So it’s good news to me Petaluma will have its own free speech radio station, KPCA, 103.3, sometime this spring thanks to the diligent work of many at Petaluma Community Access TV (PCA cable channels 26, 27 and 28). I’m dreaming up my costume till its tasty. Or whatever. Incognito sounds intriguing but I’m definitely NOT coming black tie!

To celebrate, raise a glass and raise funds, PCA is hosting The Envelope, Please, a super fun gala taking place Oscar night, Sunday February 28th, 4pm-10pm. If you go all out, costume, incognito, black tie and want V.I.P. treatment, 3 drinks, special seating, great appetizers et al, get yourself the high ticket, at $75; General Admission also includes a beverage at $50.

I’m excited about this! Considering what radio shows I’d like to PRODUCE…yikes! Can I stay on point through 6 shows? Yes….

There are so many very good stories to share and music to play and friends with amazing projects to present them – what a boon to Petaluma life.

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For more information about this event, you may visit the PCA website at www.pca.tv.

Tickets are $75 VIP and $50 General Admission.
Purchase your tickets at the following:
PCA Offices, 205 Keller Street (no service charges)
McNear’s Saloon, 23 Petaluma Blvd. N (no service charges)
Online at www.mystictheatre.com (service charges apply here)