Radio Station Information

KNAU Arizona Public Radio

KNAQ 89.3 FM

City of License:
Prescott, AZ

Format:
Public Radio

Market:
Flagstaff-Prescott, AZ

Web site:
http://www.knau.org/

Owner:
Northern Arizona University

KNAQ is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 89.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Prescott, AZ and is part of the Flagstaff-Prescott, AZ radio market. The station airs public radio programming and goes by the name "KNAU Arizona Public Radio" on the air.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

Hello do you do PSA or have an event calendar we can be posted on? Yarnell Daze May 14, 2016 Yarnell is nestled in the Weaver Mts between Wickenburg and Prescott AZ 47th ANNUAL EVENT: Activities for the entire family start at 9:00 AM. The Parade begins at 10 AM on Main Street. Vendors @ Main Vendors Field and throughout town, Art Show Awards and Car show, Silent Auction and raffle to support local nonprofit organizations, 50/50 tickets, Main stage featuring 3 bands: Bill Dutcher, Chad Freeman and Redline, TripWire, Astarte Sihaya & Godess belly dancers. Our popular Easy listening stage features local talent, mixed talent and Manzinita Rd, Magic SHow at the LIbrary, Go Green Zone , spinning wheel demo, Fire Dept Demos. Free WIFI, Many unique shops, and Antique Market. Join us for outdoor dancing at the Beer Garden, and great food. Maybe our local SpiderPharm, the largest in the world.... will have an exhibit at the Green Zone to show some tarantulas, black widows and other creepy crawlies. Visit the proposed Memorial site for the Granite Mountain Hot Shots, St Joseph’s Shrine and the Grotto. Visit our scenic views and a fantastic day of fun! Link to our web site to download applications and view more pictures. Y-PVchamber.com and face book Yarnell Daze May 14, 2016
By: Anonymous on April 18, 2016

Hello do you do PSA or have an event calendar we can be posted on? Yarnell Daze May 14, 2016 Yarnell is nestled in the Weaver Mts between Wickenburg and Prescott AZ 47th ANNUAL EVENT: Activities for the entire family start at 9:00 AM. The Parade begins at 10 AM on Main Street. Vendors @ Main Vendors Field and throughout town, Art Show Awards and Car show, Silent Auction and raffle to support local nonprofit organizations, 50/50 tickets, Main stage featuring 3 bands: Bill Dutcher, Chad Freeman and Redline, TripWire, Astarte Sihaya & Godess belly dancers. Our popular Easy listening stage features local talent, mixed talent and Manzinita Rd, Magic SHow at the LIbrary, Go Green Zone , spinning wheel demo, Fire Dept Demos. Free WIFI, Many unique shops, and Antique Market. Join us for outdoor dancing at the Beer Garden, and great food. Maybe our local SpiderPharm, the largest in the world.... will have an exhibit at the Green Zone to show some tarantulas, black widows and other creepy crawlies. Visit the proposed Memorial site for the Granite Mountain Hot Shots, St Joseph’s Shrine and the Grotto. Visit our scenic views and a fantastic day of fun! Link to our web site to download applications and view more pictures. Yarnell-Peeples Valley Chamber of Commerce and face book Yarnell Daze May 14, 2016 928 277 6674
By: Trish Edwards on April 18, 2016

*Parade at 10 AM*Arts and Crafts Vendors*Classic Car & Truck Show *KidZone*Children’s Program at the Library*Beer Garden*Food&Fun*50/50 Raffle*Entertainment on 2 stages*Raffle Prizes *Art&Craft Vendors *Visit the Fire Station for Demonstrations*Shrine of St Joseph*AZ Granite Mountain HotShot Memorial Park Yarnell Daze 48 Annual Mountaintop Festival 2017 SATURDAY MAY 13 Offers Activities for the Entire Family by Trish Edwards Celebration of the Weaver Mountains Communities — perfect FUN - FREE event for the entire family PARADE -- starts at 10 a.m. on Main Street. It is something wonderful from out of the past with antique cars and floats, horses, clowns and fire trucks. Visitors should take position along the west side of Highway 89 for best views. Arrive early to avoid traffic changes at 9:45 to 11:00. Other Mountaintop Festival 2017 events line Highway 89. Art and Craft Vendors will be at the shaded Main Vendors Field and in other locations. Shops will be open where you will find many unique items. We plan to have Firefighter demonstrations held at the Yarnell Fire Station. A Fine Arts Show will be set up at the Blue Barn (corner of Table Top and Hwy 89). KidZone of games and crafts at the Community Center, special show for youngsters at the Yarnell Library, spinning wheel demonstrations, health and wellness (massage, hand scans), Weaver Mountain Classic Car and Truck at Days of Vintage and more. MAIN STAGE / BEER AND FOOD COURT -- There will be outdoor dancing, three live bands and great food at the Food Court / Beer Garden. Live music on the main stage will include: acoustic blues guitarist; Bill Dutcher, TripWire; a popular rock band and Chad Freeman and Redline provides country music. VENDOR FIELD AND EASY LISTENING STAGE -- located in the Vendor Field will feature a myriad of local talent AZAirNet will provide free WiFi through Main Street. RAFFLE PRIZES -- 50/50 tickets, the more sold the bigger the winnings. Or take a chance on one or all 3 vacation-overnight gift baskets for Phoenix, Prescott or Wickenburg. Take time to visit the proposed Memorial site for the Granite Mountain Hot Shots, St Joseph’s Shrine, and Dan’s Iris Garden, Indian “TIPI”. This event is a perfect day trip from most locations in central or northern Arizona. Parking is available in designated areas or along the street after the parade clears. Note traffic on Highway 89 between mile markers 276 -277 will be restricted from 9:45 to 11:00, in both directions, due to parade. MORE INFO at www.y-pvchamber.com. Visit “Yarnell Daze. 2nd Saturday in May” on Facebook for more information. You may also contact Trish Edwards, the Yarnell Daze Event Coordinator, at 928-277-6674 or by email at InfoOnTheHill@gmail.com. Yarnell is nestled in the Weaver Mountains at 4,800 ft elevation in the top of the Bradshaw Mountains on historic Highway 89, north of Wickenburg. There are many unique antique and gift shops and wonderful restaurants spread out over a mile. The area's residents are proud of their creative go-to-it attitude that is helping them rebuild their community following the devastating wildfire that took the lives of 19 Granite Mountain Hot Shots and destroyed 127 homes.
By: Trish Edwards on May 5, 2017

Hello do you do PSA or have an event calendar we can be posted on? Harvest America will be a the University of Phoenix, on June 11th 2017. But for the Northern Arizona residents who can not make the trip to Phoenix. , First Southern Baptist Church in Chino Valley will be hosting the Harvest America Simulcast on June 11th, 2017 at 5:00 PM. Wanting to get involved, but can't make the trip to Phoenix, First Southern Baptist Church -Chino Valley is looking for Volunteers to assist at the simulcast. Please contact Carlene Gillo, Ckgillo@gmail.com, 928-710-3912. Appreciate your help in getting the news out. Carlene Gillo
By: Carlene Gillo on May 10, 2017

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