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KRCL’s Summer Fund Drive is ending on Sunday, August 23rd. If you haven’t made your contribution now’s the time to
Click here! Donate $60 or more right now.
You’ll get a great looking KRCL t-shirt AND you’ll help the
Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective, the Utah Food Bank,
or the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah.
Choose your community partner thank you gift:
- A week of food for an orphaned baby bird at the
Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah, or
- A bicycle helmet for a young person from the
Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective, or
- A backpack of healthy food for The Utah Food Bank.
Please help us reach our fund drive goal by the 23rd!
Click here to contribute NOW.
Your donation does make a difference!
This summer, KRCL is trying something less disruptive than a summer fundraiser – we’re holding a “Quiet Community Drive”, to raise funds needed to power KRCL. For each donation of $60 or more, in addition to the usual KRCL t-shirt or other gift, you will provide a gift to the entire community. We’re partnering with the Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective, The Utah Food Bank, and the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah for these gifts. Give a little this summer and it will go a long way! Please help us reach our goal. Click here to contribute now, and let KRCL tell the stories of our community partners. KRCL is only here because of our listener’s investments.
The R.O.I. brings you stories of people, non-profits and businesses who create a positive return on investment in the community. If that sounds like someone you know, please let us know. Send an email with details and contact information to TheROI@krcl.org. Then listen for more from The R.O.I. on your community connection, 90.9fm, KRCL.
There are many side-dishes unique to Utah. KRCL’s Lara Jones explores a culture favorite, funeral potatoes, in the spirit of Pioneer Day:
Many thanks to Justin Shifflett of The Garage on Beck and his friend Chef J. Looney, a private chef/caterer who also teaches a class on the cultural aspects of food at the University of Utah. Want to try Looney’s low carb version? Here it is: Low-Carb-Funeral-potatoes.
PIE & BEER DAY 2015
A gastro / ecclesiastical event happening July 24th at SLC’s famed Beer Bar. Featuring pie & beer pairings from some of Salt Lake’s greatest bakeries & restaurateurs, including Copper Onion, Eva Boulangerie, Tulie Bakery, Carluccis Bakery, Pago, Cafe Trio, Beer Bar, Taqueria 27, 3 Cups and Great Harvest. With beer pairings fromby Red Rock, Uinta, Wasatch, 2 Row, Squatters, Shades of Pale, Bohemian, Hoppers, Desert Edge and Epic Brewing.
Pie & Beer Day is July 24th at the Beer Bar, 161 East 200 South from 3pm until the pie runs out.
Tickets available at the door on the day of event. Pie Pass is $20 and includes 5 pieces of pie.
First come, first served. Don’t miss this legendary event.
A benefit for 90.9fm KRCL, your community radio station.
Let’s quit talking about bad air and help clean it up. We’re calling all bikers, hikers, strollers, skateboarders, bus and train riders, carpoolers and…you…to help with the Clear the Air Challenge.
Join KRCL DJs, staff, volunteers and other listeners on the KRCL team!
We’re hitting the streets and leaving the cars at home.
The Challenge begins July 1 through July 31. Sign up by Tuesday, June 30.
Visit www.cleartheairchallenge.org, click Register and join team 90.9fm KRCL.
Put some rock in your stroll and join 90.9fm KRCL in the Clear the Air Challenge. For those about to walk…we salute you.
Join KRCL on Thursday, May 14th at Brewvies Cinema Pub for “The Grateful Dead Movie”, a film by Jerry Garcia and Leon Gast that documents the Grateful Dead’s performance at Winterland in San Francisco, October 1974. “The Grateful Dead Movie”, released in 1977 and directed by Jerry Garcia, is a film that captures live performances from the Grateful Dead’s October 1974 five-night stand at the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco. This end-of-tour run marked the beginning of an extended hiatus for the band, with no shows planned for 1975. The movie also faithfully portrays the burgeoning Deadhead scene. The film features the “Wall of Sound” concert sound system that the Dead used for all of 1974.
Tickets at 6pm – Screenings at 7pm and 9pm. Bring your KRCL member card for 2 for 1 entry!
90.9fm KRCL is proud to present the brand new Ogden Twilight Concert Series. See three world-class bands every Thursday night throughout June at the Ogden Amphitheater. Gates open at 5pm, the first band goes on at 6pm each night and the music continues through 10pm.
On Thursday, June 25th it’s Purity Ring with Slow Magic and local spotlight The Brocks.
Tickets and information about the bands at www.ogdentwilight.com.