Donna’s guest this week is Fisherman and Poet Dave Densmore, aka “Dangerous” Dave Densmore. He has been a commercial fisherman for over 61 years in the Pacific Northwest and in Alaska. He has performed at festivals and in schools throughout the country, been in numerous films, on NBC’s “The Today Show, and featured on OPB,…
Donna Quinn features Monica Steele, the Assistant County Manager/Budget and Finance Director for Clatsop County
Author of the newly released “Her Quiet Revolution,” Donna Quinn invites author Marianne Monson on the program.
Join host Donna Quinn as she talks about tourism on the north coast of Oregon. Her guests are Nan Devlin, executive director Tillamook Coast Visitors Association, network manager of North Coast Tourism Management Network and co-founder of North Coast Food Trail; and David Reid, executive director of the Astoria Warrenton Chamber of Commerce.
Donna Quinn talks with guests Ron Craig, filmmaker, historian and founder of the Astoria International Film Festival, and Seth Tichenor, Clatsop Community College philosophy professor, about Black History Month events in Astoria.
Donna Quinn talks with guest from Astoria’s Liberty Theater about the venue’s plans and projects in the new year. Guest are Executive Director Jennifer Crockett, and Board Members Diane Tiedeman and Dulcye Taylor.
Donna Quinn talks with fisher poet Marilyn Dreher about the upcoming 22nd Annual Fisher Poets Gathering, happening February 28 and 29.
Today Donna Quinn talks with Mike McNickle, head of the Clatsop County Health Department, about the county’s new Household Hazardous Waste Facility.
Donna Quinn talks about the upcoming Columbia River Shipwreck Conference sponsored by Columbia River Maritime Museum and the Maritime Archaeological Society happening Saturday, February 8 at CRMM. Her guests will be Bruce Jones, deputy director of the Columbia River Maritime Museum and Christopher Dewey, president of the Maritime Archaeological Society.
Join Donna Quinn as she chats with Peter Marsh, executive director of the Hanthorn Cannery Foundation, about Astoria’s Pier 39 building, a historic cannery complex built on pilings over the Columbia River.
Join host Donna Quinn as she talks with organizers about the Indivisible North Coast Oregon Summit, happening Saturday, January 18. Guests are Carmen Hammersmith, coordinator of the INCO Summit, and Kathleen MacDonald, coordinator of the March to Win, which follows the summit.
Join host Donna Quinn as she talks about “Health and Beauty from the Inside Out.” Her guests are Pink Elephant Juice Emporium proprietor Heather Hirschi and Watershed Wellness Esthetician Amanda Koennecke.
Join host Donna Quinn for this holiday themed show, with music and poetry to reflect on the season.
Today on Talk of Our Towns, Donna Quinn talks about the brand new, larger premises for the Astoria Co-op, which opened in the Millpond neighborhood of Astoria last week. Donna’s guests are Co-op GM Matt Stanley and Marketing Director Zetty Nemlowill.
Join host Donna Quinn as she talks with guests about “Gifts That Make A Difference,” a local fair featuring area non-profits, happening at the Liberty Theater this Saturday. Donna’s guests are Nakesha Womble, executive director for the Clatsop CASA Program, Joshua Saranpaa, executive director for the Wildlife Center of the North Coast and Jennifer Holen,…
Donna Quinn talks with Aylee Rhea, with Greater Oregon Behavior Health, about suicide prevention.
Host Donna Quinn talks about mental health issues with local NAMI Oregon board members Dr. Gabriella Korosi and Lauren Harms. NAMI is the National Alliance on Mental Illness. NAMI Oregon seeks to open a clubhouse in Clatsop County for mental health support.
Donna Quinn talks with Kathleen Dudley, health care practitioner and reflexologist, about the unstudied health effects of wireless technology.
Join host Donna Quinn as she talks with guests Jeff Daly and Emily Rivera about Astoria Underground Tours. Spoiler Alert: the guests do a musical number in this show to cast light on “Clowning Around in Astoria.”
Host Donna Quinn talks with Seth Tichenor, Clatsop Community College instructor of politics, philosophy and religion, and Ann Robben Dott, interfaith minister and chaplain. Their talking about an upcoming even called “Compassion in Action,” happening in Seaside.
Host Donna Quinn talks with guests Cyndi Mudge and Dave Ambrose about the Clatsop County Arts Summit, “The Business of Art,” happening Nov. 12, from 1-5:30pm at the Seaside Convention Center.
Donna Quinn talks with local chefs about “Iron Chef Goes Coastal,” an annual showcase event for local foodies, held at the Seaside Convention Center.
Host Donna Quinn interviews Dan Haag from the Manzanita Visitor’s Center.
Donna Quinn talks with Jessamyn Grace West and Andrea Mazzarella, co-owners of Astoria’s Oddfellows Building. The building is in the running for $150,000 state historic preservation grant, and you can help by voting online daily.
Join host Donna Quinn as she talks with Josh Saranpaa of the Wildlife Center of the North Coast about their annual founders dinner happening October 15.
Happy Pledge Drive! Donna’s show this week is about the free family event “GET READY NORTH COAST” happening at the Astoria Armory on Saturday, September 14 from 10 am to 2 pm. Free emergency preparedness gifts, lunch, games, obstacle course, arts and crafts, etc. Main sponsors are United Way Clatsop County and Northwest Natural and…
Join Donna Quinn for an interview about a new Oregon program being debuted at the Astoria C0-0p, called Double Up Food Bucks. Donna talks with the Co-op’s Matt Stanley and Zetty Nemlowill, and Oregon Food Bank’s Kelly Fraser.
Join Donna Quinn as she talks with Warrenton chiropractor Dr. Robert James, about this Saturday’s First Annual VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars) Post 10580 Health Fair, that’s happening in Warrenton at the James Chiropractic Spine and Joint Center. There’ll be free health screenings for school and college age students: vision, hearing and more.
In the first half of this edition of Talk of Our Towns, host Donna Quinn talks with artist and illustrator Sally Lackaff and author Paige Cunningham about their collaboration on a children’s book project. In the second half, Donna talks with Netel Grange officer and caretaker Dave Ambrose about the grange’s fundraiser this month.
Donna Quinn talks with sculptor MJ Anderson and painter Christos Koutsouras about an art show of their work called “From There to Here,” happening at Imogen Gallery in Astoria on Saturday Aug. 10