Holiday Season Approaches
Holiday season is setting in and we’ve got some big plans. We announced recently our new space in CoVort 49 Main St. in Downtown Bangor. Well, we plan on live broadcasting from it! Our main studios will still be busy in all of our locations, but we will be taking our 80’s and Alternative out to on the road for some specific shows and times.
We have a great space, right in the front window in the historic district of Bangor at CoVort, which looks right out onto Main Street. Kim Mitchell will be broadcasting on Mainely Alternative there the Saturday after Thanksgiving, November 27th from 1-6pm. CoVort will be hosting a local vendors market during the holiday season. Stop by, shop and say hi! We plan on being there on the Saturdays leading up to Christmas as well.
Jim Baines of Mainely 80’s will also be doing some live shows from downtown Bangor. We are working on the schedule, so watch this space and our Facebook page to find out when!! Also, watch for an 80’s countdown show off the top 100 songs of the decade. Jim is putting together the list now, and there are a few surprises in store for you.
Speaking of the holidays, we have a new sponsor added for the season…Box of Maine! Dan Finnemore of Old Town has put together an outstanding concept; unique food items, gifts and products exclusively from Maine businesses that can be grouped together and shipped anywhere. Box of Maine has brought joy to thousands of folks wanting that connection to Maine wherever they are. Check out their products on their website www.boxofmaine.com Don’t forget to order up for your relatives and friends “from away.”
As we get closer to Christmas, keep in mind National Wreaths Across America Day is December 18th this year. Make sure to check out Wreaths Across America Radio right here on MIR as we will have full coverage of the annual caravan from downeast Maine to Washington DC. Check out all of the lead up to the event, plus all of their great programming at: https://learn.wreathsacrossamerica.org/radio
That’s it for now. Keep warm and keep listening to Maine Internet Radio.