Featured Programs on KSJD June 13th-19thTuesday, June 14th
The Lower Dolores River and its waters are critical for farmers, boaters, and wildlife. Tune in to the Tuesday morning Zine at 8:30 for another episode of River Radio and the latest news on water management in the Lower Dolores River.
Wednesday, June 15th
Join us for another edition of Talking Heads on the Wednesday morning Zine at 8:30 as Jeff and Gail cover local news and issues form a local perspective.
Friday, June 17th
The Durango Discovery Museum is Southwest Colorado's hands-on, interactive science center for all ages. On Saturday, they will host Daddyfest, a family celebration of fathers. Join us on the Friday morning Zine at 8:30 as we talk about the museum, the programs they offer, and what you can expect at Daddyfest.
Saturday, June 18th
Tune in to another episode of Mountain Stage on Saturday at 1pm for performances live from the stage. This week's line-up includes the Blind Boys of Alabama, Bell X1, Marti Jones and Don Dixon, Amy LaVere, and Tristen.
Sunday, June 19th
Debates about the proper role of family in American life often involve appeals to the "traditional" family, where caregiver mom, breadwinner dad, and their 2.5 kids are bound together by everlasting love. But throughout American history, economics - not affection - has been the real tie that binds. Tune in to Sundries at 9am on Sunday morning for a special Father's Day program from BackStory with The American History Guys as they examine the history of family in America.