and Production


Brad talks with Robert Duvall on the set.

will be in Fort Collins, Colorado conducting his "Acting for the Camera Workshops and Producer Showcases" on December 8th & 9th.

Brad has worked with some of the most renowned actors in the industry. They include Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, Sean Penn, Kevin Spacey, Michael Douglas, Glenn Close, James Earl Jones and many others.

He has been teaching acting for the camera in various cities across the US, including Los Angeles, Nashville and Colorado.


Katherine Albrecht, Ed. M.
RFID and Consumer Privacy Expert
Award-winning Author,
Speaker, Privacy Advocate

Founder and Director,
CASPIAN Consumer Advocacy
(Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering)
Advanced Doctoral Candidate, Harvard University

Lyz McIntyre
RFID and Consumer Privacy Expert
Award-winning Author, Speaker
and Privacy Advocate
Communications Director,CASPIAN Consumer Advocacy

SpyChips.com

NoCards.org

BoycottGillette.com

BoycottBenetton.com

BoycottTesco.com


Eric Peterson
Author / Attorney

Click Here to visit her website

Dennis Busch
Civil War Historian & Creator of BattleVision's
"Battle of Shiloh" CD-ROM

The founders and developers were a father & son team, Dennis Busch, & his two sons, Mike & Peter.  They share a passion for histroy & wanted to bring the people & the events to life in a more dynamic way.

Dennis is the producer and chief historian of the project.  Mike Busch is the principal programmer and software technical expert of the endeavor.

 Peter Busch is the primary designer and principal coordinator of the product.  Visit www.BattleVision.net or call 1-866-795-1861 for more information.


Alex Cord
Actor / Author

Alex has starred in more than 300 television shows, among them Airwolf, Mission Impossible, Walker Texas Ranger, and Murder She Wrote.

He has also starred in more than 30 feature films, including Stagecoach with Bing Crosby and Ann-Margaret, The Brotherhood with Kirk Douglas, Harold Robbins' Stiletto, The Last Grenade with Richard Attenborough, and Fire with Ernest Borgnine.     (WEBSITE LINK)

"Words of Freedom"
Radio Show on


On the Air, KHNC 1360 AM
Every Saturday from 3-5 p.m.
(Mountain Time)

CLICK HERE to listen online.

Call-in Live
(970) 689-8255


Dr. Hugh Ross

 Since 1986 he has led Reasons To Believe, an institute founded to research and proclaim new reasons—from the frontiers of science—for trust in God’s Word and faith in Jesus Christ.

Over the years Dr. Ross has given hundreds of apologetics lectures, seminars, and courses in universities, churches, business firms, and other venues across the U.S. and around the world. His books include The Fingerprint of God, The Creator and the Cosmos, Beyond the Cosmos, The Genesis Question, A Matter of Days, and, as coauthor, The Genesis Debate, Lights in the Sky and Little Green Men, and Origins of Life. He has several more books in progress.

 

After studying physics at the University of British Columbia and astronomy at the University of Toronto, Hugh Ross continued his research on quasars and galaxies as a postdoctoral fellow at the California Institute of Technology. While at Caltech he began serving as minister of evangelism for Sierra Madre Congregational Church.


 

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Ben Costello
Actor / Producer & Author 

    Ben Costello is a self-confessed film and television buff. Starting at the age of five, he has appeared on stage in a variety of dramatic and comedic roles.  He also enjoys writing and directing.  www.50YearsofGunsmoke.com


Tom Parkin
Producer / Director of Photography

The production of the feature film “Broken Fences” took place over 17 days.  As producer and director of photography, he was responsible for the overall “look” of the film.  They used Panasonic HD cameras, a 12 foot crane and a dolly for the production.

www.TomParkinFlms.com

 

"Broken Fences"

Broken Fences has been nominated for THREE awards at the Action on Film Int'l Festival: Best Western Film, Supporting Actress (Earla Stewart) and Best Cinematography (Tom Parkin). Winners to be announced on July 31st! Come support our nominees at AOF Fest! in Pasadena!

www.McGatlinFilms.com


Acting Career Roundtable

Bob Fraser
Writer / Producer of the TV classic, Benson.

