Help kick off WERU’s 30th Anniversary Year by attending our “Founders and Friends Stone Soup Lunch” on Saturday, March 24th, 11:30 to 2:00 at the Orland Community Center.
Want to learn how to resolve conflicts more skillfully? How to be sensitive to others while still meeting your own needs? How to have easier and deeper relationships? You can learn how to do this by participating in a two-day interactive workshop on Saturday and Sunday, April 7 and 8 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, called “Beginning the Journey of Nonviolent Communication and Empathy.”
On Wednesday, March 28 at 4:00 p.m., join WERU’s General Manager, Matt Murphy, for the WERU Review, when he’ll ask listeners for input into the future of the radio station. What are our biggest challenges and opportunities over the next 1-3 years? What are potential goals and strategies?
Featured Artist of the Week
Folk artist Casey Abrams is our “Featured Artist” this week. Each morning at 7:45 AM our volunteer disc jockey will play a cut from his 2007 self-titled album and will give away a FREE pair of tickets to his show with the Maine Youth Rock Orchestra on Saturday, March 24th at 7:30 PM in the Strand Theatre (345 Main Street in Rockland) DJ Denis will interview Casey at 8:30 AM on Friday, March 23rd!
Who are the people who host music shows on WERU? They do all sorts of things and come from all sorts of backgrounds. One of them is Melisenda Ellis.
What do you do at WERU Community Radio?
Since 2010 I have hosted Wednesday’s On the Wing, a show of eclectic music of all kinds. Before that I co-hosted and hosted a number of overnight shows (Northern Journeys, Insomniac’s Mix, and Beyond the Veil) starting in February 2003.
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