Kim Macon

Development Director

Kim Macon joined the WVPE staff in January of 1993 as the Marketing Director, a one-person department, handling membership, underwriting, public relations and special events.   From 1999 to 2005, she focused all of her efforts on securing underwriting and corporate support for the station.   Since February of 2005 Kim has been Development Director, overseeing all aspects of membership, underwriting, public relations and special events.    A graduate of Goshen College, Kim lives in Elkhart with her husband, Carl, and in her spare time, enjoys reading, crocheting, and crafting. 

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WVPE News
9:40 am
Sat March 7, 2015

Conservatory of Dance presents Ballet Chicago

  Conservatory of Dance is pleased to present Ballet Chicago and Gregory Hancock Dance Theatre in Spring Repertory with music from George Gershwin. The performance will be at the Lerner Theatre on March 28, 2015 at 7:30pm. The program, a mix of classical ballet and contemporary dance, will include George Balanchine's Who Cares, and River's Edge by Indianapolis choreographer Gregory Hancock. The program will also feature a work by Ted Seymour, Chicago-based choreographer and dancer with The Suzanne Farrell Ballet.

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WVPE News
9:37 am
Sat March 7, 2015

DTSB hosts "Egg Stravaganza" March 28th

  EggStravaganza, presented by TCU, is a celebration of the arrival of spring.  Join us throughout downtown as businesses host activities, demonstrations, crafts, and snacks. Don't forget to plan a visit with the bunny and keep an eye out for the eggs hidden throughout downtown containing cash prizes.  EGG STRAVAGANZA EVENTSVisit the Easter Bunny! | The South Bend Chocolate Cafe122 S. Michigan St. | 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.The South Bend Chocolate Cafe welcomes the Easter Bunny.  Pictures are not provided.

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WVPE News
9:18 am
Sat March 7, 2015

Vesper Chorale presents Lenten Concert

HAYDN'S STABAT MATER, A Basically Baroque Concert  

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WVPE News
10:41 am
Fri February 20, 2015

IU Latin Jazz Ensemble coming to IUSB

Under the direction of two musicians who have earned numerous Grammy nominations, the Indiana University 

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WVPE News
10:40 am
Tue February 17, 2015

Big Picture Science on Sunday was recorded at Notre Dame

Big Picture Science this Sunday was recorded at The University of Notre Dame

Sesquicentennial Science  

Today, scientists are familiar to us, but they weren’t always. Even the word “scientist” is relatively modern, dating from the Victorian Era.  And it is to that era we turn as we travel to the University of Notre Dame to celebrate the 150th anniversary of its College of Science with a show recorded in front of a live audience.

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WVPE News
11:56 am
Thu February 12, 2015

Brandon & Rich Ridenour featured at Howard Performing Arts Center

  The Howard Performing Arts Center proudly presents Brandon and Rich Ridenour, Sunday, February 22nd at 7pm.   This father and son team Rich and Brandon Ridenour have been entertaining onstage together since Brandon was seven years-old. Trumpeter Brandon Ridenour is the youngest member to have joined the prestigious Canadian Brass. He also won the International Trumpet Guild solo competition playing his own composition.

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WVPE News
11:13 am
Mon February 9, 2015

Elkhart County Symphony at The Lerner February 15th

  The Elkhart County Symphony presents THE CIVIL WAR:  WORDS, MUSIC, MOTION Sunday February 15th at 4 pm in The Lerner Theatre in downtown Elkhart.  This performance is a collaboration with the Elkhart Civic Theater and Conservatory of Dance that will bring expressions of love through music, letters from the battlefield and dance during the Civil War; joining with other organizations to observe the 150th Commemoration of the end of the Civil War.  Experience love in a divided nation.  The concert also features the winner of the 29t

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WVPE News
2:17 pm
Sat January 24, 2015

The Hosts of "Big Picture Science" visit Michiana

In partnership with University of Notre Dame College of Science, the St. Joseph County Public Library, 

  and WVPE Public Radio, the hosts of Big Picture Science visit Michiana the first week of February.  Molly Bentley and Seth Shostak, will be on campus working on stories for "Big Picture Science".  As part of their visit there will be a public lecture,Wednesday, February 4th at 7 pm in the Eck Visitors Center Auditorium.  

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