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The Radio of Enthusiasts of Puget Sound sponsor a meeting on the first  
Saturday of the month from 2 -4:00 PM in the Social Hall at the Norse Home. 
The Norse Home is located across the street from the Woodland Park Zoo at:
        5311 Phinney Ave N Seattle, WA 98103.
        Phone: (206) 781-7400. 

If you have never been to a REPS monthly meeting you may be wondering  what it's all about.  Well, it's a rather casual affair actually .  The meeting starts  at 2PM ( but  come a little early to gather and socialize).   At 2 PM we begin  the meeting with a few announcements and then begin our program.  The program varies from month to month. We may have as our special guest a visiting personality who  appeared on many of the classic radio shows, or we will often present a  re-creation of a classic radio show featuring music and sound effects.  We do interviews and presentations on just  about any topic related to old time radio.  We generally take a break for 15-20  minutes ,in the middle of the meeting, to partake in the treats and coffee that are served at each meeting.   The meeting runs till 4PM.   If you appreciate old  time radio, you should make a point of visiting a REPS monthly meeting when  you can.  Think about attending our next gathering.  We'd love to meet you.
REPS Meeting  February 4th, 2012
Interview with Joan Howard Maurer
Listen to Recording of Past Meetings
      2013 -2014  Scheduled REPS Meetings
        Time:  2 -4:oopm    (First Saturday of the Month)
        Place: Norse Home Social Hall 5311 Phinney Ave N Seattle, WA 98103.
Bryan Hendrickson presents
Radio and The Silver Screen
Hollywood stars regularly made appearances on popular radio shows of the day and many stars were often featured in their own radio programs. 

Top Hollywood motion pictures were often dramatized on big budget radio programs.

Many radio programs were turned into Movies. 

Using video and audio clips, Bryan Hendrickson will
explore the connection between The Golden Age of Radio and the Silver Screen.
January 4th
December 7th       
                        REPS Holiday Potluck Party                     
       Special Start Time of 1pm
Bring a dish to share and join us promptly at 1pm for
the potluck holiday party. 

We'll also be collecting toys for the Toys for Tots program
                    so consider  donating a wrapped toy.

2pm  - We'll present a live holiday performance of  Our Miss Brooks
                          Followed by
A special remembrance of Shirley's life and career featuring archive interviews and video and audio clips.  
February 1st
Ken Bertrand presents
Civil War as Presented on Old Time Radio
Civil War themed stories were dramatized on big budget Hollywood programs and often referred to on the big comedy and variety shows of the day. 

Using clips from the Golden Age fo Radio,  Ken Bertrand will  take us on an audio tour of  The Civil War: as presented on radio
March 1st
John Jensen presents . . .
Historian John Jensen is currently working on a special presentation that he will bring to us in March. He has not yet revealed the subject matter. However,  if you have had the opportunity to see any of John's past presentations  (Bing Crosby,  Fred Allen,  Jack Benny , etc . . ) you know  that this upcoming presentation is worth making an appointment on your calendar to see.