Friday, September 24, 2010

Briefs


New radio station gathers input

Informational meetings about a new community radio station planned for the Wood River Valley are scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 2, at 4 p.m. at the Wicked Spud in Hailey, and Saturday, Oct. 9, at 4 p.m. at the Roosevelt Grille in Ketchum.

"Drop-in radio where the locals get vocal," is the motto for KDPI 89.3 FM, launched by Dayle Ohlau and Mike Scullion. They are proposing a locally programmed, non-commercial, community-based radio station established as a nonprofit organization.

The Wood River YMCA would provide the studio space and some of the equipment for broadcasting. According to a news release, the mission statement for KDPI is to serve the Wood River Valley with educational, news and entertainment programming. It intends to stimulate interest, awareness and participation in culture, education and politics.

KDPI would be funded through federal, state and local grants, foundations, individual contributions, special events and in-kind contributions.

Celebrate business openings in Hailey

The Hailey Chamber of Commerce is inviting the public to welcome 10 businesses to downtown Hailey today, Sept. 24, from 4-7 p.m. Opening their doors are the Yellow Brick Road, a collaboration of seven local businesses in one spot, Red Door Design, Chic Nail Boutique and the newly remolded Aqua Pro showroom.

The Yellow Brick Road is comprised of Vintage Gypsy, the Board Bin, Tater Tots, Ketchum Bed and Bath, Iconoclast Books and Sun Valley Shoes.

Refreshments will be available from Hailey restaurants, and there will be reduced-price sales and live music.

All 10 businesses are located on Bullion Street.

For more information, contact 788-3484 or info@haileyidaho.com.

Sun Valley Harvest Festival to debut

The Sun Valley Harvest Festival will take place today through Sunday, Sept. 26. The weekend of events will focus on regional sustainable foods, wines, spirits and craft beers. It will also feature cooking demonstrations and presentations by valley and guest chefs from around Idaho, as well as wine and beer tastings. It will offer an eco-culinary trade show, restaurant walk, chefs' dinners, beer garden and music.

For a full schedule of events, visit www.sunvalleyharvestfestival.com.

Haunted Forest seeks volunteers

The Bellevue Haunted Forest will take place Oct. 29-30 at the Howard Preserve in Bellevue. Organizers for the event are looking for volunteers to help guide participants through the Haunted Forest, manage a station, act in a station, help with makeup and costume needs, take tickets at the gate, help with promotions and sponsorships, construction work and many other tasks.

Anyone interested should e-mail bellevuehauntedforest@gmail.com. For details, visit www.bellevuehauntedforest.com.




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