Look at all the fun stuff we have lined up for June.
Be A Part of the Community!
Meet between NW Everett and NW Davis on 8th Street -at 10am
Come March with the proud KBOO Gay Pride Contingent!
Like last year, KBOO's broadcast will be simulcast all over the state on member stations of Oregon Community Media (OCM).
Broadcast hours will be approximately from Noon-10PM.
OCM is open to community licensees to provide support and assistance in the development of local noncommercial media in order to support and nurture strong independent stations throughout Oregon.
Currently, KSKQ in Ashland has committed to broadcasting the whole festival and stations KMUZ in Salem, KPOV in Bend, and KYAC-LPFM Mill City will be broadcasting part of the festival.
Look at all these cool things going on!
KBOO is delighted to co-sponsor creative, educational and engaging community events. June is a very busy month for our community partnerships. Check out these upcoming events! For more info visit kboo.fm
SATYRICON: MADNESS & GLORY by Smegma band member/film director Mike Lastra: a raucous wild romp on the glorious ugly beauty that was Satyricon, Portland's famous nightclub/birthplace for NW grunge, punk, hip-hop, and indie music.
Immediately afterwards, the 20 FT. Man will play: He is a massive, mechanical humanoid contraption that makes noise and music...see you in the mosh pit. Tix suggested $7 with no one turned away for lack of funds.
The Columbia Slough Watershed Council celebrates its thirteenth annual Explorando el Columbia Slough festival on Saturday, June 14th at Whitaker Ponds Nature Park from 1 to 5pm. "Explorando," as it is known, is a free bilingual event for the Latino community with tons of activities for the entire family.
Live music, folkloric dances, guided canoe trips, hands-on environmental activities, a rock climbing wall, and live birds and insects will all be available for festival attendees. Also, the 400+ people that gather each year for Explorando have the opportunity to connect with other members of the growing Latino community. Booths are set up with local resources in Spanish and English, to share other free recreation activities and tips for low-cost, sustainable lifestyles.
Now in its third year, What the Festival has announced the lineup for this year's festival, taking place at Wolf Run Ranch in Dufur, Oregon, located south of the Dalles, just under two hours' drive from Portland. Once again, the festival is oriented on electronic music, and the organizers tout all kinds of amenities like a hookah lounge, relaxation huts, the largest disco ball on the West Coast, and a huge wading pool for you to splash in!
June 20th - An Evening with Wisdom of the Elders
An Evening with Wisdom of the Elders
Includes a salmon dinner, cultural arts presentations, and silent auction
Wisdom of the Elders, Inc
Department Manager, Cultural Resources Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde
James Mason, PhD
Manager of Diversity Education and Cultural Competence for the Oregon Region Providence Health and Services;
Senior Project Consultant for Georgetown University's National Center on Cultural Competence
. was founded in 1993 by the late Martin High Bear, Lakota medicine man and spiritual leader, and Rose High Bear, Deg Hit'an Dine (Alaskan Athabascan). Wisdom of the Elders office is located in Portland, Oregon.
Wisdom is committed to its mission of Native American cultural sustainability, multimedia education and race reconciliation. We record, preserve and share oral history, cultural arts, and traditional ecological knowledge of exemplary indigenous elders, storytellers, and scientists in collaboration with diverse cultural organizations and educational institutions.