Living Streets Alliance announces a Kidical Mass bike ride on Saturday, February 14th at noon, starting from and returning to Blenman Elementary School, 1695 N. Country Club. There will be bike repair, helmets for youth, ice cream treats and more. Kidical Mass rides are family-friendly, law-abiding rides designed to bring families together to ride safely as a group. More information is available at LivingStreetsAlliance.org.
The Healthy You Network hosts Have a Heart For Our Planet: An Environmental and Sustainability Festival on Sunday, February 15th at the Loft Cinema Campus. There will be two screenings of the groundbreaking environmental documentary Cowspiracy, at 11am and 3:30pm, with a Q&A after each showing with the filmmakers. The Have a Heart For Our Planet: An Environmental and Sustainability Festival will also feature guest speakers, food vendors, and demonstrations. A schedule and details are at HealthyYouNetwork.org.
Second Saturdays Downtown returns Saturday, February 14, from 2pm to 8 pm. The family-friendly event features eclectic live music on the Scott Avenue Stage with Little House of Funk, Hank Topless Band, and Santa Pachita. The Historic Train Depot offers kids activities along with a screening of “The Princess Bride.” The main library plaza hosts a bike-in movie night. A complete schedule is available at 2ndSaturdays.com.
The Sierra Club Borderlands Campaign presents a benefit featuring two authors at Borderlands Brewing Company, 119 E Toole at 5:00 pm on Friday, February 13th. National Outdoor Book Award winner Krista Schlyer will share photos and passages from Continental Divide: Wildlife, People and the Border Wall. Journalist Todd Miller will share stories from his book, Border Patrol Nation. Details on Facebook at Sierra Club Borderlands Campaign.
KXCI currently runs 4 PSAs from 4 different organizations in rotation for a period of one week. That means if your PSA is selected, it will receive approximately 56 on air mentions which is an in-kind value of $1020.00. For best results, you should submit your PSA request at least 2 weeks in advance via the Submit PSA Form on the Contact page. Submission of a PSA request does not guarantee a specific schedule of announcements. If you have any questions or comments feel free to write them here or call the PSA Coordinator (520) 623-1000 x 17. PSAs on KXCI are aired as a community service. Unfortunately, because so many organizations are doing so many wonderful things, we are unable to broadcast every PSA submission. To guarantee a particular broadcast schedule you may wish to consider KXCI Underwriting.