Week of August 7-13, 2019


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    “Community Connection” with Chris Quinlan
      5:00 AM;   1:00 PM;   9:00 PM    The City Club of Cleveland
      7:00 AM;   3:00 PM; 11:00 PM    “Aging Gracefully” with Kathryn Eyring

The Avon Lake United Church of Christ broadcasts its service live this Sunday morning at 10:00 AM.)


            This week on Public Access, host Jackie-O takes you back into history as the Ohio Village Muffins play the Avon Lake team in an 1860-style game of baseball on the latest episode of “The Jackie-O Show.” The City Club of Cleveland’s “Decolonizing Wealth” features Edgar Villanueva, author of "Decolonizing Wealth: Indigenous Wisdom to Heal Divides and Restore Balance.” Using his own personal experiences as a Native American grantmaker and foundation executive—along with field data and dozens of funder interviews—Villanueva reveals the racial and colonialist dynamics at play in philanthropy and finance, including banks, investment funds, and aid organizations. Host Kathryn Eyring talks with Gretchen Nock, Founder of OutRun Ovarian Cancer (OROC) on “Aging Gracefully.”

Government Access Program Schedule

    1:00 AM/PM;   7:00 AM/PM    2019 Summer Concert Series - The Sunrise Jones
    4:00 AM/PM; 10:00 AM/PM    Krebs Farm Historic Home Tour
    5:00 AM/PM; 11:00 AM/PM    Avon Lake Bicentennial “Scavenger Hunt: Destination Party”

               This week on Government Access, enjoy The Sunrise Jones performance during the Avon Lake Summer Concert Series at Bleser Park on June 23rd. “Krebs Farm Historic Home Tour” features Doug and Sandy Rider, the current owners of the Krebs Farm, as they give a tour of their historic property. Avon Lake's Bicentennial Scavenger Hunt: Destination Party was held on May 5, 2019. Participants started at Beach Park Station and received clues that took them to eight different historic locations throughout the city, with the last destination being a secret party.

            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: Spectrum Channel 1024 & W.O.W. Channel 22

Government Access: Spectrum Channel 1025 & W.O.W. Channel 21

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