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Wonderland Radio Hour in Monte Rio


Prairie Home Companion meets Amateur Radio Hour in a series of live radio shows to be recorded at the historic Rio Theater in beautiful downtown Monte Rio. This series of community-produced, community-inspired recorded programs will then be broadcast on KRCB Radio.   Each hour will showcase local musicians, artists, writers and characters from various areas of the Lower Russian River Area, from Forestville to Jenner-by-the-Sea.

 The community is invited to attend the taping of the premiere performance, which will feature:


local historian John Shubert

disco hit makers of the 80’s

stories about the establishment of the only parks west of the Rockies privately owned and operated by a non-profit organization

a popular library program called “Read to a Dog” and

the struggle faced by old-timers to attract volunteers to keep their historic institutions alive.


Free and open to the public, parking available across the street from the theater

 Saturday, May 19

11:00-12:00 Noon (Doors Open 10:30am/Show begins at 11:00 am)

The Rio Theater

20396 Bohemian Highway

Monte Rio CA 95462


For more information, go to wonderlandradiohour.com or contact Rhian Miller, Producer,

415 706-1992, rhianmiller@wonderlandradio.com

 This program is supported by California Humanities through a Humanities for All Project Grant. 


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