Mr. Fraser has written, produced, directed, and/or appeared in hundreds of television episodes and more than 130 stage productions, not to mention several feature films.

He was also the supervising producer &/or writer on such series as Full House, The Love Boat, Harry & The Hendersons and many others.   (WEBSITE LINK)

"Words of Freedom"
Radio Show on


Words of Freedom Forum
On the Air, KRFC 88.9 FM
2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month
from 7:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.

(full half hour with no commercials)

CLICK HERE
for options to listen online.
 Call-in Live (970) 221-5065

Click Here to visit her website

Francie Meyer
Actress
&
Vice President of Horsetooth Prod.

As member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) since 1988, she has performed numerous principal roles in national markets for film, television, and commercials including The Windsor Wizards, Daydreamer, and It's A Miracle.

With 20 years of teaching experience in acting and dance she currently is on the faculty at Colorado State University & teaches at University of Northern Colorado.

A non-profit educational organization that provides networking opportunities for media professionals in Northern Colorado.

Gil Moon
Actor / Director / Producer / Writer
& Radio Personality

Producer of "Intimate Elegance"

He's appeared in  numerous Christian films and commercials and is the weekly Host of  "Senior’s Circle” and "Golden Years Theater” on KFKA Radio.

Along with producing the popular "Intimate Elegance" shows, Gil has been involved with a number of performing arts organizations in California, Utah, Wyoming, and Colorado.

  • "Encore, Encore" in Fort Collins on their annual productions since 1992
  • Active Board Member of the Windsor Community Playhouse since 1997
  • Cheyenne Little Theater Players in Wyoming for Frontier Days musical presentation in 2001

Golden Years Theater
Sundays, 6 pm-12 am
Tune in Online at KFKA's website.
Hosted by Gil Moon


George Gray
and the
Elvis Experience Band

www.KingRockandRoll.com

Rick
Band's Trumpet Player

George Gray
"The Elvis Experience"

George is a well known Actor and Radio Personality who is considered Northern Colorado's Premier Elvis Impersonator.  He has done numerous Independent Preformances & Charity Events.

Tune in Online at KFKA's website.
"
AM Colorado" Co-host
Weekdays, 5 am - 9 am

George is also the Host of the "Swap Shop"
Saturdays, 9 am - 11 am

Click to visit George's site

    When:  Saturday, March 8th
    Pre-Show 7:30pm 
    Where: at The Bayou Steak House
    33131 Hwy 85 in Lucerne just 1 mile north of Greeley.
    Cost: $10 thru March 3rd, ($15 March 4th) 
    For reservations and details, call (970) 356-6262

Nana  Tonkon
Board Member

Lynette Kaiser
Dance Committee

Encore! Encore! Presents:
Butterfly Kisses
Father / Daugter Valentine Dance

    • Fri., Feb. 1st (4:30pm; 8_10pm)
    • Sat., Feb. 2nd (3-5pm; 7_9pm)
    • Sun., Feb. 3rd (1-3pm; 4:30-6:30pm)

Fort Collins Lincoln Center - Canyon West Room
Tickets: $9 each @ Lincoln Center Box Office 221-6730
or at Probascos In Loveland 667-8819
($10 at the door)

For further Info or to volunteer your time,
Call Nana/Jeff at 226-2113


Russell Louie
President of Optimum Choices

Russell Louie has appeared on local TV in Denver, radio shows in Seattle, lectured at the Natural Pet Fair in New York City, been interviewed on Internet radio shows all over the world and lectured at local animal events in the Denver, Colorado area.

He combines his 55+ years of holistic wisdom with his scientific degree to help people and their pets with their health challenges through holistic means. He has 5+ (2007) years of experience using BioSuperfood and BioPreparation on cats and dogs and other domestic animals.


Guest

Lisa McClowry
Singer

Interview Part 2
December 31st, 2007

Interview Part 1 - December 24th, 2007
replayed on
December 22, 2008
Broadcasted on KRFC 88.9 FM

Lisa McClowry is a gifted performer, having provided the movie singing voice a few major films including "Princess" in "The Rugrats in Paris" as well as "Through the Eyes of a Child" for "The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle"

www.BeforeTheTree.com or www.LisaMcClowry.com


Marcus Edwards
Photographer

 



Randy & Heidi Gunn
Award Winning
Recording Artists

FREE CONCERT
in Wellington,
Nov. 11th


Randy Payne
Worship Leader

Cowboy Church Concert at
River of Life Church http://riveroflife.ws/ 

Randy & Heidi Gunn and the GunnPoint Band


Encore! Encore!

