Experience Talks 11/22@2PMPT: PRE-THANKSGIVING SPECIAL! PDX ALL AGES RADIO STORY HOUR

Tune in to Experience Talks, our weekly “Radio Magazine for the Experienced Listener,” on Sundays at 5:00 PM PT on KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles, 98.7 FM Santa Barbara, 99.5 China Lake, 93.7 N. San Diego, streaming live online, and now syndicated on up to 100 Pacifica Network stations! Experience Talks is produced by the non-profit EngAGE, Inc.

 

Miss the show? You can always hear it as a podcast on the Listen Page of our website! You’ll also find an archive-in-progress of all of our previous shows there for you to enjoy. New shows are usually posted within 48 hours after broadcast.

 


WEDNESDAY 11/22@2 PM PT

A SPECIAL DATE AND TIME
FOR A SPECIAL ONE-HOUR SHOW
PDX ALL AGES RADIO STORY HOUR

Host: TIM CARPENTER


This special “PDX All Ages Radio Story Hour” is the culminating performance of a unique storytelling collaboration between EngAGE, Community Development Partners, Friendly House, the Multnomah Arts Center, and AARP Oregon. The show was recorded live with a studio audience in Portland, OR. Please see our Flickr album for more photos.


Storytellers: Liam Eldridge, Monica Erwin, Linda Gary, Kate Lambert
Robbyn Myers, Eric Twigger, Steve Vertal

Musicians : Zoe Carpenter, Alyssia Menezes, Ronnie Robins

Teaching Artist & Director: Will Hornyak

Host: Tim Carpenter, EngAGE CEO/Founder


EngAGE takes a whole-person approach to community and creative, healthy living by providing arts, wellness, lifelong learning, community building and intergenerational programs to thousands of residents in affordable senior and multi-generational apartment communities in Southern California, Oregon, and Minnesota.


Experience Talks is a weekly public radio magazine that shares the experience of dynamic Baby Boomers and beyond in a way that communicates across generations.


Community Development Partners is a forward-thinking organization based in California and focused on meeting the housing needs of local citizens through the thoughtful planning and development of life-enhancing affordable communities.


Friendly House is a non-profit neighborhood center and social service agency that delivers EngAGE programming in Portland.


The Multnomah Arts Center (MAC) provides excellent arts education in the visual and performing arts at an affordable cost to students of all ages. Along with a vibrant arts education program, MAC hosts theater, music and dance performances, gallery exhibitions, and other special events.


AARP Oregon is a trusted and positive force for social change as we age by informing, engaging in, and advocating for practical solutions to help people attain financial and health security, and enabling all to remain valued and actively engaged whether at work or in community.


 

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