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Mill Street Loft at Mizzentop

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January 28, 2015
Mill Street Loft at Mizzentop

    The award-winning, multi-arts organization, Mill Street Loft, has formed a partnership with Mizzentop Day School to offer year-round, visual arts classes in Pawling on the Mizzentop campus.      For 33 years, Mill Street Loft (MSL) has built their reputation by changing lives through the arts.  Based in Poughkeepsie, MSL offers year-round...
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Stone Soup Committee Presents Community-Fest on Friday, January 30th

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January 28, 2015
Stone Soup Committee Presents Community-Fest on Friday, January 30th

The Stone Soup Community-Fest is a night of fun and educational workshops. Each workshop is hosted by talented and skilled community members and are given solely to inspire and educate anyone who wants to attend. It is a great night for family, friends, and community bonding. We have some great new workshops this year as...
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Rescheduled Board of Education Meeting and Public Hearing for Alternative Veterans’ Exemption

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January 27, 2015
Rescheduled Board of Education Meeting and Public Hearing for Alternative Veterans’ Exemption

School Begins Wednesday, January 28, 2015 RESCHEDULED BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING The Board of Education meeting has been rescheduled for Wednesday, January 28th at 7:30 pm at the Pawling Elementary School. The Public Hearing for the Alternative Veterans’ Exemption has been rescheduled for Monday, February 9, 2015 at 7:30 pm. Site: Elementary School Multipurpose...
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Reflections on a Silver Screen: American Sniper and Selma

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January 27, 2015
Reflections on a Silver Screen: American Sniper and Selma

Knowledge is, ideally, a shared and common tool for change within this society; our nation’s established principle of free speech, while undeniably subject to constant abbreviation and petitioning, has gone far in encouraging an open dialogue regarding issues both within this country and its place overseas. The cinema (not as an art form, but...
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Animal Stories: Events as Safe Haven Farm Santuary

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January 25, 2015
Animal Stories: Events as Safe Haven Farm Santuary

  Story # 6.  Daisy the Mini Goat               Hello, this is Bill Crain from Safe Haven Farm Sanctuary, in nearby Poughquag.  Each month I tell you a story about one or more of the animals we have rescued.  Today the story will be about an elderly mini-Goat, Daisy, who recently passed...
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Calling All Radios!

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January 24, 2015
Calling All Radios!

   
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Pawling Chamber of Commerce Meeting Held at WPWL

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January 23, 2015
Pawling Chamber of Commerce Meeting Held at WPWL

  Pawling Public Radio hosted the Pawling Chamber of Commerce meeting on Tuesday night, January 20, where business was highlighted and a bit of fun was thrown in for good measure.  With a tasty dinner of hearty beef stew from Black Bear Restaurant and Tavern in Wingdale, close to thirty chamber members attended at...
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Annual Membership Drive Continues!

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January 22, 2015
Annual Membership Drive Continues!

  If you became a supporting member of PPR last year, it may be time to renew your membership! When you support our community radio station, you help fund the 47 original educational and informative programs currently aired on our web streaming station.  You help us provide two college scholarships to deserving local graduating...
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Bits of Inspiration: Ch Ch ch Changes

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January 22, 2015
Bits of Inspiration: Ch Ch ch Changes

A couple of weeks ago, I had the opportunity to go with my family to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, courtesy of my husband’s company. It was a wonderful getaway from the gray, heavy skies of a New York winter—beautiful azure blue sky; rolling blue green surf engulfing huge San Andreas fault boulders; breaching gray...
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Brewster Dance Studio offers Free Story time Program

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January 21, 2015
Brewster Dance Studio offers Free Story time Program

Parents join their children in a fun and creative story time Story Time with a Twist is a new story time group combining movement, music and mostly just fun! Seven Star School of Performing Arts is offering this program to the community for free. The program is taught by owner/director/choreographer, Nicole Aravena. This program is...
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Alternative Veterans’ Exemption Public Hearing

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January 19, 2015
Alternative Veterans’ Exemption Public Hearing

January 26, 2015 – 7:30 pm Pawling Elementary School – Multipurpose Room 7 Haight Street, Pawling, NY 12564   In 1984, the New York Legislature amended the Real Property Tax Law (RPTL) and enacted a new, at that time, alternative veterans’ exemption.   The original alternative veterans’ exemption provided each county, city, town, and village the choice of whether to grant the exemption, providing a reduction in taxes...
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18th Annual Sportsman Dinner at the Pawling Firehouse

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January 19, 2015
18th Annual Sportsman Dinner at the Pawling Firehouse

           
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Pawling Tigers Varsity Girls Basketball Update

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January 19, 2015
Pawling Tigers Varsity Girls Basketball Update