Ed Edmund
Distortions Unlimited


at St. Michael's
Oct. 17th - Oct. 31st 2007

Cindy Peak
Director

Sarah Schmidt
Choreoghaphy &
Musical Director

Encore! Encore!

Encore! Encore!
Performances

  • Friday, Nov. 2nd - 7 pm
  • Saturday, Nov. 3rd - 2 pm & 7 pm
  • Sunday, Nov. 4th - 2 pm

Rialto Theater,
228 4th Street,
Loveland

Tickets: $12
Group Rate available for 10 or more
Includes show, dessert and beverages.
Available now at the
Rialto Box Office (970) 962-2120



Norm Silver
Actor / Singer of the
17th Avenue AllStars


www.17thAvenueAllstars.com

When not singing bass for the Allstars, Norm Silver works as a professional actor, and has co-starred on television in: The Perry Mason Series, Father Dowling Mysteries, and Diagnosis Murder. He was also featured in the network mini-series Asteroid.

Norm's distinctive voice can be heard representing numerous regional and national clients such as: McDonald's, Metro Ford, The Denver Post and Burger King.

He is also one of Denver's most highly recommended film and commercial acting coaches and can be contacted at:  www.NormSilverWorkshops.net



Wayne Jones

National Write Your Congressman
www.nwyc.com



Guests:
September 17th, 2007
Broadcasted on KRFC 88.9 FM

Arabian Nights

 Peter Anthony
Director of "Arabian Nights"
Runs: September 1st - 29th

Location
Lincoln Center : Mini Theater
417 W Magnolia, Fort Collins


http://www.fcgov.com/museum/

Kerry Doyle
Fort Collins Museum
Curator of Education

200 Mathews Street, Library Park,
Fort Collins, CO 80524

Phone:
(970) 221-6738



Guests
Broadcasted on REVERE RADIO NETWORK
at
www.RevereRadio.net


www.mwp.com

Dale Newton
Filmmaker & Co-Author

Neil Mandt
Writer / Director /
Producer / Actor
www.LastStopforPaul.com

Dale Newton and John Gaspard, who hail from Minneapolis, Minnesota, have produced three ultra-low-budget, feature-length movies and have lived to tell the tale. Their latest movie is the all-digital feature, "Grown Men."  You can learn more about Grown Men and their other features at their web site www.GraniteProductions.org


Local Art Programs & Upcoming Events


www.FCtix.com

Kirsten Savage
Arts Alive Fort Collins Coordinator

406 N. College Ave , Suite # 200
Fort Collins, CO 80524
(located in the Poudre River Arts Center) 

Phone: 970-482-2232


http://www.fcgov.com/museum/

Kerry Doyle
Fort Collins Museum
Curator of Education

200 Mathews Street, Library Park,
Fort Collins, CO 80524

Phone: (970) 221-6738


Click Here for Air Times

PODCAST
Subscribe
Now!

Broadcasted on REVERE RADIO
www.RevereRadio.net

Presents

Special Segment

Jim Bush
USMC Colonel (Retired)
and Prepareness Expert

Preparedness Links


Chris Cottrill
Editor & Publisher
of
Super 8 Today

Super 8 Today is a professional bi-monthly print publication, an all-new magazine and the first of its kind coming from the U.S. in over 20 years. The magazine is devoted to all aspects of Super-8 filmmaking, be it from aspiring amateurs to today's professionals.

www.Super8Today.com


Kimberly Akeley-Charron
Loveland Museum
Cultural Events Coordinator

Glenn Pfeiffer
Student Committee
Board Member

The Rialto Theater is located at
228 E. 4
th Street

For tickets, please call the
Box Office at 962-2120.

For more information, please call the

Loveland Museum/Gallery
at 970-962-2410.

Online ticketing is also available at:
www.cityofloveland.org.


