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Sunday – March 30th – Oak Harbor High School

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Entertainment for all ages ~ Sunday, March 30th. 2:30 to 4:30pm

Oak Harbor High School - 1 Wildcat Way

A Sunday Afternoon Showcasing Whidbey Island Talent

m_With all, unicycle and jubbling pins 3Emceed by Admiral Bill McDaniels, USN, Retired, this show starts off with a bang and never stops.  Family friendly and action packed, this show features Karin BlaineThe Muse and eye (Russell Clepper and Sarah Dial Primrose), Recipe for Disaster (circus performers Matt Hoar and Siobhan Wright), David Locke on the accordian, Gwen Sipes (belly dancer), Tony Read, Lowell Sipes, Jack Hubbart, Meredith Reichmann, Allenda Jenkin and MUCH MORE.

m_Avi, Matt and Siobhan 3Sponsored by Whidbey Island women entrepreneurs & Whidbey Weekly in recognition of Women’s History Month.

The women-run businesses  include Whidbey Life MagazineLavender Wind Farm store in Coupeville, Click Music in Oak Harbor, Swift Copies in Coupeville, and Amy Carpenter of AAC Design of Coupeville.

Concessions will be available, courtesy of Whidbey’s own Chef Edward Gallo!

Advance TICKETS AVAILABLE at the following Whidbey locations 

Langley - Moonraker Books

Greenbank – Greenbank Farms Cheese Shop

Coupeville - Lavender Wind Farm store & Lind’s Drug

Oak Harbor - Click Music

$10 for adults and $2 for children (15 and under).  ALSO available at the door on March 30th

Special Access and Seating – IS AVAILABLE!  Please arrive no less than 45 minutes in advance.

 This is a family-friendly fundraiser is designed to support Whidbey’s only community-run radio station, streaming 24 hours daily, seven days a week from www.kwparadio.org

SeculaRadio and Jersey Flight

SeculaRadio host Tom Smith interviews skeptical thinker Jersey Flight in a 2 part series.

Jersey Flight is a former Christian minister, Founder of The Skeptic Thinker and a speaker and writer on the potential there is no God. 

Listen in as Tom and Jersey discuss the in’s an out’s of religious belief and behavior and whether or not there’s proof God exists.

Do you believe in God?  Are you not sure?  Atheist, Agnostic or Believer these interviews will interest you.

Part ONE 

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Part TWO

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SeculaRadio does not represent the opinions or positions of Whidbey AIR public radio, it’s volunteer board, hosts, engineers, members, sponsors or window washers. The content of this show is developed by Tom Smith himself and strictly represents his own opinions.

Annual Studio visit with Whidbey Farmers Georgie Smith & Vicky Brown

Whidbey farmers, and farmers all over the world, are busy people.  They’re ruled by the seasons and the weather, neither of which are constant, and hard to pin down.

Once a year in late winter Whidbey farmers, Georgie Smith of Willowood Farm and Vicky Brown of Little Brown Farm join Gwen in the studio for their annual “what’s up on the farm” chat.  A farm tour for your ears.

You’ll find the listen link at the end of this post. 

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“Grown locally, naturally…” Willowood Farm of Ebey’s Prairie is a small, 4th generation farm located on Whidbey Island north of Seattle.  Run by Farmer Georgie, the farm grows a large variety of mixed vegetables.  Willowood sells at  local farmers and farm store markets, grocery stores and restaurants in the Pacific Northwest.

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Little Brown Farm is about passion. Passion for animals, passion for cheeses, passion for community and passion for family farms.  Owned by Vicky Brown, the Chief Milkmaid and Tom Brown, the Chief Muckman, Little Brown Farm brings fine dairy products to markets on Whidbey, and to restaurants throughout the Pacific Northwest.

Listen to this round table chat with 2 of Whidbey’s most prolific farmers by clicking the link below. 

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KWPA WhidbeyAIR would like to thank our members and sponsors for making it possible for us to maintain a studio, centrally located on Whidbey, for community use.  

Whidbey AIR logo 20130513 180x124To Support WhidbeyAIR go to our support page.  We’re all community, all volunteer and appreciate your support.  WhidbeyAIR is a registered 501(c)3.  Contributions are tax-deductible.