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KZMU FEATURED PROGRAMS

Return to Fantasia
a part of Bach & Beyond
with DJ Majesty
Sundays 5-7pm

1-2-3
with Christy Williams-Dunton
Fridays 1pm – 3pm

Fire On The Mountain
with Gypsy Jack
Every other Friday 3pm – 6pm

Jah Morning
with Keith G
Sundays 9am – 12pm

Ill Beats Radio
with Chad Wilson
Saturdays 7pm – 9pm

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS

Customer Service Training

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Date of event: March 15- 16 2019 Location: 111 E 100 N Full Description: Brad J. Anderson uses distinct high energy and fun method to teach people how to improve their customer service. Four convenient times, Four identical sessions over two days, March 15 & 16 at the Moab Arts and Recreation Center. 8 AM to 12 or 1 PM to 5. Pick one time on one day. Register in advance https://BradAnderson.jubileetix.com Name: Michele Hill Phone: 435-259-1340 Email: events@discovermoab.com Website: https://BradAnderson.jubileetix.com

Trip Advisor – Reputation Management Seminar

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Date of event: February 21 2019 Location: 125 E Center Street Full Description: Star Hall 10 AM - 12 PM on February 21st. Phil Giudice covers the scope and scale of TripAdvisor best practices. Name: Moab Travel Council Phone: 435-259-1370 Email: admin@discovermoab.com Website:

Kevin Fedarko – Beneath the River of Shooting Stars: Beauty, Austerity, and Grace in the Grand Canyon

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Date of event: Friday, February 15, 6:00 PM Location: Star Hall Full Description: Kevin Fedarko's work has taken him to some of the world's most dramatic landscapes. His deepest connection, however, is to the river and the canyon where he spend six years researching and writing "The Emerald Mile," which opens a window into the hidden world at the bottom of perhaps the most iconic and beloved landscape feature in North America, as well as one of the most endangered. Despite the fact that the Grand Canyon is widely recognized as universally revered, it is surrounded on all sides by…

Brett Sutteer – The Evolution of Canyoneering on the Colorado Plateau

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Date of event: Thursday, February 21, 6:00 PM Location: 257 E Center St., Moab Full Description: The Colorado Plateau contains the largest concentration of slot canyons anywhere on the planet. Some say the Golden Age of canyoneering exploration is behind us with most of the profound slots now descended and documented. In the last decade or so a handful of dedicated adventurers employing new technology and specialized techniques have revealed hundreds of canyons that went under the radar till recently. Brett Sutteer, owner of Moab Cliffs & Canyons, explores the the many characters, tools, & techniques that have brought these…

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