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This week on C What’s On, we had the pleasure of talking to Beth Crowe, Director of Education at the Family Violence Project, and Megan Maloney, District Attorney for both Kennebec & Somerset County. They came in studio to talk with us about the Family Violence Project 5K run/walk fundraiser, as well as how they work together to combat domestic abuse and other important issues.
For more information, visit http://cwhatson.com/event/race-against-domestic-violence/
If you’ve ever wanted to learn firsthand about the skills utilized by ambulance paramedics—and even get a ride along with an ambulance crew—now’s your chance. Today we talk to David Mejia, the director of education at Delta Ambulance, who tells us about his company’s ‘Citizen’s Academy’ – a free program for anyone over the age of 18 who aspires to learn what a paramedic does.
On September 23rd we’re excited to welcome the Marshall Tucker Band for a concert at the Augusta Civic Center. You definitely know their legendary hits, Heard It In A Love Song, Fire on the Mountain, and Can’t You See. Today we had the opportunity to catch up with group founder Doug Gray to see what they’ve been up to for all these years.
Visit the website: https://www.marshalltucker.com/
In this edition, we’re joined by Mary Kay Spencer, owner of The Potter’s House. We discuss her many years of creating artistic and commercial pottery, both here in Maine, and throughout the country, and of course her dream of making beer mugs for all!
Visit the website: http://www.thepottershouse.com/
The following is our full-length interview with Mark Cafiso, a Local Veterans Employment Representative (LVER), who is working closely with Maine’s Hire-A-Vet campaign which is a hiring fair event set to kick-off on August 29th, 2017, from 8:30AM – Noon at the Augusta Armory, 179 Western Ave., Augusta, Maine.
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The following is our full-length interview with David Jacobson, who creates hand-blown and kiln-formed glass employing contemporary designs rooted in the Venetian tradition right here in Montville, Maine.
Visit website: davidjacobsonglass.com
The following is our full-length interview with Mitchell Cushing, sulky racer of RHM Racing in Sidney, and we are discussing the culture, traditions, and other lesser known details regarding horse and harness racing with the objective of appealing to a younger crowd.
Visit website: www.rhmracing.com
The following is our full-length interview with Ron Cushing, horse owner and sulky racer, sharing with us the culture and excitement behind the entertaining world of harness racing.
Visit website: www.rhmracing.com
The following is our interview with comedian, Paula Poundstone, about her upcoming show at the Waterville Opera House on August 19th.
Visit the website: www.paulapoundstone.com
The following is our full-length interview with Kevin A. Libby, local music artist and leader of the Kevin A. Libby Country Band, who will be the opening act for the Live! On the Lake Music Festival at the Snow Pond Center for the Arts in Sidney, ME on August 19th.
Visit the website: www.kalibby.com
The following is our full-length interview with the Rushman on an update for the Battle of the Bands at the Skowhegan State Fair on August 13th. Get more details at mixmaine.com/battle-of-the-bands.
The following is our full-length interview with Nina DiGregorio, primary composer/arranger for the Femmes of Rock (formerly known as the Violin Femmes), who are set to storm the stage with their explosive take on classic rock at the Snow Pond Center for the Arts in Sidney, ME on August 19th.
Visit the website: femmesofrock.com
The following is our full-length interview with Dennis St. Pierre and Peter Alexander, Director and Writer respectively, for the One Way Trip to Mars production, set to premier at the Waterville Opera House on August 24th through the 27th.
Visit the website: www.operahouse.org/event/one-way-trip-to-mars
The following is our full-length interview with Kristina Cannon, the Executive Director for Main Street Skowhegan, showcasing the River Fest which takes place August 2-5.
Visit website: runofriver.org/river-fest
The following is our full-length interview with Pat Colwell of the big band review, Pat Colwell and the Soul Sensations, one of three stellar performances on the lineup for the Live! On the Lake Music Festival at the Snow Pond Center for the Arts in Sidney, ME on August 19th.
Visit website: soul-sensations.com
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The following is our full-length interview with Graham Sharp of the Steep Canyon Rangers, who will be performing at both the Opera House at Boothbay Harbor and the Ossippee Valley Bluegrass Festival in Cornish, ME on back-to-back dates, respectively: July 28th & 29th.
Visit website: steepcanyon.com
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