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Radio Room Concert Series

These concerts are held in The Radio Room, our 75-seat live music venue. We host at least 12 concerts per year. We broadcast all or part of each concert live on KAFM radio at 88.1 in Grand Junction, CO and on the web at kafmradio.org. We record these concerts in Studio D, our digital recording studio. Each year, we produce a compilation CD of performances entitled, Live at the Radio Room. We have also started video recording of all these performances. Some of these can be seen on youtube.com and we envision other potential distribution channels.

Lifelong Learning Series

These are lectures and presentations that we present in the Radio Room on a regular basis. They are part of a lifelong learning initiative involving storytelling, theatre and lectures. Topics have included: a young man who spent a year in Antarctica, a Marine One helicopter pilot telling stories of his years at the White House, a presentation on the Burning Man Festival along with a fire dance exhibition in our parking lot, a program of a staged reading of a new play along with interactive feedback with the playwright, a lecture and demonstration on naturopathic medicine and a storytelling/musical performance by John Winn, a musician who was part of the folk revolution in New York City during the 1960s with the likes of Bob Dylan and Judy Collins.

The Gallery at the Radio Room

Located in the Radio Room at KAFM, the Gallery at the Radio Room features the work of some of the area's finest artists. Works in every medium will be represented in ongoing exhibitions throughout the year. The Gallery, located at 1310 Ute Avenue, is open Monday through Friday from 11 am to 1 pm and at all events at the Radio Room. The Gallery is also open by appointment. Call 241-8801 to arrange an appointment. A portion of all gallery sales goes to benefit KAFM Community Radio.

Community Events

The Grand Junction Commission on Arts and Culture is embarking on an economic impact study of the arts in Grand Junction for 2016. They will be attending cultural events and gathering paper surveys from patrons. If you attend cultural events and see them there, please take 2 minutes to complete the anonymous survey and be a part of this extremely important project that will benefit the entire community. Contact Lorie Gregor, 970-254-3876 with questions.


What's happening around town?
AROMATHERAPY – Modern Day Applications of an Ancie
Feb 13 @ 10:00AM
Educational Class on aromatherapy and the responsible use of essential oils for health, home, and family.  This introductory…
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Valentine's Day Live Jazz, Dinner and Wine
Feb 13 @ 6:00PM
Celebrate Valentine's Day in a truly unique way. We will enjoy delicious food and wine pairing while dancing to live jazz…
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Community Contra Dance
Feb 13 @ 7:00PM
Community Contra Dance, ages 10 and up. All dances taught and cued by dance caller, Ron Young. Live music by…
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Anna in the Tropics
Feb 13 @ 7:30PM
Set in Southern Florida during the late 1920s, Anna in the Tropics describes the life and situations of a set of Cuban-Americans…
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Will Whalen at The Red Barn!
Feb 14 @ 9:00AM
Will Whalen combines his mastery of a loop station with guitar and keyboard to perform an eclectic mix of music, ranging from…
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Indie Lens Pop-Up Film Screening
Feb 17 @ 6:30PM
The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution by Stanley Nelson A new revolutionary culture emerged in the turbulent 1960s, and…
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2016 Water Course for Citizens
Feb 18 @ 6:00PM
The public is invited to this 3-evening lecture series covering our region's climate and hydrology, water law, and planning…
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