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You’re Invited to the WQCS 30th Anniversary Open House

WQCS Open House

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Join other listeners of 88.9FM at the WQCS OPEN HOUSE on Friday, November 30th from 4 to 7 pm and Saturday, December 1st from 10 am to 2 pm as we celebrate 30 years of serving our community.  WQCS studios are located at 3209 Virginia Avenue in Ft. Pierce…look for the radio tower near the Indian River State College campus.

Meet WQCS radio personalities and tour the station while enjoying entertainment and prizes.   Skywatch’s Jon Bell will demonstrate the Theremin musical instrument and Jim Lett will test your geography knowledge.  You can talk with American Songbook’s Dick Golden and Morning Edition’s Drew Mello, learn about local history from Floridays’ Janie Gould, and meet news director Jill Roberts, Lifelines’ Patti Corey, Captain Joe Ward, and Radio Memories’ Joe Lenartine.

WQCS Schedule:

Dr. James Lett

Excursions in Geography

Friday, 4:30pm

Janie Gould


Friday, 5:00pm

Saturday, 10:30am

Dick Golden

American Songbook

Friday, 5:30pm

Saturday, 11:00am

Joe Lenartiene

Radio Memories

Friday, 6:00pm

Saturday, 11:30am

Jon Bell

Skywatch (Theremin)

Friday, 6:30pm

Saturday, 12:00pm

3 Young Musicians to Perform at Open House

Three talented music students who were selected for WQCS’ Young Musicians Spotlight show last spring will perform during the WQCS open house Saturday, Dec. 1, at 12:30.

The special half-hour program in the performance studio will include Luke Horgan, a tenor saxophonist who will present a jazz piece that he’s preparing especially for the occasion. Luke is a sophomore at Lincoln Park Academy, where he is in the International Baccalaureate program. He plays in Lincoln Park’s Jazz and Symphonic Bands, directed by Jason Albert.

Geoffrey Zheng will play piano. He is a ninth grader at Lincoln Park Academy and plays violin in the Lincoln Park Orchestra. His piano teacher is Tetyana Kuliush.

Noah Graben will play a piece for saxophone. He is a sophomore at John Carroll High School, where he plays in the band. He takes private lessons from James Archer.

Also on the IRSC campus you can shop for the holidays at the DECA Holiday Bazaar Saturday, December 1, 2012 from 8am to 3pm.