KPFZ occasionally puts on fundraising events such as concerts and yard sales. We also have tables at community events, get together socially, and of course we hold meetings to discuss station business. These events offer entertainment, a chance to meet your favorite programmer, and opportunities to support KPFZ. Here’s a list of what’s happening:

The annual KPFZ 88.1 FM Harvest On Air Fund Drive and Open House is scheduled for Saturday, November 14, 2015.  This is a great time to renew your membership or become a member if you aren’t one already.  This event is one way to help keep Lake County Community Radio on the air.  Without our volunteers, subscribers, and underwriters, KPFZ would not exist.

Come and meet our programmers, board operators, and other volunteers at the Open House.  See what a radio station looks like and how it works.  You can drop by and hang out, help answer phones, bring some food and drink to share with others.  You are guaranteed a good time.  Live programming starts at 7 a.m.

KPFZ is located upstairs at 149 North Main Street.  Be the first to donate by calling 707/263-3640.

See you there!

Thanks for a great Halloween benefit!

Ellen H (Editor in Chief)

Hope you were able to make it the Finley Grange for some GREAT food, company, and music!  It was a good night of fun with friends.

AWESOME dancing music was provided by Without a Net.  The dance floor was never empty.  The food was FABULOUS!  The costumes were WONDERFUL!  Check out our Facebook page for pictures of some of the attendees.

If you were not able to attend, make sure to set the date aside next year!  You won’t be sorry.

7 Responses to “KPFZ Events”

  1. jack thomas Says:

    Hi KPFZ – I was wondering if playlists are available for your recently-played shows. There was some stuff played last night on Eclectic Echoes (Aug 3, night) that I’d really like to follow up on. Great show, I’d like to meet the dj sometime.

    jack thomas
    (local musician)

  2. Latrell Lacey Says:

    I would like to know the song list of a show that aired on Sunday Aug. 17, 2013 at around 11:30 am. A hillbilly sounding dj playing unusual and unheard songs.

    Thank you,
    Latrell Lacey (student)

  3. Linda Says:

    Why don’t you post your events on here (IE: yacht club seafood extravaganza)? I see that you do on facebook sometimes but many don’t use facebook.

  4. Judy Bond Says:

    To Commenter #2: The program you probably heard is Old Okie’s Trading Post, broadcast on Saturdays 11:00-1:00 except for the last Saturday of the month when it is The Buckarooman Show. There is nothing on Sundays that fits your description.

  5. Suzanne Says:

    KPFZ Benefit –
    Grand Opening – Lake County’s Only Jazz Club: Friday the 7th of February is when it all happens. From 7 pm to 10 pm, at 5570 Live Oak Drive in Kelseyville, experience an intimate evening in the newly transformed banquet room of the Live Oak Grill. Art and mood lighting provided by local artist, and KPFZ programmer, Bob Blackmoore.
    The Jim Leonardis Quartet will perform Jazz for dancing. The band features Jim Leonardis on tenor sax and clarinet, keyboardist Paul Kemp, bassist David Ferrario, and drummer Lynn Clark. A Spanish Tapas seven course dinner will be prepared by Marcie Ann Long and Dennis “Pop” Booth, KPFZ music programmers.
    If you’re a musician in Lake County looking to meet other musicians, where do you go? Pop’s Jazz Club was envisioned by Pop and Dennis “Doc” Bilardi, both DJs for KPFZ 88.1 FM community radio as a place for artists to gather and share ideas to strengthen our local music and arts community.
    You may have seen Kemp perform with Machiko, in the jazz duo, Majide. You may have seen Leonardis play with Tom Aiken as the Rural Jazz Project at a Lake County Live event at the Soper-Reese Community Theatre, but you’ve never seen them sound like this.
    The sound system was installed by Mondo Sound of San Francisco, who provided equipment and sound engineers to the DNA Lounge for 15 years, in addition to installations in many San Francisco nightclubs, including Slim’s, Bimbo’s, and the I-Beam.
    This event is a benefit for KPFZ 88.1 FM community radio. Call (707) 245-7532 or (707) 994-4373 or to reserve tickets. Only 50 tickets are available at $20 for KPFZ members, $25 for non-members. Membership forms available at the door.
    Another jazz club event is in the works for March. Contact Suzanne at or (707) 994-4373 if interested in performing.

  6. Suzanne Says:

    Upcoming KPFZ Friend Raisers:

    Friday, March 14, 2014
    at Pop’s Place for Jazz, 5570 Live Oak Drive Kelseyville from 7:00pm to 10:00pm – The Rural Jazz Project with special surprise guests. Limited to 50 tickets. $15 for KPFZ members, $20 for non-members.

    Friday, April 4, 2014
    at Pop’s Place for Jazz, 5570 Live Oak Drive Kelseyville from 7:00pm to 10:00pm – The Dave Haskell Group, in their first Lake County appearance. Limited to 50 tickets.

    For tickets or more information call (707) 994-4373 or email or

  7. Debbie Says:

    I was listening to your station on friday the 12th of June and something was said about a canning foods class at the kelseyville grange and I can not remember what days it was. I tried to look up a phone number for the grange but was not successful. Also if you have any information about the timebank in lake county I would also like information about that or who I could contact for more information. Thank you for your time. Sincerely, Debbie Lawrence

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