is now heard on 96.9 Trenton, NJ and
simulcasting on WPNJ 90.5 Easton, PA
to WDVR Radio's home on the web.
WDVR is a family oriented,
non-profit radio station. We take pride in getting to know our listeners,
providing local services to the community, and providing a diverse range of talk
and music programs, including a lot of music that you won't hear on any other
station. Our volunteer DJ's love what they do, and we are like one big family.
There's something for everyone at WDVR.
WDVR is looking for a sponsor to underwrite our hourly weather report through
the end of August. Please contact us for more details
email@example.com or call (609) 397-1620 x0.
We are funded only by listeners and business underwriters.
Streaming on the Internet is very expensive and we certainly want to continue
bringing you Radio at its Best!
To donate using PayPal, please click on logo below or print out a
donation form HereOur
mailing address is: WDVR FM, PO Box 191,Sergeantsville, NJ 08557 or call (609)
397-1620 ext. 0
WDVR Concert Calendar
All events are held at the Virginia Napurano Cultural Arts Center.
From Route 29 in Stockton, NJ 08530
Turn right onto Route 523 (Stockton-Flemington Rd.) and go 3.3 miles
Turn right at blinking light onto Route 604 (Rosemont-Ringoes Rd.) and go Ľ mile
Across the street from Delaware Twp Elementary School
Your GPS may require using Stockton 08559 to find venue.
Pay by cash or check at the door or call (609) 397-5991 to use credit card on
phone. PayPal payments to “WDVR fm” are accepted.
Heartlands Hayride Shows 6-8pm $12 at door
May 14 Louis
Setzer & The Appalachian Mountain Boys
May 20 concert to benefit WDVR: WDVR Lets the DJs Out to Play Again!
Several of the DJs you hear on WDVR are musicians,
and on Friday, May 20th, WDVR Lets the DJs Out to Play Again at the Virginia
Napurano Cultural Arts Center in a Second Annual concert to benefit
Come on out for six musical performances, featuring:
Thomas Ward, host of These Days
Toast, host of The Road Less Travelled, performing with husband Burnt
Toast as the duo Toasty
Lyons, host of Honky Tonk Roadhouse, with long-time bandmate Dick Paul
Bleck, host of Left Bank of the Seine, and friends
Celtic Brunch Band, featuring Celtic Sunday Brunch hosts Patrick
Clifford and Walt Haake along with former host Ed Saultz and WDVR friend Dick
WDVR All-Stars, featuring Roger Gary, co-host of TGIF, Patrick
Clifford, host of Celtic Sunday Brunch, L. Paul Martin, host of The
Other Side, Al Berke, host of Midnight Jazz, Walt Haake, host of
Wednesdays with Walt, and WDVR friend Dick Paul.
Jethro Kin, host of Freewheelin’ and Let’s
Talk, will emcee this evening of great music and camaraderie.
The concert begins at 7:30pm at the Virginia Napurano Cultural
Arts Center on Route 604 in Sergeantsville, New Jersey. There’s a $12 suggested
donation at the door. Doors open at 7 p.m. All proceeds help non-profit WDVR.
WDVR is a Non-Commercial Radio Station. As such it does not air commercials but
depends solely on its listeners and local business owners for its income. WDVR
receives no federal funding or large corporate grants and is not licensed to any
university; it is a totally independent. All WDVR’s funding comes only from the
public it serves.
WDVR, now in its 25th year of broadcasting, operates with a staff of over fifty,
unpaid volunteers who give of their time freely, to provide the public air waves
and the World Wide Web a uniquely diversified format of programming, 24 hours a
day, 365 days a year. One hundred percent of a donation to WDVR goes directly
into the operation of the station.
WDVR is licensed to a New Jersey non-profit 501 (C) (3) corporation therefore
all donations are tax-deductible. That means a donation to WDVR FM is a
win-win-win situation; the station gets its much needed revenue, the donor gets
great programming and a tax deduction to boot.