Natural Health Center
for the Rockies


The Jenkins Family

Dr. Bill Jenkins is a chiropractor and has a masters in physical therapy. He believes that combining the best in chiropractic care with manual physical therapy and rehabilitation results in wholistic long term benefits of optimal healing and wellness.

Tammy Jenkins is a registered nurse and clinical nutritionist. She believes that correcting nutritional deficiencies through superior nutrition and whole food supplementation leads to optimal health

Fort Collins Coloradoan Articles

  1. A Confirmed Skeptic Tries Something New
  2. EAT RIGHT for a Healthier You

Natural Health Center for the Rockies
373 W Drake Rd., Suite 5
Fort Collins, CO

NHCR Phone
970-225-6900


Larry Blamire
Film Director (IMDB)



Show Topic: "A Show For All Seasons"


And The Choice City Singers

Dave Arns
Technical Director

Nancy Burke
Musical Director


Katy Little
Storyteller/Anthropologist & host of the
"Story Time Radio"
every Sunday, 6:30pm

Website

E-mail

Katy Little, storyteller/anthropologist, of KATY'S TALES, delights her audiences with stories of adventures of her personal travels around the world, nostalgic tales of childhood experiences, tales of pioneers traveling into new frontiers and tales collected from a variety of cultures. She is a firm believer that "Stories are Your Windows to Your World!"   Her time is spent storytelling, teaching classes and workshops and, most recently, presents a Story Time Radio program to bring to the community stories that entertain and educate. She brings guest storytellers to the show so the listeners can hear the variety of styles that storytellers have to offer.


Show Topic: The SuperSlab
What is it, Why the Controversy & Current Activities

Click Here to visit site

Click Picture for contact info
Rick Randall

LPCO Legislative Director

SuperSlab Research Links

http://www.NoSuperSlab.org

Marsha Looper - Activist
http://www.GoMarsha.org/issues/issue_super_slab.html


Show Topic:
Behind the Scenes at the TriMedia Festival

Click Here to visit her website

Francie Meyer
Actress
&
Vice President of Horsetooth Prod.

& Co-Director of the

 

 

Mark Hefti
Writer/ Actor /Producer

He starred in two new independent feature films ('Tommorow is Today', and 'An American Vampire in America').

He currently lives in Los Angeles, where he continues to work as a screenwriter and actor.

This Friday night premiere event and gala/VIP party will be attended by the Director, Frederic Lumiere and its Stars, Scout Taylor-Compton (Sleepover, Gilmore Girls) and Mark Hefti (Fandom).

The premiere will be held at the Lory Student Center on the CSU campus.


 

Show Topic:  HD Audio & Industry Trends

Mark Derryberry
Award winning Audio Engineer/Producer

With over 20 years experience in the audio industry, he has recorded hundreds of audio projects, including CD's, Albums, Musicals, Film, TV, Audio Books, CD-ROM, and many others. Founder of Derryberry Audio.

Ginny Sawyer
Neighborhood Administrator

Neighborhood Night Out on Tuesday, August 1st.

Neighborhood Night Out is a traditional event that takes place all over the country on the first Tuesday night in August.

People can join in this celebration by coordinating a block party, ice cream social, potluck on the lawn or any activity that encourages neighbors to come together and get to know one another.

Neighbors that host an event and register with Neighborhood Services will receive a T-shirt and a Goodie Bag and their event will be put on a master map that is distributed to Police, Fire, and Council Members for possible visits.

Events can range from an informal ice cream social to a full-blown block party.

To be eligible for the T-shirt and Goodie Bag, and to get your event on the master map register your event by July 17.

The registration form is available on-line at www.fcgov.com/neighborhoodservices or pick one up at their office at 281 North College (upstairs).

Goodie bags will be available for pick-up starting July 26.
For more information call Neighborhood Services at 224-6046.


Mike Hammock
2004 ICMA Male Vocalist of the Year
 will be performing in Kersey, CO on July 8th

"Words of Freedom" Radio Show on

Words of Freedom Forum
On the Air, KRFC 88.9 FM

2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month
from 7:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.

