Station Announcements

KFAI, Fresh Air Radio’s Annual Meeting is this Friday, December 12, 2008, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at Open Book, 1011 Washington Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55415. For directions to Open Book click here:

KFAI now offers mp3 live streaming and program archiving for each of the 91 produced programs you’ve come to enjoy. Podcasting of KFAI’s news and public affairs programs will also be active in coming days. There are a few more wheels and cogs to be activated before podcasting is live. KFAI welcomes your feedback about these new additions. Let us know at

KFAI’s 2009 Board of Directors election time is here. We want your input as a listener member. Your opinion counts. Let us know your preferred candidates to the Board of Directors for Listener Members.

KFAI mourns the loss of Georgette Pfannkuch, programmer and founder of Bonjour Minnesota: since 1984. Georgette passed away on Saturday, September 13th, 2008 at her home, surrounded by her family. She leaves behind her husband, Olaf, sons Georges and Johannes, daughters Karin and Barbara, and grandaughters Josephine and Isabelle.

Dee Henry Williams, host of A Great Blend of Watercolors: invites you to Art for Healing & Celebration Saturday, September 6, 2008, 1:00pm – 5:00pm, at KFAI, 1808 Riverside Avenue. A blue jean workshop will occur from Noon to 1:00.

On Saturday June 21st, join KFAI at the the Juneteenth Festival in Theodore Wirth Park. KFAI will broadcast live from 9am until 5pm right next to the African Map Room on Glenwood Avenue.

KFAI and The Twin Cities Daily Planet would like to invite you to a Party for a Media Revolution on Thursday, June 5th, at Trocadero’s.

We’re proud to present a full day of music at the KFAI Art-A-Whirl Outdoor Stage, Saturday, May 17 at the 331 Club in Northeast Minneapolis.

KFAI is offering a three-month training opportunity to community members and existing KFAI volunteers interested in developing new, innovative, and engaging programming for the radio station.

May 1, 2008 marks 30 years of KFAI programming in the Twin Cities. KFAI’s first broadcast took place in the belfry at Walker Church in south Minneapolis.