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CFRC plans to celebrate its 90 years of making waves with a series of events taking place throughout the year:
|Date||Location and Details|
|September 21, 2012||
CFRC Open House
Stop by CFRC for tours, historical displays, a chance to be on-air, plus coffee and treats prepared by CFRC staff and volunteers. Or join us just outside the station for music and conversation.
|September 29, 2012||
Contact Microphone Building Workshop
Make radio wherever you go! Use simple supplies, provided free of charge - wire, audio connectors, a singing birthday card - to create an entirely new object capable of capturing unique and unusual audio. Presented at CFRC in Lower Carruthers Hall, in conjunction with Culture Days, and supported by the Community Investment Fund.
|October 20, 2012
Discussion on the Future of CFRC
CFRC welcomes alumni, students, and community members to discuss the background, current situation, and solutions to CFRC's funding crisis and governance changes. CFRC staff and volunteers seek your input and recommendations on how best to provide CFRC with a secure future at Queen's.
Join CFRC alumni and friends for our 90th anniversary celebration at Megalos, 226 Princess Street in downtown Kingston. This event will feature an a-la-carte menu and cash bar; a silent auction and historical presentation; toasts and recognition of alumni who have had a special impact on CFRC’s history; and a social and dance featuring CFRC DJs past and present sharing their favourite tunes. Admission is free. The events will take place on Megalos lower floor, starting at 8pm.
|October 21, 2012||
CFRC friends are invited to visit us in Carruthers Hall for tours and a chance to get behind the mic once again.
|October (date and time TBC)||
Transmitter Building Workshop
Make radio wherever you go! Build and test your own micro-FM transmitter with facilitators from Toronto's New Adventures In Sound Art (NAISA). Presented at CFRC in Lower Carruthers Hall and supported by the Community Investment Fund.
|November (date and time TBC)||
Remote Broadcasting Workshop
Make radio wherever you go! Learn how to use simple software and an internet connection to set up a live broadcast from any location. Presented at CFRC in Lower Carruthers Hall and supported by the Community Investment Fund.
CFRC 101.9fm, Kingston’s only campus and community radio station, invites you to help us sustain our ongoing work providing community members with broadcast skills training and experience while providing listeners with innovative, one-of-a-kind radio programming.