(full half hour with no commercials)

CLICK HERE for options to listen online.
 Call-in Live (970) 221-5065



Special Broadcast of the
Classic Serials from
the Golden Age of Radio

Courtesy of our Special Guest

Gil Moon
Actor / Director / Producer / Writer
& Radio Personality

Producer of "Intimate Elegance"

Host of
Golden Years Theater
KFKA 1310 AM
Sundays, 6 pm -10 pm
Tune in Online at KFKA's website.
TUNE IN ONLINE - CLICK HERE  


Tattoo Johnson
Former Captain of Buckhorn Skinners,
CSMSA Board of Directors & long time KHNC listener

Heads a team of volunteers that go to Estes Park schools &/or Boy Scouts to do Living History presentations on the frontier way of life.

Jack Riddell
Past President of CSMLA & Buckhorn Skinners Past captain

www.BuckhornSkinners.com


Friends of the NRA History & Local Activities

Jim Kepler
Greeley Friends of the NRA Committee
Chairman

Jerry Snapp
Greeley Friends of the NRA Committee
Board Member

For more information on the Greeley Friends of the NRA
&/or its activities, please call Jerry at (970) 356-1465


Keeping your Graphic / Media computer running.

Garrett Tate
Local PC Repair Specialist

He has worked in hardware, software and network support for over 10 years professionally.  Currently he is the owner of Don’t Panic IT Solutions.

"Words of Freedom"
Radio Show on

Words of Freedom Forum
On the Air, KRFC 88.9 FM
2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month
from 7:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.

(full half hour with no commercials)

CLICK HERE
for options to listen online.
 Call-in Live (970) 221-5065

Jeremy Mooer
Local Mac Repair Specialist

In addition to working with Garrett at Don’t Panic IT Solutions. he has combined his artisitic & computers skills for a marketing company, a web-design company a local art gallery, as well as a number of websites including an online art gallery, (OffTheHookFineArt.com),


Jerry Farringer
Colorado State Muzzleloading Association
Wildlife Director

Bridget Rightmire
Colorado State Muzzleloading Association
Education Director

Ken Kleinsorge
Colorado State Muzzleloading Member
WCF&W Advisor
Greeley Friends of the NRA Committee

CSMLA's WINTER CONVENTION - APRIL 1st & 2nd
at the FORT LUPTON HIGH SCHOOL
for details Click Here

"Words of Freedom"Radio Show on

On the Air, KHNC 1360 AM

Call-in Live
(970) 689-8255

Saturdays from 3-5 p.m. (Mountain Time)

Tune In
CLICK HERE to listen online.


Colorado Property Right Updates from:

Rick Randell
Legislative Director for the
Libertarian Party of Colorado
Contact Info: CLICK HERE

"Words of Freedom"Radio Show on

On the Air, KHNC 1360 AM

Call-in Live
(970) 689-8255

Saturdays from 3-5 p.m. (Mountain Time)

Tune In
CLICK HERE to listen online.


Colorado Political
News & Activities Updates from:

Doug Campbell
State Chairman for the
American Constitution Party

Contact Info: CLICK HERE

"Words of Freedom"Radio Show on

On the Air, KHNC 1360 AM

Travis Nicks
State Chairman for the
Libertarian Party of Colorado

Contact Info: CLICK HERE


Show Topic
Firearms & the Shooting Sports

Jim Bush
Retired Military
& Long Time KHNC Listener

Jesse Herron
Co-Host of "The Bill of Rights Hour"

Jesse will be calling in with an on location report from the Tanner Gun Show.

"Words of Freedom"
Radio Show on


On the Air, KHNC 1360 AM
Every Saturday from 3-5 p.m.
(Mountain Time)

CLICK HERE to listen online.

Call-in Live
(970) 689-8255


"Words of Freedom"
Radio Show on

Rocky Mountain College Rendezvous

4 CSMLA members joined us on Saturday to explain about the upcoming Rocky Mountain College Rendezvous 2005 and its history.

J.E. "Duke" Paulsen aka "Smoke Talker"
Board Member Segundo

Linda Paulsen aka
"Irish Lace"
Instructor

Steve Farrington aka
"Wile E. Coyote"
Board Member Booshway

John Webb aka
"The Judge"
Class Coordinator


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