Joe hails from our neighboring state of New York, but his work at a radio station in the Caribbean better explains his warm and friendly style on the air. As WRCH Music Director, Joe is responsible for choosing the wonderful music you enjoy all day long. He’s also the one who keeps you company while you finish out the workday with relaxing music and interesting artist tidbits. Joe’s relaxing manner in the afternoon, teamed with the 5 O’clock extra, 30 minutes of continuous music, help you leave all the stress of the day behind as you head for home.
You may have seen these “Trees” on a Post or two awhile ago. I found them on a vacation a few years back.
If your children love to cook, many do, they can measure and mix ingredients, roll out the dough and add the toppings…
Here’s some more inexpensive Halloween make your own costumes for children. This ones called “Be Yourself.” Turn your boys and girls into a “Cell Phone Snapshot” come to life. Trim a sheet of foam poster [...]
Music returns to Mortensen’s Riverfront Plaza in Hartford this Saturday.
The Mount Vernon Songbird Sanctuary is non-profit and has 4.5 acres for songbirds and other birds, on Mount Vernon Road in Southington.
Here’s a series of fun things for your children to create this Halloween.
This is my third year at Kloter Farms in Ellington. WRCH makes an appearance in our van and “Spin the Wheel” for prizes, and most important, showing off the Volvo donated by Gengras Motors.
Old Sturbridge Village Admission is only $5 Friday September 19th only.
Things for you and your children to do this weekend.
Bill Thomas is the Manager at Simsbury Airport. He’s in charge of the Simsbury Fly-In and Car Show, that celebrated it’s 29th Annual show last Sunday September 14.