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Sherman Chamber Ensemble Offers Free Bluegrass Concerts Labor Day Weekend

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August 27, 2014
Sherman Chamber Ensemble Offers Free Bluegrass Concerts Labor Day Weekend

  The Sherman Chamber Ensemble’s summer season continues Labor Day weekend with the annual SCE Bluegrass & Beyond! performances on Saturday, August 30th at 2:00 PM at the Lake Mauweehoo Clubhouse on Leach Hollow Road in Sherman, CT and on Sunday, August 31st at 1 PM at the Kent Village Barns in downtown Kent,...
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Mizzentop Studio Theatre Begins its Second Season

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August 26, 2014
Mizzentop Studio Theatre Begins its Second Season

MiST presents: The Odd Couple! Mizzentop Studio Theatre (MiST) is a comprehensive theater program designed for children in grades 5 through 8 in our area who are looking for a collaborative theater experience. Throughout the season, participants will learn what it takes to be a part of a full theater program through rehearsals and...
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The PFL Report(Pawling Free Library Kids News)-Week 5 Report

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August 26, 2014
The PFL Report(Pawling Free Library Kids News)-Week 5  Report

No Sweat, Just Fun! By: Catie   After another week of concocting delicious meals, the members are anticipating their next meeting. This week melon soup and pie were the main recipes. With lots of cutting, intense tasting, and share laughs, Ms. Nicole, Ms. Bethany and their crew pulled off another No Sweat cooking class....
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Haslam’s Pics: Pawling High School Pre-Season Sports Pictures

Haslam’s Pics: Pawling High School Pre-Season Sports Pictures

Gearing up for the regular season to begin…                                                                                            ...
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What’s New: The Blue Olive Opens it’s Doors in Pawling

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August 25, 2014
What’s New: The Blue Olive Opens it’s Doors in Pawling

  The Blue Olive is an olive oil and vinegar tasting bar located on Charles Colman Boulevard in Pawling. Run by Beth Canevari and Laura Leahy with support from both of their loving families. The Blue Olive has a sparkling, fashionable interior where customers can sample a diverse array of fine quality olive oils...
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The Kent Art Association’s Upcoming Event

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August 24, 2014
The Kent Art Association’s Upcoming Event

       Kent Art Association, 21 South Main St., presents the Elected Artist Invitational & Solo Show Sept. 7- Oct. 13. Meet solo artist Jane Carlson at the Saturday Sept. 13 reception.  Refreshments provided by Davis IGA of Kent will be served 1-5 p.m.  Gallery hours during this show will be Thurs.-Sun. from...
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Pork Chop’s Blues Time on PPR

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August 22, 2014
Pork Chop’s Blues Time on PPR

Tune in this Sunday night at 9 pm and Wednesday nights at 10 pm for an all new Pork Chop’s Blues Time.  PCBT airs exclusively on Pawling Public Radio, 101.7 in the village or click the “Listen Live” tab on our homepage( TuneIn Radio is the best option). This week featuring: “Man, that’s a...
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Reflections on a Silver Screen: “Magic in the Moonlight”

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August 21, 2014
Reflections on a Silver Screen: “Magic in the Moonlight”

The creative genius is a flittering enigma, one which finds itself manifested in the artist only during moments of complete openness and honesty. The writer has many ways of handling this enigma – ways of challenging it, working with it, plucking it from the ether – but he must ultimately accept a stance of...
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Celtic Oracle: Meditation for Stress Relief

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August 21, 2014
Celtic Oracle: Meditation for Stress Relief

  Closing the Five Doors:   The “Five Doors” are the eyes, ears and mouth.  The visual stimulation of our daily lives sucks the very life force out of our bodies.  The computer, tv, even ads on the train, the highways, in every store, magazine and newspaper, all take something of our energy.  ...
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Bits of Inspiration: Are You Chasing the Wrong Carrot?

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August 20, 2014
Bits of Inspiration: Are You Chasing the Wrong Carrot?

We spend a lot of time chasing after things like money and prestige and accomplishment, often to the detriment of our well-being. Sure, we all need financial sustenance and we all want to feel good about our productivity, but at what cost? I was one of those people where getting through my To-Do List...
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Vivek Tiwary Visits PPR’s Studio

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August 16, 2014
Vivek Tiwary Visits PPR’s Studio

Christine O’Neill Interviewed author Vivek Tiwary.  Below is a summary of the interview…   On Friday, August 22 at 7pm the Pawling Free Library will host a talk by Vivek Tiwary. Mr. Tiwary, a Patterson resident, will be discussing his best-selling graphic novel, “The Fifth Beatle: The Brian Epstein Story,” based on the life...
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PPR’s Newest Show: The Indie Hour

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August 15, 2014
PPR’s Newest Show: The Indie Hour

  Local artist and musician Delia Stanley explores 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...
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Fun at the Carnival

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August 14, 2014
Fun at the Carnival

  This year the Pawling Fire Department’s Carnival was a lively event attended by a diverse crowd of kids, teens, adults, and families from the local area.   The Carnival was filled with lights, attractions, and tradition. Crowds came out to see the annual Fireman’s Parade, win prizes, and to eat the local fare. The games this year were...
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PFL News

