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Public Service Announcements
Below are the latest Public Service Announcements (PSAs) from KZMU. If you'd like to submit a PSA to the station, click on "Submit a PSA" in the right sidebar.
Endangered Fishes of the Colorado River
The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources invites you to join us for a lecture on the endangered fishes of the upper Colorado River basin. We will discuss four unique fish species inhabiting the Colorado River and its tributaries: the Colorado pikeminnow, humpback chub, bonytail and razorback sucker. We will cover biology, distribution, factors contributing to their decline (both past and present), as well as the ongoing efforts to recover these fish. The program begins at 6 pm on Thursday July 31st at the Moab Information Center and is free to the public.

For more information, call Chris Michaud at 435 259 3784, or send an email to
posted on: July 23, 2014

Yoga Teacher Training Course
Earn your 200-hour Yoga Alliance approved yoga teacher certification at Heart and Core Yoga Studio in Cortez, Colorado. Course meets on select Saturdays September through April. For more info visit heart and core yoga dot com, or call (970) 739-0547.

For more information, call Jill Lawson at (970) 739-0547, or send an email to
posted on: July 20, 2014

Sustainable You! Summer Camp
August 12-15: Sustainable You! Summer Camp in Moab is an exciting opportunity for kids entering 5th through 8th grades to participate in an awesome learning adventure during the summer. This Summer Camp is for kids who want to be active, have fun and learn about our amazing backyard environment. Learn how we can improve it by investigating local waterways, the ways we travel, and how we deal with recycling and garbage. Experience meaningful AND fun activities. Kids will develop a stronger sense of place, empowerment,and positive hope for the future of our natural environment. This program is led by Roslynn Brain, PhD, of the University of Utah in Moab. CFI Naturalist Guides that are extensively trained to work in our ongoing school environmental education programs will also be leading activities. $150 for Grand County youth, additional scholarships available. For more information, visit:

For more information, call Canyonlands Field Instutute at 4352597750, or send an email to
posted on: July 19, 2014

Adult 3v3 Basketball Starts July 28th
Adult 3 v 3 Basketball starts July 28. Play Monday and Wednesday nights at the Center St Gym. $45 per team. Rules and Registration form available at For more info, call 259-2255.

For more information, call Moab City Recreation at 259-2255, or send an email to
posted on: July 15, 2014

Delicate Stitchers Quilt Guild Exhibit and Recepti
Delicate Stitchers Quilt Guild Themed Challenge Show “Impressions of Canyonlands” Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Canyonlands National Park Delicate Stitchers Quilt Guild will hold its 13th annual themed challenge quilt show from July 15 through September 13 at the Museum of Moab. This year’s theme, “Impressions of Canyonlands”, celebrates the 50th anniversary of Canyonlands National Park. Sixteen Quilt Guild members have created 20 quilts to celebrate the Park’s anniversary. A special reception, sponsored by The Friends of Arches and Canyonlands Parks, will be held at the Museum of Moab on Saturday, August 2 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. One quilt, by a former NPS employee, is the view through her side-view mirror that she would see while working in the Needles. The NPS patch on her sleeve is shown through the car window. There are several quilts depicting Mesa Arch and other scenes in Canyonlands, a portrait of Bates Wilson, and a Dream Catcher that represents the Native American history of the area. One quilt from a member who resides in Alaska, and another is made by the husband of a Quilt Guild member and the first by a man in one of the shows. Thirteen years ago the Guild began annual themed challenges. Each year, members suggest a theme for quilters to follow when making a quilt for the show, with a vote deciding the challenge. Over the years, the Guild has had themes based on African fabric, patriotic subjects, quilts made with black and white and one color only, “Anything Moab” as a theme, flowers, food, word play, and last year’s Name That Tune, where viewers were asked to guess the name of the song depicted in the quilt. Guild members enjoy creating the quilts and visitors to the show enjoy viewing the variety of themes over the years. Ballots are provided and viewers are asked to vote for their favorite quilt. The Utah Quilt Guild provides a monetary prize for the winners. The Delicate Stitchers Quilt Guild was founded in 1998 by a group of women who realized there were a great many quilters in Moab and the surrounding area, and also recognized the need for an organized group that would foster this fiber art form. Monthly meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month, at 7 p.m., at the Grand Center, 182 North 500 W in Moab. The program consists of a mini-lesson on an annually chosen theme, a book review and a quilting-related main lesson. Dues are $15 per year. Workshops are held on an occasional basis. A large, biennial quilt show is held in March of odd calendar years.

