Anthony Reynolds

Grab your dapper shoes for an evening of music and dancing to support Public Radio 90! The Queen City Hot Band will provide the music, and a pre-show Swing Clinic begins at 6:30!

Admission is $5.00 and the dance goes from 7-9pm.

Public Radio 90 is a public service of Northern Michigan University, and serves the Upper Great Lakes Region.

The Dance is sponsored by:
Lagniappe Cajun Creole Eatery
Boomerang Retro and Relics
Mary Moratti of the Studio Hair Design

MARQUETTE, MI--   A local group of citizens is raising funds to help out pipeline protesters at Standing Rock.  

Event coordinator John Mallo says they’re raising money to buy Eco-Bricks—an environmentally friendly hardwood fuel product that burns in a fireplace or woodstove.  One ton is equal to one full cord of cut and split firewood and has the burning capacity of 1.25 times that amount. 

Mallo says the group wants to purchase ten tons of the Eco-Bricks. 

MARQUETTE, MI--   The Chocolay Raptor Center is holding a fundraising event for a new National Alliance on Mental Illness-Alger/Marquette class aimed at the families of service members and veterans. 

“Homefront” is a six-week class to be held this fall that will teach families about mental health issues—their symptoms, medications, and other related topics.  

NAMI-A/M President Cindy K. Bertucci says the classes were developed to help them understand what their loved one might be going through.

Summerfest 2017

Feb 15, 2016

Call now! 1-800-227-WNMU

Summerfest 2017 - it's a wrap.

We raised just over $23,000 during Summerfest 2017 - Thank You! The contributions that came in during the 10-day on-air campaign were a major step towards balancing the books by the end of our fiscal year on June 30th, and those funds are a major reason we can continue to bring you quality programs like Morning Edition and All Things Considered.

If you didn't get a chance to call in to make your contribution during the drive, please take a moment right now before June 30th. 

Today is the last day in our fundraising year, we still have a little under $8,000 to raise to pay our program bills and keep Public Radio 90 operational for another year.

THANK YOU everyone who has already donated this year helping us raise $488,632 since July 2013.

Remember your support is key to the success of Public Radio 90 - and by success we mean keeping your favorite programs on-the-air.