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Art in the Garden 
KVMR and NCArts proudly present 
"Art in the Garden: An Art Show & Auction" featuring  garden sculptures created by local artists with the re-purposed tin from the historic building where KVMR now stands.

Join us on Sunday, April 8th from 3-5pm at Miners Foundry. 
Just $5 at the door (This is a benefit for the Bridge Street Project)

Sponsored by Artworks Gallery and Reclaim by Design 
RIP Wesley Robertson 
We have truly lost a one-of-a-kind, larger than life, unique KVMR character and talent.

Wesley Robertson died Sunday morning from massive injuries he incurred in a car accident Saturday night.

There simply are no words that can express the profound grief we are all feeling at this sudden and major loss to KVMR.  Wes has been an integral part of our station's volunteer corps for over 30 years, and there could be no better proponent for live music programming, festival broadcasts and his incredible passionate love of "Rock'N'Stompin," which he has hosted on  S aturday afternoons since 1990.
A message from KVMR General Manager Julie Chiarelli
In 2018 KVMR is celebrating 40 years of bringing you music, news  and  public affa irs information. At a time when independent media is 
 c ritically important as a means to educate and inspire  collaboration , we invite you to participate and share your ideas on the issues that impact our community. Through news commentaries, interviews, talk shows, town halls and more, KVMR provides a platform for civilized discourse. public education and healthy community building. Come join us - 
YOU are the community in community radio!
Town Hall Forum 
KVMR will host a community discussion, "Affordable Housing: A Nevada County Dilemma," Tuesday, March 20th from 6 -8 pm at the Nevada Theatre.  This public affairs conversation will also be broadcast live on KVMR. 

The issue of affordable housing is receiving priority attention from the county and cities of Nevada City, Grass Valley, and Truckee. 

A panel of local business experts will offer their perspective and thoughts on the state, and future, of affordable housing in Nevada County. 

Support to make this event possible has been provided by 
KVMR Sponsored Events

Dead Beats
Sat, 3/10
Matter of Taste 
Fri, 3/16

Fri, 3/16

Danu & Goitse
Sat, 3/17

The Empty Bowl 
Sat, 3/17 

Wild Scenic 
"On Tour" 
Sat, 3/17 

A Thousand Kisses Deep 
Sat, 3/17 

Hip Hop Night 
Sat, 3/17 

Wake the Dead 
Sat, 3/17 

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra 
Wed, 3/21

Sun, 3/25 

Katdelic & Ultimate Fantastic
Sat, 3/31
Become a KVMR DJ! 
KVMR will be holding the next annual broadcaster training class series on Saturdays 
April 21st and April 28th. 

Click here to apply

Deadline to apply April 2nd 
Introducing Shauna...
KVMR's new Volunteer Director, Shauna and her husband - a Red Eye Broadcaster - David Rhodes moved to Nevada City in 2015 to fulfill their need to jump off of the Silicon Valley treadmill, smell some flowers and play some music. They were drawn here by none other than the KMVR radio station

Shauna grew up in a musical family.  She loved playing music at a young age. She played piano for primary school aged children at church. She has fond memories of choreographing dances to Tennessee Ernie Ford's song, "16 Tons." Read more 
Alive Inside 
The public is invited to a free screening of Alive Inside
a documentary that explores the transformative impact of music on people living with a diagnosis of dementia or other 
cognitive disorders. 
Sunday, March 18th at 1pm Center for the Arts.

Sierra Poetry Festival  
NCArts will present the 2018 
Sierra Poetry Festival  Saturday April 28th at Sierra College in Grass Valley. 
Activities will include a keynote address by national Los Angeles Poet Laureate Robin Coste Lewis, author of Voyage of the Sable Venus, winner of National 
Book Award for Poetry.

Thanks to KVMR's
Newest Underwriters