Oscar Night at the Mystic! Our second year of dressing up for Free Speech Radio – the new KPCA FM station in the making through our Petaluma Community Access (PCA). I attended a recent stakeholders meeting and met a guy who creates radio dramas, murder mysteries with a twist (is there any other kind?) and guys with terrific music collections to share. You can’t tell what all will be onair – but you can dream up a show and get help putting it together and get it out over the airwaves.

All this means a great deal to us in this time of challenge to free speech. When our pres. can tweet that free media is THe Enemy, we know its endangered – so let’s start a NEW RADIO STATION!!! We’ll probably be under their radar so we can say what we LIKE to say…good idea! And in the process share much of the good ideas from our culture and others that we truly want to pass along.

So Wayne (Morgenthaler, who with Edy Wynhamer founded PCA) and I went shopping for dressy dress clothes to imagine ourselves at the put on your finest duds and dressy going out dress and get us to the Mystic SUNDAY FEBRUARY 26th, 4-10pm. We know a good time when we’ve already had one – so this will be a memorable night in our town.

As John Bertucci, Executive Director, and Chris Fisher, Outreach Coordinator, would tell us:
Buy Your Tickets Today for “The Envelope, Please” – Petaluma’s Oscar Night Gala Event, February 26, 2017
Posted on December 9, 2016 by PCA Admin
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On Sunday February 26, Petaluma Community Access (PCA) will present our Oscar night gala event, The Envelope, Please, at the Mystic Theatre from 4 – 10 pm.

This event is a benefit to raise funds and support for KPCA 103.3 FM, the new community radio station which will be coming to the Petaluma airwaves very soon.

Assert your star power!

Get your glamour on or come incognito. Black tie optional. Bring your entourage!

Dress up for fun and walk the red carpet. Enjoy signature cocktails, beer, wine and appetizers as we watch the Oscars on the big screen with the help of celebrity emcee Tom Gaffey.

Read about last year’s inaugural The Envelope, Please event in the Press Democrat.

Once again Louis Thomas, our Petaluma resource for fine men’s apparel, is offering folks attending The Envelope, Please a $40 discount on tuxedo rentals. Stop by their shop at 150 Kentucky Street, Petaluma to get fitted.

Tickets for this KPCA fundraiser are $60 each if you buy in person or via telephone, $62 if purchased online. Purchase yours today!

Call 773-3190 or stop by the PCA studio at 205 Keller Street, Suite 102 (downstairs) between 2 – 8 pm Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday to buy yours.