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After a long extensive last night's outing, amidst Sasquatch's woods, wandering Ghostly shadows, under UFO-lit skies. Was it all Worth it? Did we see Any of it? Tune in and find out! 323-443-7201 on in, or Chatroom it up at Https://Www.BlogTalkRadio.Com/BarnCatRadio
A lone BarnCat Braves a Ballgame amidst footballing Bulldogs ToNiGhT, as the Bellingham Bulldogs Minor League Local Home Team takes on Puyallup's Kings at Lummi High. A BarnCat Radio First, as B to the C to the R Tries his Handy Claws at Sportscasting, Tabled With W.A.R.N.'s Travis Fletcher for All the Yardgae we can Cover! Not a Call-In Show, but Do tune in Anyway!
Join hosts Lynda and Lori as they discuss the upcoming Ferndale school bond levy with school board member Andrew McLaurin, Ferndale High School principal Aaron Kombol, and Ferndale High School athletic director Vic Randall. Have a question for our guests? Call toll free 855-345-4718 during the show. Tonight's show will also feature a very special announcement courtesy of the Silver Reef Casino! Have something to sell? Call the Tuesday Night Classifieds during the last ten minutes of the show, and you'll have 60 seconds to describe your item, state your price, and give your contact information....a free community service from the Ferndale Life Talk Show!
Tonight's show is sponsored by Lummi Nation and Silver Reef Casino. Join us at the Silver Reef Casino's beautiful new events center Thursday, January 23 from 5 to 8 pm for a ballot party!
Artists and show hosts, Mike Dubisch, Carolyn Watson Dubisch, and Wade Zahares talk with artists from all walks of life. Our first guest is the artist known only as Sinful Edge.From Phoenix, Arizona, the young visionary paints what he calls metal influenced art. His disturbing imagery will haunt you as it inspires you be sure to see his horrific visions of other worlds. To fully experience it I suggest you follow him on tumblr at sinfuledge.tumblr.com and listen in to our show for his unique outlook. Our second guest will be William Pope, the owner and director of the Zullo Gallery and Center for the Arts since 1988. Over the past 23 years the gallery has presented more than 100 art exhibitions. Shows have featured members of The New England Watercolor Society, The Copley Society of Boston, The Boston Printmakers as well as individuals from The Fort Point Arts Community in South Boston and The Brickbottom Artists Cooperative in Somerville. Our final guest is Nina Laden, an award-winning, best-selling children’s book author and illustrator who lives in Seattle and on Lummi Island, WA, but mostly she lives in her imagination. She grew up in the New York city area, the daughter of two artists and received a BFA from Syracuse University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts. She has over a dozen books in print including “The Night I Followed the Dog,” “When Pigasso Met Mootisse,” and “Roberto the Insect Architect.” She also visits schools and inspires students to be creative. Join us for great conversations in art.
This episode features highlights from the Seattle Community Learning Exchange. Hear from three of the teams: Lummi Cedar Project, University of Texas-Pan American, and Michigan State University as they talk about how they'll take the lessons of the CLE and a newly crafted plan of action back to their home communities.
The Lummi Cedar Project has been incorporating the practice of collective leadership into its program for more than five years. In 2010, the organization's leaders decided to expand their youth leadership development project from a summer activity into a year-round venture. In this episode, Program Director Misty Kopplin discusses how the Cedar Project has changed over the years and the impact that growth is having on local youth.
Native Hoop is on the air once again, with
1 crAYEzeeNDN and "the Quiet one". Live call in from Big Trub from the West Coast American Indian Music Awards. (Lummi, Washington)
Adolescence is commonly a time of rebellion during which many people reject traditional ways. But at the Lummi CEDAR Project in Bellingham, Washington, youth are tapping into local cultural tradition while discovering their collective capacity to create change. For this episode, we're joined by CEDAR Project Executive Director Shasta Cano-Martin and Program Director Misty Oldham to discuss how they are combining peer learning, cultural traditions and collective leadership principles to nurture a new generation of community change agents.
Here is a chance to learn about artist Lois Chichinoff Thadei (Aleut) & others who will be featured in this upcoming show coming to La Conner, WA on Jan 23rd.
SKAGIT COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM
501 S. 4th Street • P.O. Box 818 • La Conner, WA 98257 tel. 360.466.3365 • fax 360.466.1611
FOR IMMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Gathering of Native Artists on
January 23 at County Museum La Conner,WA
Award-winning Pacific Northwest artists will be featured at “A Gathering of Native Artists 2010” to show and sell a variety of fine Native art on Saturday, January 23, from 11 am to 4 pm at Skagit County Historical Museum in La Conner.
Participating in this popular annual event are noted artists Sharon Akers (Omaha), Leslie Eastwood (Samish), Bill James (Lummi), Fran James (Lummi), Michelle Jefferson (Lummi), Barbara McCoy (Swinomish), Betty Pasco (Suquamish), Kevin Paul (Swinomish), Lillian Pitt (Wasco), Mary Snowden & Robert Eagle Bear (Lummi), Felix Solomon (Lummi), Lisa Telford (Haida) and Lois Chichinoff Thadei (Aleut). Visitors are invited to gather around, watch and learn as the artists carve, weave, make baskets or hats, knit and create sculptures. Visitors can also participate in a first-time-ever silent auction of the artists’ works. The Museum is located at 501 S. 4th Street, at the top of the hill in La Conner. Admission: Adults $4, Seniors $3, Families $8. For more information call 360.466.3365 or visit www.skagitcounty.net/museum
Note from Host/Producer Robin Carneen:
I attended the show last year & it was a standing room only exhibit & all the art was outstanding & unique! Don't miss out if you can make it to this area.
Following this interview With Janet Oakley, Lois Chichinoff Thadei & possibly others, we will have open mic & discuss Haiti & how people can help!
And of course we will share some wonderful Native American music too!
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