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Fall in a Colorado neighborhood. HeidiTown.comThe HeidiTown community segment has been running on KRFC 88.9 FM since August 2011.

Over the years, I have changed how I share the segments here on HeidiTown.com. At first I was producing cool YouTube videos, but that was too time intensive. In response to several requests I began posting the entire transcript here including links to everything I mentioned in the show. That took almost as long as producing the videos. So now I just simply give you a sentence or two and let you listen at your leisure.

We’re all volunteers at KRFC, because it’s community radio, but despite the lack of a paycheck, it’s been fun to be associated with a radio station for all these years. Who knows what the future holds, but for the time being, I’m continuing my run at KRFC into the future.

This week’s segment if full of art and theater… so without further ado, here’s my segment for the first part of November:  LISTEN HERE.

Colorado Sunsets HeidiTown.com

Colorado sunsets are one of my favorite things.

Over the last couple years, my radio show has evolved from a listing of stuff happening around Colorado, to an opportunity for me to share the things I love about Colorado, like our beautiful autumns, our wonderful symphonies, our top-notch theater productions, our award-winning beer, and so much more.

This HeidiTown radio segment on KRFC 88.9 FM is no exception. I share some of my all-time favorite things in this show, and this time the material is rather cultured. Not only do I impart my love of classic music, but I talk about museums and theater too.  And then there’s the zombies.

So if you’d like to hear what’s happening across Colorado this October, listen here.

a wooden grave marker in the Leadville Cemetery, HeidiTown.comIt’s time for another segment of HeidiTown on KRFC 88.9 FM.

I really can’t believe that it’s already October. I don’t know about anyone else, but this summer sped by at the speed of light, and I’m still catching my breath.

October means spooks, and in this segment I tell the listeners about our experience on a cemetery tour in Leadville with author Roger Pretti. Tis’ the season for ghost stories and Pretti has got lots of them.

There’s also a shout out to Berthoud Oktoberfest, the festival I founded back in 2010, and will be emceeing again this Saturday, October 5.

For these topics and more LISTEN NOW.

It’s time for another HeidiTown segment on KRFC 88.9 FM, Fort Collins public radio.

On this segment I share with the radio audience the last two recipients of the HeidiTown Gives Back Campaign. I also cover all the fun stuff happening around Colorado on the last two weekends in September, plus, a sneak peek at October.

LISTEN HERE

In other news, I have awesome Twitter followers, and thought I’d share this fun tweet from @PamRocksWorld. I inadvertently inspired her to create this wall hanging when I tweeted the YouTube of CCR’s Who Will Stop the Rain and added that I thought it should be Colorado’s new theme song. Thanks for the warm fuzzy, Pam!

 

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After a bit of a long break – August had five weeks – I’m back on air at KRFC 88.9 FM.

If you are new to HeidiTown, and I know several of you have just moved to town, I have had a segment on KRFC, Fort Collins Public Radio since August 2011. Currently, the segments air every other week on Wednesdays prior to The Bikes & Beer Show (see their logo to the left), and on Fridays during your drive home. I had been preparing new material every single week, but it became too much work, plus I had to drive from HeidiTown to Fort Collins every week (not a short distance). So now my segments air just twice a month.

In this segment I discuss the blog posts here on HeidiTown that some of the listening audience may have missed, and I remind people that HeidiTown is the place for information on Colorado Oktoberfests. There’s also an update on Colorado dinner theater productions and previews of several events coming up in early September like Install: story, a new literature festival taking place in Loveland.

So without further chit chat, LISTEN HERE to this week’s segment.

During the summer of 2011, I was approached by the director of KRFC 88.9 FM, Brian Hughes, about doing a community segment. This month marks two-years of the HeidiTown segment on 88.9 FM, Fort Collins public radio.

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All Arts Festival, August 15-18, 2013.

Being on public radio has limitations for someone who writes and talks about festivals. For instance, I can’t tell the audience the price of a ticket, and may not even say whether the event is free, because free is a monetary value. However, without public radio I probably  wouldn’t have had the opportunity to be on the radio at all.

I also want to thank my producers, D and Mickey for making each of my recordings sound professional.

I appreciate KRFC’s support of local talent and local writers like myself, and thank them for allowing me to be on this crazy ride with them for the last two years. So without further ado, you can listen to this week’s segment HERE.

Blue Mesa Lake near Gunnison, Colorado. HeidiTown.com

Blue Mesa Lake near Gunnison, Colorado. A beautiful lake, but we were not actually supposed to be here on this day. Wrong turns on #roadtrips happen to the best of us.

It’s time for another installment of HeidiTown on the radio. As a reminder, these segments now run every other week on KRFC 88.9 FM

In this show I reveal how even a Colorado travel expert can get lost on a road trip, and what fun events and festivals are in store this early August.

Listen HERE..

Heidi Kerr-Schlaefer at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park. HeidiTown.com

I know I’m short, but this is ridiculous!

It’s time for another HeidiTown segment on KRFC 88.9 FM.

This segment focuses on festivals and travel. I share some of my newest road trip travel tips, like wearing comfy clothing, and I also introduce the listening audience to the HeidiTown Gives Back Recipient, National Mill Dog Rescue.

Let’s jump right in!  LISTEN HERE.

Beer at the Lyons Fork HeidiTown

Enjoying a couple beers on the patio of the Lyons Fork in Lyons, Colorado.

It’s time for another HeidiTown segment on KRFC 88.9 FM.

June has five weekends, so that’s changing up my recording schedule. After this segment, I won’t be back on the radio until July 3rd, so this week’s segment covers the rest of June.

As always, in order to get the most out of HeidiTown, I encourage you to visit the town’s block party on Facebook and subscribe to HeidiTown.com here.

Without further ado, listen NOW to the HeidiTown segment on KRFC.

The Mayor of HeidiTown at Colorado Nationals in Loveland, Colorado

The Mayor of HeidiTown at Colorado Nationals in Loveland, Colorado.

It’s Monday and that means another HeidiTown segment on KRFC 88.9 FM is available here on the blog. For those of you unfamiliar with KRFC 88.9 FM, it is a community radio station located in Fort Collins, Colorado. It is supported entirely by volunteers and members. Those of us with shows on the radio station are also volunteers.

The HeidiTown segment airs Wednesdays at 5:55 p.m. before the the KRFC Bikes & Beer Show at 6 p.m. The show airs once again on Fridays at 5 p.m.

On this week’s radio segment, listeners will learn a little about our recent anniversary trip to Glenwood Springs. Also in this segment, planning for Father’s Day, and a few festivals happening over the next couple weeks in Colorado.

Thanks for supporting community radio!  Listen to the HeidiTown radio segment HERE.