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An Invitation to PBS North Coast Members

Enjoy a Delicious Meal in Support of Public Television!

On October 1st, join chef Joanne Weir, host of the PBS show "Plates & Places," at the Ingomar Club for a special four-course dinner. The evening begins at 6 PM with a 'meet and greet' Prosecco reception, followed by dinner with wine pairings at 7 PM. Tickets are $150 per person and include the reception, dinner and wines. To purchase tickets, call the station at 707-445-0813 Monday through Friday between 9 AM and 5 PM.

Special Thanks to StreamGuys for providing streaming services for the League Forums

Forum are scheduled for October 1, 3, 8, 10 and 11 beginning at 7 PM

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Nature - Owl Power

Wednesday, September 26th at 8 PM

For centuries, owls have been featured in children’s books and folk tales capturing imaginations the world over. With their haunting calls and charismatic faces, these birds remain popular but mysterious because it’s rare to catch more than a glimpse of one in the wild. Unlike their cousins, the hawks, eagles and falcons, owls are the only bird of prey able to also hunt effectively at night when they have the skies to themselves. This has helped them become one of the most successful birds on earth, but the chief reason is due to their extraordinary super powers. To examine these special skills, filmmakers enlisted the help of veteran bird handlers, experts and technology to demonstrate and test the owl’s amazing abilities. The program follows the lives of two barn owl chicks from the moment they hatch to show their development into super-powered owls.

Nova - Transplanting Hope

Wednesday, September 26th at 9 PM

NOVA takes you inside the operating room to witness organ transplant teams transferring organs from donors to recipients. Meet families navigating both sides of a transplant, and researchers working to end the organ shortage. Their efforts to understand organ rejection, discover ways to keep organs alive outside the body, and even grow artificial organs with stem cells, could save countless lives.


Thursday, September 27th at 10 PM

From the makers of Downton Abbey, PBS Passport presents Jamestown. In the 17th century, on the edge of the untamed Virginian wilderness, sits the English colony. The settlement barely survived its first decade but is on the brink of change with the arrival of a new governor and 90 so-called ‘maids to make brides.' Tonight in episode 1 -- An English ship arrives in 17th Century Virginia, with women destined to marry the frustrated men of Jamestown. They’re faced with a hazardous wilderness and physical hardship; but are drawn to the intoxicating hope of freedom and adventure.

Art in the Twenty-First Century - San Francisco Bay Area

Friday, September 28th at 9 PM

See why the San Francisco Bay Area is a magnet for artists who are drawn to its experimental atmosphere, countercultural spirit and history of innovation, and who are united by their steadfastness and persistence in creating.


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