Week of September 28-October 4, 2016

 

Public Access Program Schedule

 

12:00 AM;   8:00 AM;   4:00 PM     Lake Shore United Methodist Church Sunday Service

  1:00 AM;   9:00 AM;   5:00 PM     St. Joseph Catholic Church Sunday Mass

  3:00 AM; 11:00 AM;   7:00 PM     Monarch Butterfly Garden Dedication

  5:30 AM;   1:30 PM;   9:30 PM     “Out & About” with Barb & Andre, the Video Storytellers

(The Avon Lake United Church of Christ broadcasts its service live on Sunday mornings at 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM)

            This week on Public Access, the Monarch Butterfly Garden Dedication features the new Monarch Waystation in Walker Road Park, which is the project of Girl Scout Laura Curry. On “Out & About,” Barb and Andre introduce us to the Rubber Capital Harmonica Club of Akron, Ohio. This club aims to promote an appreciation and recognition of the harmonica as a musical instrument.

 

Government Access Program Schedule

 

1:00 AM/PM;   7:00 AM/PM     Avon Lake City Council Meeting – September 26, 2016

4:00 AM/PM; 10:00 AM/PM     “The Water Series” presented by Avon Lake Regional Water

5:00 AM/PM; 11:00 AM/PM     “The Road to Recovery” produced by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

            This week on Government Access, Avon Lake Regional Water presents “Plain Talk About Drinking Water.” This episode answers questions about water quality, water treatment and distribution, bottled water, home filtration, conservation, tastes and odors, and more. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration present “The Road to Recovery.” This episode will focus on the experiences of LGBT individuals in general with some consideration to ethnic and racial communities, and the impact of acceptance or conflict about sexual orientation and gender identity on behavioral health. Panelists will discuss behavioral health disparities within the LGBT community, and will examine the impact of the Affordable Care Act in the provision of behavioral health services for this community.

 

            Avon Lake Community Television is a community based television station. Avon Lake residents generate the Public Channel programming. If you would like to produce a program or have any questions or comments, please call 440-933-7677 or email ALCTV@AvonLake.org. As always, we hope you enjoy what you see on ALC-TV. Thanks for watching, and have a great week!

 

Avon Lake Community Television is available on:

Public Access: Time Warner Channel 97 & W.O.W. Channel 22

Government Access: Time Warner Channel 12 & W.O.W. Channel 21


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