The Envelope, Please 2018 Tickets are Nearly Sold Out – Buy Yours Today

Your last opportunity to purchase tickets for Petaluma Community Access’s gala annual Oscar night event, The Envelope, Please, has arrived.

Coming up on Sunday, March 4, 2018 at the Mystic Theater, this benefit for KPCA radio, Petaluma’s new, free range community radio station, will sell out soon. 

So buy your tickets today, then join us on Sunday as we walk the red carpet, savor a glass of fine wine or a cocktail, enjoy some delicious bites and watch the Academy Awards ceremony on the big screen.

For just $40 per ticket you can have a ball with us while providing much-needed support for your Petaluma radio station.  

Follow the online link at the top of the PCA homepage to buy yours now, or call 707-773-3190 Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 2 – 8 pm. 

Read more about the upcoming event at the Argus-Courier here: 

KPCA sponsors Oscar party at the Mystic

and here:

Listen up, Petaluma, KPCA to air full time

KPCA On the Street! Sunday, September 24 at the Petaluma Antique Faire: 10 am – 1 pm at Kentucky & Western

Sunday, Sept. 24, 10 am – 1 pm

KPCA’s display at Copperfield’s Books, Kentucky Street, Petaluma. Image courtesy of Andy Sewell.

Northeast Corner of Kentucky St. & Western Avenue during the Petaluma Antique Faire

 
We were so excited to play with KPCA’s live, remote-broadcasting capabilities again that we decided to take it on the road – all the way to Kentucky Street!
 
Copperfield’s Books in Petaluma kindly granted KPCA a front-window display for the month of September, where we have hosted three KPCA On the Street broadcasts over the past two weeks! We’ve spoken with dozens of fascinating Petalumans, played many hours of great music, and otherwise talked up a storm about KPCA, community radio created by and for the people of the Petaluma and southern Sonoma County. 
 
Join us this Sunday, September 24 from 10 am – 1 pm for the fourth and final edition of KPCA On the Street
 
This time we’ll be set up at the northeast corner of Kentucky Street and Western Avenue for the Petaluma Antique Faire. 
 
KPCA programmers in particular are encouraged to stop by and share with our audience what your free-range community radio station means to you, but truthfully, we’d love to hear all of you as well! 
 
Come for a LIVE shout-out to KPCA listeners! Or tune in at 103.3 on the FM band. Stream live via the KPCA website at KPCA.fm if you prefer.