  The Pawling Tigers Varsity Girls basketball team hosted Dover on January 8. The entire team contributed to the win for Pawling.  Courtney Meissner and Shannon Ward led Pawling with 10 points each.  Pawling defeated Dover with a final score of 42-19.   The Pawling Girls then traveled to Bronxville on January 10.  They...
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Stand-Up Comics to Perform and Music by the Lake

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January 16, 2015
Stand-Up Comics to Perform and Music by the Lake

STAND-UP COMICS MICK DIFLO, REGINA DECICCO AND FRANK GENTILE TO PERFORM AT ARTS ON THE LAKE   Comics Mick Diflo, Regina DeCicco and Frank Gentile will perform at Arts on the Lake on Saturday, January 24, at 8 pm.   Following the success of the first Stand-Up Comedy Night in November, Arts on the...
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KIDNEYS: What They Do For Us & What We Can Do For Them

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January 15, 2015
KIDNEYS: What They Do For Us & What We Can Do For Them

Our kidneys are one of the essential organ systems;  we cannot survive if their job is not done.  What makes them so important? When functioning properly, they keep our systems in balance. When they stop working , the result is  called kidney or renal failure (note, the latin term renal,meaning kidneys, is used interchangeably...
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Arts on the Lake

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January 14, 2015
Arts on the Lake

  Arts on the Lake   Narratives in Art Works of art often tell stories. In this class, children will explore how narratives and stories can be told visually, using color, line, gesture, composition, and symbolism. The projects will include creating story vases, making miniature theaters, sculpting portrait...
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Listen to PPR’s Archived Shows on Mixcloud

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January 12, 2015
Listen to PPR’s Archived Shows on Mixcloud

For those of you who missed the original broadcasts, PPR is archiving most of our older radio shows on Mixcloud.  If you would like to hear shows such as the Clerics Corner, Intermission, A Slice of Life, Celtic Oracle, The Creative Writing Circle discussions and many more, click the link below. Of course, check...
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Our Community Calendar Is Here(An Update!)

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January 12, 2015
Our Community Calendar Is Here(An Update!)

  Community Calendar Update! Now that we have all Pawling Events listed in one place, and  a format that is comprehensive, and easy to read, all community members need to do is click on Community Calendar on the top banner on our web site and Voila!  Everything Pawling at your fingertips!  Nothing to download...
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Winter Art Classes and Exhibits at Putnam Arts Council

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January 12, 2015
Winter Art Classes and Exhibits at Putnam Arts Council

WINTER @ THE Belle Levine Art Center, Mahopac Draw, Paint, Sculpt, Spin, Develop & More!  Affordable winter ART classes begin the end of January with many new offerings and ongoing favorites including pottery,  painting, drawing, and photography. New adult offerings  include – Drawing: Preparing the Sketchbook with Joann Zwolski and Driven to Abstraction with Jeanne...
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“Vinyl and New Arrivals” – Live Sunday’s at 11 am (Songs Played January 11th)

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January 11, 2015
“Vinyl and New Arrivals” – Live Sunday’s at 11 am (Songs Played January 11th)

Mike Shustak and Andrew Nathans will play new music you typically don’t hear on the radio, and older music from our turntable you may or may not have heard on your typical classic rock  station. The show is called “Vinyl and  New Arrivals ”  Andrew and Mike will take turns playing music from each...
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“It Must Be Love” Poetry Slam for Valentine’s Day on WPWL

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January 11, 2015
“It Must Be Love” Poetry Slam for Valentine’s Day on WPWL

Do you have a favorite love sonnet by Shakespeare?   How about a classic love poem written before 1923?  How about a love poem that you have penned yourself?  Would you like to come into the WPWL studio and record them for our Valentine’s Day special to be aired on February 14th?  Maybe you...
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Financial Focus: Consider These New Year’s Financial Resolutions

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January 10, 2015
Financial Focus: Consider These New Year’s Financial Resolutions

  Now that 2015 is upon us, you may be thinking about making some New Year’s resolutions. Perhaps you’ll decide to take up a musical instrument, or hit the gym more often, or even learn a new language. All these are worthy goals, of course — but you could also gain some key benefits...
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Indie Hour – Tom Simmons

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January 9, 2015
Indie Hour – Tom Simmons

PPR Listeners….I will be exploring independent venues and artists in New York, discussing influence, history and sustainability while bringing you music from the emerging indie underground. Field reporting and studio sessions combine for an hour dedicated to conscience, connection and community with a main focus on our local Hudson Valley. The Indie Hour airs...
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FrOGS Calendar of Events for January/February/March 2015

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January 9, 2015
FrOGS Calendar of Events for January/February/March 2015

  Hike to Pine Island (ice permitting) Saturday, January 24 (NOON) A perennial favorite! A short, but moderate to difficult, hike over the ice to Pine Island (not for children under 12 or those with heart problems). An alternate hike location will be selected if there is no ice. Due to limited space and...
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How Special Are We?