For more information, call Linn DeNesti at 206-226-6995, or send an email to
posted on: July 15, 2014

Bates Wilson Youth Camp
Saturday August 30th - Monday September 1st 2014 Needles District Canyonlands National Park The Friends of Arches and Canyonlands Parks in partnership with Canyonlands Field Institute announces the first annual Bates Wilson Youth camp in celebration of Canyonlands National Park’s 50th Anniversary. The camp will be held in the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park over Labor Day weekend, Saturday August 30th through Monday September 1st. The Friends is offering this fully funded camp to youth entering 9th through 12th grade. An application is required and there is a $50 registration fee only. The application requires a one page essay from the interested participant that details the reason they would like to attend the camp. Space is limited and applications are due by August 8th. This an opportunity for students with career interests in recreation, resource management and public land agencies, and building basic wilderness skills. Participants will learn about the legacy of Bates Wilson, first superintendent of Canyonlands National Park; take an exciting Navtec jeep adventure over Elephant Hill to Chesler Park; go on a variety of nature hikes with CFI guides, learn about the unique geology and archeology features, and participate in park ranger talks. To apply contact Joette Langianese at 435-259-0108 or visit Click on the program button and go to Youth Education to download the application. The application can be mailed to Friends of Arches and Canyonlands Parks, P.O. Box 1680, Moab UT 84532 or emailed to

For more information, call Linn DeNesti at 206-226-6995, or send an email to
posted on: July 15, 2014

Fall Sports Registering Now
FALL SPORTS REGISTERING NOW!! 8th Grade Football, Youth Football (4-7 grade), Flag Football (1-3 grade), Coed Soccer (K-3 grade), MS Volleyball, Youth Volleyball (3-6 grade). Coaches needed! Register at or stop by the Recreation Office at City Center. Call 259-2255 for more information.

For more information, call Moab City Recreation at 259-2255, or send an email to
posted on: July 11, 2014

GARDEN DINNER at the Youth Garden Project
Treat yourself to a unique night out! On Friday, August 1st at 7:30pm, Guest Chef Kaye Davis - along with Kara Stoner - will be creating a feast for the senses. Expect four courses of delicious seasonal-food-goodness in the garden, not to mention wonderful atmosphere! This is a YGP fundraiser. All proceeds support youth and community programs. Call (435)259-BEAN to make reservations or RSVP at

For more information, call Youth Garden Project at (435) 259-BEAN, or send an email to
posted on: July 08, 2014

Escalante Days Mtn.Bike Race Dolores, CO
Dolores Rotary Club sponsors the 16th annual Escalante Days Mtn.Bike Race on Sat. Aug. 9, 2014. The race will start at 9:50 am at Fifth and Central in Dolores, CO. There will be cash prizes for winners in the Expert and Single Speed race categories and prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place finishers in Beginner and Sport race classes.Register online at (search for “Escalante Days” or “Dolores”) by August 6th or on race day from 8:00 am to 9:00 am in front of the Dolores Medical Office. Pre-registration entry fees are $35 and day of race entry fees are $45. Course maps and additional information are available at We will also offer a free children’s Bike Rodeo after the Children’s Parade on Friday, August 8, behind the Dolores Medical Center. The rodeo teaches bicycle safety skills in a fun and safe manner. Participants will receive free bike helmets and will be entered in a drawing to win a new bicycle!

For more information, call Mark Tucker at 970.385.1369, or send an email to
posted on: June 15, 2014

Pickin' in the Park
Pickin' in the Park – Paonia's 7th Annual FREE Summer Concert Series in Paonia Town Park, Paonia, CO – Every Thursday in August - 6pm until dark Free live music featuring: National Touring Acts, a family friendly environment, with an on-site kids' activity area. Local food vendors, local wines & Paonia's own Revolution Brewing available, as well as non-alcoholic beverages. Bring a lawn chair, blankets, coolers, picnics, but no glass please! Co-sponsored with KVNF Public Radio. The 2014 Lineup: August 7 – SHINYRIBS (Lead singer from the Austin, TX based band, The Gourds) Opening set by Locust Honey (NC Oldtime Music) August 14 – MISS TESS & THE TALKBACKS (Brooklyn via Boston Songstress will provide the jazzy, swingy music, bring the dance shoes); Opening set by Kipori Woods New Orleans Blues August 21 – DREW EMMITT BAND (Leftover Salmon lead singer and mandolin master back to his bluegrass roots); Opening set by Simpler Times Gunnison, CO Bluegrass! August 28 – BASKERY (These three Swedish sisters play joyful, edgy, rocking Americana Music.); Opening set by Mustered Courage Bluegrass from Australia!

For more information, call Andrea Lecos at (970) 527-5766, or send an email to
posted on: May 23, 2014

Journey Beyond Abuse Womens Support Group
Seekhaven offers a weekly support group for women called Journey Beyond Abuse every Thursday at 1:00pm at the Seekhaven Chapel. The group is free and open to women only.

For more information, call Amie at 435-259-2229, or send an email to
posted on: April 09, 2014

Canyonlands 50th Art Contest
Canyonlands 50th Anniversary Art Contest. Submissions: now–August 29th Show and sale: Sept. 6th–31st The National Park Service, Friends of Arches and Canyonlands Parks, and the Moab Arts & Recreation Center announce an art contest in honor of the 50th Anniversary of Canyonlands National Park. Artists working in any 2D media may compete for the Best of Show award of $500, with 2nd and 3rd place prizes to be announced on Sept. 13th, 2014 in Moab, UT. Please capture the tagline of the 50th anniversary: INSPIRATION, SOLITUDE, ADVENTURE. Artists must be 16 or older and may submit ONE entry. Contact the MARC 259-6272 for info.

For more information, call Laurie Collins at 435-259-6272, or send an email to
posted on: March 05, 2014

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