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Northern Public Radio is pleased to present Context, a live, in-person program designed to provide listeners with connections to the world in which they live.Every Context is different, and both the location and structure of the event are determined by the topic. It might be a panel discussion with a moderator at Studio A in DeKalb, a demonstration and instructional presentation at Kresge Hall in the Riverfront Museum Park in Rockford, or an interactive forum held at a restaurant in our listening area.Please listen for the next Context date, topic and location and join us in-person at the event. Find out more below, including information on past Context events.WATCH CONTEXT LIVE ONLINE OR ON YOUR PHONE VIA PERISCOPETwitter's Periscope app lets you watch, comment and "like" live video broadcasts from accounts you follow, like @WNIJNews. The Periscope app is available from iTunes and Google Play. Download the app to your phone or tablet and follow @WNIJNews. When the broadcast goes live, you will receive a notification.We will also tweet a link to the live broadcast. Our Twitter followers can watch us via the internet or the Periscope app. Call Maria Boynton, Director of Community Engagement, for more information at (314) 680-0188.

What Can You Do In Early Spring To Optimize Your Garden's Yield?

Thursday, March 19, 2015
Northern Public Radio

Northern Public Radio held "Context: Planting the Food Garden" on Thursday, March 19, 2015, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Local food-gardening experts  discussed what you need to know in early spring to optimize your garden's yield.

Context events are free and open to the public. They are held in Studio A at Northern Public Radio, 801 N. First Street in DeKalb.

Although reservations are not required, they are encouraged due to the limited space available. If you have questions or would like to guarantee yourself a seat for a future "Context" event, please call Maria Boynton at (815) 753-9000 or email mboynton@niu.edu. For more information, visit northernpublicradio.org.