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January 9, 2015
How Special Are We?

  Obtaining an FCC low power FM license for a community radio station isn’t a common occurrence. In 2000, the FCC window of opportunity produced 1,325 granted licenses from among 3,250 applications filed nationwide.  That’s because the FCC requirements for these licenses are stringent. Applications require planning and proper engineering consultation to fill out...
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New BINGO Games at the Pawling Firehouse Continue

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January 8, 2015
New BINGO Games at the Pawling Firehouse Continue


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Our Town: Pawling’s Rotary Club…Focused on Community

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January 6, 2015
Our Town: Pawling’s Rotary Club…Focused on Community

  In May of 1940, Pawling’s Rotary Club was established to serve the Pawling community by raising funds to support organizations, non-profits, and projects with missions that were devoted to the betterment of the community and the lives of those who lived within it. This May, if you haven’t already done the math, Pawling’s...
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Animals for Adoption at the Animal Rescue Ark

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January 5, 2015
Animals for Adoption at the Animal Rescue Ark

Adopt Me Listed below are some of the pets that are up for adoption. If you are interested in any of our “Little Friends”, please let us know by downloading and filing out our Adoption Application and Agreement Form. Then, give us a call so we can arrange a time for you to meet...
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Girl Scout Gold Award

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January 3, 2015
Girl Scout Gold Award

Brewster Girl Scout, Jacqueline Carey,  recently began a Gold Award Project named “Book Banter.” Book Banter will be a teen book review website that will contain reviews of books made by members of our local community. The Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest award a Girl Scout can earn, combines leadership development, career exploration...
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PPR’s Arts Calendar 2015

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January 1, 2015
PPR’s Arts Calendar 2015

HAPPY 2015!       from PPR-WPWL LOCAL arts venues:   GALLERY ON THE GREEN  7 Arch St., Pawling :  EARTHLY DELIGHTS II CERAMICS, SCULPTURE, MIXED MEDIA AND TEXTILES featuring the amazing works of 10 area artists continues thru January 9th.. Gallery hours:  845-855-5642 / www.gotgpawling.com.  Also Further information about the artists and the exhibit may be...
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Reflections on a Silver Screen: “Into the Woods”

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December 27, 2014
Reflections on a Silver Screen: “Into the Woods”

For the last fourteen years, the question has been raised every now and again as to whether or not the American musical will survive as a film genre in the twenty-first century. There were some optimists at the start of the new millennium – films like Moulin Rouge (2001) and Chicago (2002) seemed to...
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Indie Hour: East Coast Rednecks

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December 25, 2014
Indie Hour: East Coast Rednecks

  PPR Listeners….I will be exploring independent venues and artists in New York, discussing influence, history and sustainability while bringing you music from the emerging indie underground.  Field reporting and studio sessions combine for an hour dedicated to conscience, connection and community with a main focus on our local Hudson Valley. The Indie Hour airs...
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200,000 Pages Viewed!

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December 22, 2014
200,000 Pages Viewed!

On December 16, WPWL’s web site passed another major milestone with over 200,000 pages viewed.  Pawling Public Radio has been keeping the community up to date with educational articles about things you need to know and informative articles about area happenings.  Organizations continue to share their news with us so that we can share their news with...
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Acting Classes at the Studio Around the Corner

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December 22, 2014
Acting Classes at the Studio Around the Corner

The Town of Southeast Cultural Arts Coalition is proud to announce new acting classes at the Studio Around the Corner at 67 Main Street, Suite 101 in Brewster, NY. Spotlight Arts Inc. has designed a range of classes to be taught by local acting teachers and directors. Students will be taught the fundamentals of theatre,...
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Update on the Oblong Conservancy

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December 21, 2014
Update on the Oblong Conservancy

                            Dear Neighbor, Land conservation is alive and well in the Harlem Valley. This past year we have made great strides and are writing to tell you about new initiatives that require the continued support of conservation-minded people like you. All...
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WPWL – Pawling Public Radio Seeks Community Media Volunteers

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December 11, 2014
WPWL – Pawling Public Radio Seeks Community Media Volunteers

  Pawling Public Radio (WPWL) is currently recruiting new volunteers to support and enhance their community programs and services. WPWL is a non-profit community organization comprised solely of volunteers – neighbors, friends and community members sharing ideas, talents and skills. The Board of WPWL invites you to join their team as they continue to...
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Check Out Our Links of Local Interest and Email us Yours!

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August 9, 2014
Check Out Our Links of Local Interest and Email us Yours!

On our right side of this homepage, if you scroll down a bit, you can link to many local areas of interest including hospitals, transportation, jobs, churches and much more.  If you want PPR to add your link, let us know by emailing to info@pawlingpublicradio.org PPR is here for you…building community one voice (and link) at a time....
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