You can do it with one of these beautiful beach towels as a thank you gift for your pledge at the sustaining level or above. Designed by our long-time friend Ellen LeBow, it’s the perfect counterpart to the towel we offered as a pledge premium last year. It’s a limited run, so get yours before they run out.
Thanks to the generous donations of several listeners, WOMR has gotten into the vintage vinyl trade. Some of the items are quite rare and valuable while other pieces may be more on the invaluable side of things.
If you have old vinyl that’s taking up space in your life that you’d like to donate to the station, call Matty in the office for details on how to help. If you’ve caught the collector’s bug yourself, feel free to shop in our online record store. Maybe you’ll find the title you’ve always been looking for.
Thanks to Joy for donating the 45′s that used to live in this beautiful jukebox which is now being cared for by Tony Scungilli at Tera Luna in North Truro.
Denya LeVine has been in love with radio since she was a small child.
She has never owned a TV. A traditional fiddler and singer, her specialties are playing multi-cultural folk music and entertaining at nursing homes. She’s been a WOMR DJ since 1985. Her programs feature Celtic women’s voices and the blending of Celtic and world music. Denya is honored to be a member of the WOMR family. Denya is one of three alternating hosts of The Fiddle and The Harp on Monday nights from 5 to 8 PM.
You can learn more at Denya.us.< All DJs