Kate Davis will board the Pea Green Boat Thursday with some of her raptor friends. This time she's also bringing along a couple of young human friends! Don't miss the fun. Join us at 4:00 p.m. for the Pea Green Boat.
Join Barbara, Marcia, Marylor and Annie on the Pea Green Boat today as they celebrate the season with poems old and new. Good cheer and laughs abound when the Poetry Club convenes. The meeting will be called to order on the Pea Green Boat today at 4: p.m. All welcome!!
Kate Davis and her avian friends will visit the Pea Green Boat today to wish us a happy holiday season. Kate's also full of news about raptors who winter in Montana. Join Kate and Annie today at 4:00 p.m. on the Pea Green Boat .
Marcia and Marilor and Barbara join Annie today (Nov. 20) for the Poetry Club. New poems, old favorites, limericks and ballads - you'll hear them all. Join us today on the Pea Green Boat for the fun at 4:00p.m.
Get ready for jingling jesses, fluffing feathers, and dazzling dialogue as Kate Davis returns to the Pea Green Boat to chat with Annie and listeners about raptors and to show them off as well. The birds may have something to say,too.They often do!
Listen in to the Pea Green Boat at 4:00 p.m. today, October 16th, for Kate Davis and her raptors.
Yesterday on the Pea Green Boat, Issa and Salome reported on the plants that they took care of as part of a gardening project initiated by Annie and Dr. Jamison Starbuck. Salome took home a tomatillo and a nasturtium while Issa got spearmint and a nasturtium.
Now, at summer's end, Annie visited their homes and saw and recorded the results . The plants looked great. The kids get A in gardening!
Bear claws, animal fur, webbed feet: living things have unique physical differences that work to help them each survive. Learn about some of these adaptations when Christine Wren from the Montana Natural History Center visits the Pea Green Boat today to talk about them. Join us at 4:00p.m. for the fun and info.
Darko Butorac, music director of the Missoula Symphony is getting ready for the first of the Symphony's offerings this Fall. Twelve year old cyclist Calvin Beighle is ready for the Ovando Gran Fondo, a 55 mile bike ride and fundraiser for the Missoula Symphony.
Join us as we talk about cycling and symphonies on the Pea Green Boat, today at 4:00 p.m.