Friday, February 24, come celebrate with CJMP as we air short audio documentaries that local radio producers worked on over the last six months.
Each story reveals a different facet of the Powell River and Tla’amin community, creatively told through the voices of your friends and neighbours.
After the screening stay for music and bowling
Doors at 6:30, appetizers provided
Screening 7:00 – 8:00
Music and Bowling till late
Three of the docs have played on episodes of CJMP News and two have yet to be aired.
You’ll hear about:
-Reconciliation in Powell River
-Local Sasquatch sightings
More info at http://cjmp.ca/
Special thanks to Powell River Council for Arts, Culture and Heritage for financial assistance for holding this event.
CJMP is proud to have been part of this year’s Blackberry Street Party, Marine Avenue’s biggest festival. With music, food, dancing and more, the festival drew in locals and tourists to celebrate together and showcase Powell River’s culture, arts, businesses and non-profits. CJMP set up their live radio station at the south end of the festival, channeling the airwaves coming live from the studio and playing them out onto the street. Many thanks to Bad Karen (Every Day is Like Sunday), DJ Kamandi (Cowbell Radio), and DJ TripleDub (Pow!Town Get Down) for their awesome shows which we got to blast onto the street, as well as a big thank-you to everyone who helped set up, staff the booth and take down. Good times were had by all!
Featured: our high-tech equipment for playing radio over our huge speakers and modern sound system: an old Sony Walkman