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1992 at SPR

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February

Iowa Writers Workshop: Saturdays at 3.

 

March

The River City Chili Cook-off featuring: live blues, chili tasting, commemorative T’s, prizes benefiting SPR.

 

June

Beginning of 5 part series on fundamentalist religions called The Glory & The Power: Fundamentalisms Observed.

Free Picnic at Coeur d'Alene Park for games, folk dancing, music, and an opportunity to meet board and employees.

 

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Free Picnic at Coeur d'Alene Park

July

Books in Motion read The Secret Garden.

 

August

Bob & Ray return again.

 

September

Thirteen week series on modern technology and communication begins: Communications Revolution 1992.

 

October

“American Indian Music Dance and Song: From the Dessert & the Tundra” featured on Folk Masters.

 

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Kathy Grabicki (Sackett)

November

Nov 2 - Kathy Grabicki (Sackett) returns as Underwriting and Special Events Director.

Nov 3 – Bill Clinton defeats George Bush in presidential race. 

Neil Elwell hosts KPBX Blues Review.

Posting of the Texaco-Metropolitan Opera Radio Network 92-93 season: 20 operas.

 

December

5th annual KPBX Classic Auction: Planet Lounge played, hors d’oeuvres, classic cars, etc, hosted by Silver Car Auctions.

 

 

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