Hosted by Ursula Ruedenberg
Board members of the Raptor Resource Project, John Dingley and Neil Retting, help celebrate the arrival of the first hatchling of this year, a culmination of dreams, tragedy, and rebuilding. The Decorah Eagles are an international sensation for raising young under the Decorah Video cam that makes it possible to watch up close.
Susan Franzen and Gina McAndrews travel to Blumsters on Main in Huxley to speak with owner and former owner Tracy Sheldahl and Julie Huxford; then go to Slater visit with to Larry Larson, owner of Town and Country Market in Slater; and then to The Iowa Arboretum to speak with Joe McNally – Horticulture Project Manager. Coming up: Spring Fever Symposium
Doug Getter of the Webster City Community Theatre describes community-based performances of Cheaper by the Dozen April 1-3 and April 8-10. Friday/Saturday shows are at 7:00 PM and there is a Sunday matinee at 2:00 PM.
Nevada Public School bandleader Wade Presley describes the brand new Steinway piano that was purchased as a community effort in Nevada for the school district. Dr. Mei-Hsuan Huang, assistant professor of piano at Iowa State University, will be performing a concert of piano music Sunday, April 10, 2016, at 2:00 PM in the Nevada Community Tope Auditorium. The concert will be the first public performance on the new piano.
- Raptor Resource Project
- Decorah Video cam
- Webster City Community Theatre Cheaper by the Dozen
- Blumsters on Main in Huxley
- Town and Country Market in Slater
- The Iowa Arboretum
- Spring Fever Symposium
Originally broadcast 03/30/2016
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