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August 14, 2014
PFL News

  Battling the Hudson Valley By: Lauren   The Battle of the Books is a program where kids read books and compete against other libraries. There are eight books that they have to read: “Legend,” “An Elephant in the Garden,” “Dead End in Norvelt,” “Icefall,” “Ninth Fall,” “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children,” “Liar...
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“Vinyl and New Arrivals” – Live Sunday’s at 11 am (Songs Played Aug 10th)

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August 11, 2014
“Vinyl and New Arrivals” – Live Sunday’s at 11 am (Songs Played Aug 10th)

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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PPR Seeking a Part Time Sales/Business Development Person

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August 10, 2014
PPR Seeking a Part Time Sales/Business Development Person

FCC approved Community Radio Station is seeking motivated,  self starter to sell  program sponsorships and underwriting opportunities. Generous commission. Team Player.  Experience preferred.    Send resume and inquiries to info@pawlingpublicradio.org
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Building Talent

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August 10, 2014
Building Talent

  The Dover Town Theatre will be performing Disney’s “My Son Pinocchio Jr.” next weekend. The show’s cast and crew is made up of Dover students from ages 6-17. The show is being directed by Beth Page-Lang. The show is an adaptation of the classic fairytale Pinocchiowritten from Pinocchio’s father Geppetto’s perspective. The shows fun...
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Our Community Calendar Is Here(An Update!)

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August 9, 2014
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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VOB Film Festival Grows With Grassroots Support

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August 9, 2014
VOB Film Festival Grows With Grassroots Support

Grassroots.  That’s what the committee of the Village of Brewster (VOB) Film Festival was hoping to achieve with this year’s Festival, and they believe they have made some great strides toward that goal. “We wanted local businesses and citizens to embrace the Film Festival, and we have made some major accomplishments this year.  Our Dinner...
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Pawling Concert Series Announces the 2014 -2015 Season

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August 9, 2014
Pawling Concert Series Announces the 2014 -2015 Season

  Philharmonia Quartett Berlin, Friday, October 3, 2014 The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra will be at Carnegie Hall for a week’s visit in the fall. The orchestra’s concertmaster and first-chair string players – themselves a long-established string quartet – will make a rare visit to the Pawling Concert Series. Empire Brass, Friday, November 14, 2014...
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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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The Living Landscape Journal: Native Insects at the Garden Center

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August 7, 2014
The Living Landscape Journal: Native Insects at the Garden Center

  While working at Native Landscapes Garden Center every day, you tend to notice some interesting insects where their host species are native plants. A few that I always look for are the Tulip Tree Silk Moth,  the Spicebush Caterpillar, and the Great Spangled Fritillary.       The caterpillar in the above picture...
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Animal Stories: Events at Safe Haven Farm Sanctuary

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August 5, 2014
Animal Stories:  Events at Safe Haven Farm Sanctuary

  Story # 1.  Ducky the Turkey Hello. I am Bill Crain, co-founder of the Safe Haven Farm Sanctuary in Poughquag, which is about eight miles north of the Village of Pawling. My wife, Ellen, and I started the sanctuary in 2008 to provide a permanent home for animals rescued from slaughter and abusive...
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Pawling Artist Bibiana Huang Matheis Receives Executive Arts Award

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August 4, 2014
Pawling Artist Bibiana Huang Matheis Receives Executive Arts Award

  Arts Mid-Hudson, formerly the Dutchess County Arts Council, has awarded the 2014 Dutchess County Executive’s Arts Awards, Individual Artist, to artist, photographer and curator Bibiana Huang Matheis. Bibiana has a studio located in Pawling, New York. Her work has appeared in major exhibits and publications of all types in the US and Europe. She...
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Financial Focus: Don’t Let Investments Take a Vacation

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August 1, 2014
Financial Focus: Don’t Let Investments Take a Vacation

  Summer is here — which may mean it’s time to put together your traveling plans. Still, while you and your family may enjoy going a summertime trip, there’s one part of your life that should not go on vacation — and that’s your investment portfolio. So, what can you do to help your...
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Second Annual Membership Drive Underway!

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July 30, 2014
Second Annual Membership Drive Underway!

  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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Heart of the Matter: Update on the Current Pawling Real Estate Market

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July 28, 2014
Heart of the Matter: Update on the Current Pawling Real Estate Market

  Summer is upon us and the Real Estate Market for Pawling and the area has been a bit disappointing. Overall sales are down about 6% in comparison to last year. The fact that we had a rough winter, a slow warmup, and snow on the ground until the middle of March did not...
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B-I-N-G-O

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July 17, 2014
B-I-N-G-O

  One of Pawling’s many traditions is the firehouse’s bi-monthly bingo night. Taking place on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month, at 5:15 p.m., these games draw crowds from all over. Some have come all the way from Connecticut just to partake.   Regulars attribute this widespread popularity to the game’s energy and...
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Listen to PPR’s Archived Shows on Mixcloud

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July 2, 2014
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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FCC Approves PPR’s Application for License

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March 6, 2014
FCC Approves PPR’s Application for License

  It was a sweet Valentine’s Day for Pawling Public Radio. February 14th was the day the Board of Directors was notified by the FCC (Federal Communications Commision)that a construction permit has been awarded in preparation for full licensing of the station. At that time, PPR’s frequency will change to 103.7 FM, and they...
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