Radio Station Information

KRNL 89.7 FM

City of License:
Mount Vernon, IA

Format:
Variety

Owner:
Cornell College

KRNL is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 89.7 MHz. The station is licensed to Mount Vernon, IA. The station airs variety programming.

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Would you please add the following to your calendar of events? FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tweed Ride is Coming! • Who: Tim Nelson with the Two Wheels and Tweed Social Club • What: The 4th Annual Quad-Cities Tweed Ride to benefit River Action www.riveraction.org • When: Saturday, October 22nd, 2016, 9am to 11:30am registration, ride departs at Noon. • Where: Village Theatre, 2113 East 11th Street, Davenport, IA 52803 • Why: Mostly to be silly but also to celebrate the history and culture of what is still the most wonderful way to propel one’s self from Point A to Point B! Contact: Timothy Nelson timmynelson@live.com 563-726-3333 www.qctweedride.com The Quad Cities “Tweed Ride” is back for a return engagement as bicyclists gather at the Village Theatre in the Village of East Davenport to embark on a leisurely ride along our scenic riverfront. The Two Wheels and Tweed Social Club is pleased to bring this stylish and family friendly event back to our beloved Quad Cities. If you have never witnessed or participated in a “Tweed Ride”, you are in for quite a treat! Modeled after the original London “Tweed Run”, riders have fun reproducing the traditional English attire and spirit of a bygone era. The riders will travel downriver to Credit Island Park where they will enjoy a picnic lunch, live music, and a special Tweed presentation of “Sunday in the Park Alive” by Chuck Oestreich. The ride will conclude with awards for “Most Dapper Gent”, “Most Fashionable Lady”, “Best Vintage Bike”, “Most Creative Bike” and of course the coveted “Best Moustache”. Ride itinerary: 9:00am to 11:30am – Registration Riders depart at Noon 1:00 – 2:15 Picnic at Credit Island Park’s “Seurat Statue Garden”. Complimentary tea, cider, and scones provided by the Two Wheels and Tweed Social Club. Musical entertainment by the Quad-Cities Ukulele Club followed by a live performance of “Sunday in the Park Alive”. 3:00 to 3:45 – Tandem bicycle drag racing (drag attire optional) outside the Driftwood Pub. 4:00 to 5:30 – Awards presentations and bike raffle back at the Village Theatre. Awards presented for Most Dapper Gent, Most Fashionable Lady, Best Vintage Bike, Most Creative Bike, and the coveted Best Moustache! 6:00 to midnight – After ride party at Rudy’s Cantina. Cost to ride is free with donations accepted to benefit River Action www.riveraction.org . Donors will receive a souvenir armband and be eligible to participate in the awards contests and prize giveaways. Additionally, the Two Wheels and Tweed ladies will be selling their handmade “Tweed Flowers” for their “Flowers to End Fatalities” drive with the proceeds benefiting the Iowa Bicycle Coalition’s campaign to end fatal bike crashes. www.iowabicyclecoalition.org Back Story: Years ago, bicycle fanatic Tim Nelson stumbled across the London Tweed Run while researching how to make his own cold weather riding gear using thrift store clothing. Today, Tweed “Rides” can be found all over the world and Tim longed to see one in The Quad Cities. You may recognize Tim from his many exploits with the River Benders Cycling Group. Tim can often be seen in his woolen “plus four” knickers, colorful argyle socks, or perhaps even a kilt as his “Big Dummy” model cargo bicycle transports him to the local grocery store, pub, or cycling event. Tim also sits on the Board of Directors for the Iowa Bicycle Coalition and is a member of the Quad-Cities Bicycle Club.
By: Mark Hendricks on October 12, 2016

Dyslexia Kids Connection: An event for Iowa kids with Dyslexia. Sunday, April 30th, 11:00 at the Iowa Children's Museum. The program will include lunch, museum admission, and a t-shirt. Decoding Dyslexia Iowa invites youth with dyslexia ages 8 and up to an afternoon at the Iowa Children's Museum! The program will feature adults with dyslexia who will share their experience and answer questions from the kids. Register at the www.ddia.net
By: Anonymous on March 20, 2017

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