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Experience Michiana - September 2nd, 2021


Experience Michiana is made possible in part by the Community Foundation of St. Joseph County, and the Indiana Arts Commission, which receives support from the State of Indiana and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Episode #1178 - September 2nd, 2021
The La Porte County Symphony Orchestra is having their Hoosier Star Concert that will crown a winner for this years Hoosier Star Competition. The St. Joseph River has been critical to this region since people first decided to make a home on it’s shores. People come from all over to the Plymouth Blueberry Festival, and one of the things that draws people in are the hot air balloons that people can take a ride on and light up the night sky for a Hot Air Balloon Glow.
Original Airdate: September 02, 2021

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  • September 2nd, 2021 Photo
    La Porte County Symphony Orchestra Hoosier Star Competition
    Tim King, Alastair Willis More Information
    September 2nd, 2021 Photo

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    Saturday, September 11th @ 7pm

    The La Porte County Symphony Orchestra is having their Hoosier Star Concert that will crown a winner for this years Hoosier Star Competition. Tim King and Alastair Willis share with Courtney about this upcoming concert and how the talent came from all over the state to compete. You can watch this concert live in person, or virtually.

    Get more info here: https://lcso.net/events/hoosier-star/

    Guests

    1. Tim KingExecutive DirectorLa Porte County Symphony Orchestra
    2. Alastair WillisMusic DirectorSouth Bend Symphony

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    Then, Now and Always: The St. Joseph River Story
    Patricia Wisniewski, Tom Desch More Information
    September 2nd, 2021 Photo

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    Airs on Thursday, September 9th at 8pm & Sunday, September 12th at 6pm on 34.1

    The St. Joseph River has been critical to this region since people first decided to make a home on it’s shores. What the river has meant for the people has changed but it’s importance remains the same. The Producers of WNIT’s documentary “Then, Now and Always: The St. Joseph River Story” shared with Kelly the process they went through and some of the things they learned.

    For more info on the documentary which airs for the first time Thursday, September 9th at 8pm, go here: www.WNIT.org

    Guests

    1. Patricia WisniewskiProducer
    2. Tom DeschProducer

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    Blueberry Balloonfest
    Jim Kunze More Information
    September 2nd, 2021 Photo

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    People come from all over to the Plymouth Blueberry Festival, and one of the things that draws people in are the hot air balloons that people can take a ride on and light up the night sky for a Hot Air Balloon Glow. Jim Kunze helps put the event on and he shared with Dave just what it takes, and how they are still looking for volunteers to help out.

    Guests

    1. Jim Kunze

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