Recent SPR Events

SPR spent an evening discussing treatment developments for Multiple Sclerosis, or MS. Doug Nadvornick hosted a public health forum on March 19 in the Spokane City Council Chambers. Audience members brought questions and engaged in a helpful discussion about living with this disease, an unpredictable assault on the central nervous systems of more than 2 million people worldwide.

The forum is occasionally televised on City Cable 5.

The forum was FREE thanks to event donors Horizon Hospice, the Journal of Business, Providence Medical Services, and Washington State University Spokane.

Young and Auld alike had a grand time at the March KPBX Kids' Concert, the Celtic Dance Party with Floating Crowbar. Three of the band's members -- James Hunter, Don Thomsen, and Rick Rubin -- kept the jigs, reels, and hornpipes coming from the stage of the Riverside Place Auditorium.

Thank you to all who came to the Recordings & Videos Sale on Feb. 21 and 22. The sale proved to be one of our biggest yet, with hundreds of collectors shopping through hundreds of thousands of LPs, CDs, DVDs and more. All proceeds will go to programming on KPBX, KSFC, and KPBZ.

Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Spokane Public Radio
Donate your gently-used records, CDs, and DVDs for the annual Recordings and Videos Sale to take place February 21 & 22. SPR staff and volunteers will be standing by to help you unload your albums and provide refreshments plus tours of the station and studios.

 

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Four members of the violin family took the spotlight on Saturday, January 17 for the KPBX Kids' Concert with Sixteen Strings. The FREE, all-ages concert started at 1 p.m. at the Bing Crosby Theater, 901 W. Sprague Ave.

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