KRCL RadioActive hits the road to kickoff Spring Radiothon with the Punk Rock Farmer at Maud's Café. Come and join us for a great night with fellow grassroots activists, community builders, urban farmers and musicians who give back to the community in so many ways.
The show starts at 6:00 p.m., so get there early for the best seat, free coffee tasting from Caffe Ibis, pastries from Flourish Bakery, and the chance to count all the different KRCL t-shirts on everybody. You don't have one? You can pick up one at Maud's that night!
If you're looking for dinner, the Falafel Tree will be stopping by, too.
Admission: FREE for all ages, but we'd love for you to consider a donation at the door. Proceeds will be split evenly between KRCL 90.9FM and VOA's Youth Resource Center,
- RadioActive is live at 6:00 p.m. Aldine Strychnine, Lara Jones and Billy Palmer will talk with:
- Teens from VOA's Youth Resource Center who are learning the barista ropes at Maud's Café.
- Bakers from Flourish Bakery, which teaches the art and skills of professional baking to folks in recovery from substance abuse and incarceration.
- For the #UrbanFarmReport, Al's invited Celia Bell of Simplephat Farm in Glendale and James Loomis, who helped start the Green Team Farm to reclaim an old lot in the heart of the city and teach basic gardening techniques to women staying at The Road Home.
- And LIVE MUSIC from Kate MacLeod and her band. They've promised to stick around after the show, which ends at 7PM, to keep the party going.
We're really excited to share the work of these organizations and the music of Kate MacLeod with you, so please let us know if you can be there!