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Exploring Magnuson Park with SPACE 101.1 FM

Within Magnuson Park lies a hidden gem that offers a unique perspective on local nonprofits and their vital contributions to the community. Welcome to SPACE 101.1 FM, the low power FM radio station that brings you “Exploring Magnuson Park” on Thursdays at 2 PM, a show that sheds light on the incredible work done by nonprofit organizations located in the park. If you’ve ever wondered how you can get involved and make a positive impact on your community, this is the show for you.

SPACE 101.1 FM: Arts on the Air from Magnuson Park

Part of Sand Point Arts and Cultural Exchange, SPACE 101.1 began broadcasting on October 6, 2017, and is built for (and by) the community. Broadcasting out of Magnuson Park, SPACE 101 operates on the energy of a 100-watt light bulb, yet due to great antenna placement, it has a large broadcast range, from Bellevue to West Seattle and from Phinney Ridge to Kirkland! If you can’t pick it up in your area, you can always listen online at

SPACE’s priority is to build community by connecting the park’s many stakeholders and visitors through creative and community based programming. Volunteer DJ’s have their own unique shows featuring a variety of musical genres including world music, jazz, rock and roll, pop, and more. At all other times of the day (and night), listeners will hear the SPACE MIX – a tailored blend of the best new music, vintage alternative rock, classic R&B, with healthy amounts of local music, and unexpected delights.

Exploring Magnuson Park: A Call to Local Service

“Exploring Magnuson Park” is just one of SPACE 101’s many offerings. Airing Thursdays at 2 PM and hosted by the community-driven Benjamin Warren, the program provides a platform for Magnuson Park’s nonprofit organizations to highlight their work, share their stories, and connect with potential volunteers and donors. Each episode of “Exploring Magnuson Park” is a journey into the heart of these nonprofits. From organizations dedicated to environmental conservation to those focused on youth development, the show covers a wide range of causes that are close to our community’s heart. Through insightful interviews, listeners get a firsthand look at the incredible services offered by these nonprofits and the impact they have on our neighborhoods.

“Exploring Magnuson Park” offers a focused and engaging way to learn about local nonprofit organizations and discover opportunities for involvement and it doesn’t stop at just inspiring you to take action. It also provides concrete steps to get involved. Each episode features information on how to volunteer, donate, or otherwise support the featured nonprofit organizations. The show serves as a gateway to meaningful community engagement. Whether you have a passion for environmental conservation, youth mentorship, inclusive recreation or any other cause close to your heart, “Exploring Magnuson Park” can help you find the right nonprofit organization to support. It’s a testament to the power of local radio and community-focused programming in bringing about positive change.

Tune In and Transform Your Community

If you’re ready to explore the world of local nonprofit organizations and discover how you can make a difference right in your backyard, don’t miss “Exploring Magnuson Park” on SPACE 101.1 FM. Join Benjamin and his guests as they take you on a journey of inspiration, education, and empowerment. Through this innovative radio show, SPACE 101.1 FM is proving that the airwaves can be a force for good, connecting us with the community service organizations that make our city thrive. So, turn the dial to 101.1 FM or listen online at on Thursdays at 2 PM or find previous episodes at and let “Exploring Magnuson Park” be your guide to a world of meaningful service and community engagement. Together, we can make a difference, one radio broadcast at a time.