Water, Boats, and Sailing Episode with Guest DJ, Wendy & DB (Podcast/Radio Show)

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Water, Boats, and Sailing Episode with Guest DJ, Wendy & DB

Chicago duo Wendy and DB are back guest DJing HFVS! In this episode, Wendy and DB will take you on an aquatic adventure, as they dive deeply into the rivers, lakes, and oceans of our planet and explore some of the creatures that live there. We’ll learn a little bit about Wendy’s experience on Pete Seegar’s Hudson River sloop and then sail away until next time!

Wendy and DB work with an organization called A Better Life for Kids, which helps children and families in Ghana. Learn more here: abetterlifeforkids.org

Saturday from 9-10am & Sunday from 7-8am
October 7th & 8th, 2017
WXOJ LP – 103.3 FM – Valley Free Radio
Northampton, MA

Featured Video: Water Song


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  1. Live song (Wendy and DB Vocal & Guitar) : Wendy & DB Water is wide
  2. Jimmy Buffet, It’s All about the Water – Don’t Stop the Carnival
  3. Wendy & DB, Water song – HomeEarth
  4. Ella Jenkins, Wade in the Water – African American Folk Rhythms
  5. Joanie Leeds, Ferry Nice – Brooklyn Baby
  6. Raffi, Down by the Bay – Singable songs for the very young
  7. Ella Jenkins, Come Dance by the Ocean – Come Dance by the Ocean
  8. Beatles, Octupus’s Garden – Abbey Road
  9. Wendy & DB, Olly Orca – HomeEarth
  10. Mister G, Cocodrillo (Crocodile) ABC Fiesta
  11. Tim Kubert, Superhero – Anthems for Adventure
  12. Wendy & DB, Girl Superhero – HomeEarth
  13. Pete Seeger, Michael row you boat ashore – Sing out with Pete!
  14. Jazzy Ash, Down by the Riverside – Swing Set
  15. Richie Haven, Of time and River Flowing – Where have all the flowers gone?
  16. Okee Dokee Brothers, Can you Canoe? – Can you Canoe?
  17. Christopher Cross, Sailing – Sailing
  18. Dan Zanes, Sail Away – Turn, Turn, Turn
  19. Randy Newman, I will go sailing no more – Toy story




The Art of Clean Water: A Family Celebration

The Art of Clean Water: A Family Celebration

What do storm drains have in common with art, watersheds, and poetry? They’ll all be a part of The Art of Clean Water celebration put on by Enchanted Circle Theater and their community partners on Saturday, November 8th from 10am-11:30am at the Holyoke Public Library! The celebration will feature an unveiling of new artwork inspired by Holyoke students on several of the storm drains in downtown Holyoke. The event will be focused on education and advocacy around water for youth and local families and will have activities and opportunities to learn for the whole family.

Bring your children to investigate microscopic critters with the Hitchcock Center, create trash art and poetry with the Connecticut River Watershed Council, and learn about rain gardens with the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission… to name just a few highlights! Read the rest of this entry »

Advent Conspiracy: Christmas Can Still Change the World

America spends an average of $450 billion every year on Christmas. Advent Conspiracy proposes that people buy less and give more–of their time and love through relational giving.

In 2006, five pastors decided to create Advent Conspiracy and revolutionize the increasingly commercialized holiday of Christmas by encouraging their congregations to worship fully, spend less, give more, and love all.

Part of the Advent Conspiracy message is a simple suggestion that people buy one less gift, and spend the extra time with people they care about and put the extra money toward projects such as drilling for fresh water wells in India, Liberia, Peru and Sudan. For three years, Advent Conspiracy has partnered with Living Water International to tackle providing clean water to the 1.8 million people who die every year from water-borne illnesses. The $10 billion Advent Conspiracy estimates it would take to solve the world’s water woes pales in comparison to the $450 billion Americans spend each year on Christmas.

Advent Conspiracy is a movement that proposes people “spend less, give more.”

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