Take the WERU BoatTalk Cruise on June 17!

Join WERU for the ever-popular annual BoatTalk Cruise on Saturday, June 17, leaving the Northeast Harbor Town Dock at 6pm on board the Sea Princess and returning at 9pm.   

Call WERU during weekday business hours at 469-6600 to purchase tickets.  Tickets are $20 per person with children under 12 free.  All tickets must be bought in advance and with credit card only.  

Many thanks to Sea Princes Cruises for donating the use of their fine vessel!

RAIN OR SHINE (the vessel is covered). Read more »

WERU's Pat Fowler Named National Federation of Community Broadcasters' Volunteer of the Year for 2017!

Pat Fowler, a long-time volunteer at WERU, has been selected as the "2017 Volunteer of the Year" by the National Federation of Community Broadcasters, by virtue of her almost three decades of volunteer service.

"What an amazing reward—a national award for something which I’ve thoroughly enjoyed.  It’s just as astounding to be singled out within the WERU community where so many people give so much time, work and thoughtful caring." - Pat Fowler 

Doc Morrill of "Down Home Country" to be Inducted into Maine Country Music Hall of Fame!

William "Doc" Morrill, the longtime host of Down Home Country on WERU, Thursday mornings at 9:00-10:00 and rebroadcast on Sunday mornings at 5:00-6:00, will be inducted into the Maine Country Music Hall of Fame on June 11.

Congratulations Doc!

Watch Doc Morrill's interview on WVII ABC 7 TV on April 20, 2017. Read more »

Protect Public Media Funding!

In the FY2018 full budget proposal submitted to Congress by the Trump Administration, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting is defunded. 

Chances are WERU Community Radio has made a difference to you. What we do is made possible in part by federal funding we receive through the CPB, 25% of our budget, actually.

You can tell Congress "No to zero" funding and help protect Community Radio! Read more »

All Roads Lead to Belfast: The 2017 All Roads Music Festival

By Bowen Swersey, Stone Poet Publications

For the third year in a row, festival organizers Meg Shorette and Joshua Gass picked a perfect day to present their All Roads Music Festival. It was sunny and 65 degrees, the perfect spring day, and apple blossoms abounded all over Belfast.

Unlike many festivals, All Roads refuses to be limited to a single musical genre. From the thirty-plus musical groups and half-dozen solo performers, festival goers are treated to a vast array of musical styles and tastes, including Folk, Americana, Country, Rock, Hard Rock, Soul, R&B, Hip-Hop, and synthesized Ambient sounds. Within that mix, there is something for everyone. Read more »

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