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.

Final Cut Pro X Workshop with Dan Villalva – at the PCA Studio, Saturday March 18

Guest instructor Dan Villalva

The next edition of PCA’s popular Introduction to Final Cut Pro X class, with guest instructor Dan Villalva, will take place on Saturday, March 18, 2017 from 9 am – 4 pm at the PCA studio, 205 Keller St, Suite 102, Petaluma.

Guest instructor Dan Villalva brings a wealth of post-production experience to this workshop. A longtime friend of public access media and expert in video post-production, Dan was most recently the Executive Director of the Community Media Center of Santa Rosa.

Whether you are just getting started with video editing, or are an experienced user ready to switch over to X, Petaluma Community Access has hands-on learning opportunities for you.

Glean valuable skills and information from instructor Dan Villalva, former Executive Director of the Community Media Center of Santa Rosa. This course in video post-production will give you the foundation you need to be off and running with video editing in no time at all.

Registration for this course is open to PCA members for just $60. The non-member fee is $100.

Now would be an opportune moment to join PCA. For $1.44 per week (annual fee of $75, with discounted membership fee of $50 for students, seniors and lower-income folks) you can have access to all that PCA has to offer – audio & video equipment and training, workshops, classes & other events, editing software and training and more – plus you would be providing vital support for southern Sonoma County’s public access, media literacy center, right here in the heart of Petaluma.

Space for this course is very limited, so call PCA today at (707) 773-3190 or email nellie@pca.tv to register

What: Final Cut Pro X Workshop with Dan Villalva

When: Saturday, March 18, 2017  9 am – 4 pm

Where: PCA Studio, 205 Keller St, Ste. 102 (downstairs), Petaluma

Cost: $60 for PCA members. $100 for non-members