KLRU Create marathons: October

Starting at 10 am each Saturday, KLRU Create offers viewers themed programming to get you started on various projects. KLRU Create is on channel 18.2 over the air.

October 1
Journey to Latin America

Travel the Caribbean and South America in honor of Hispanic Heritage month. Art Wolfe, Richard Bangs and Joseph Rosendo will take you to Mexico, Costa Rica, Guatemala and beyond. You’ll be overwhelmed by the rich history, beautiful landscapes and cultural experiences. Tune in and celebrate Latin America!

October 8
Now That’s Italian

Celebrate all things Italian with cooking and travel. Chefs Lidia Bastianich, Nick Stellino and Mary Ann Esposito cook delicious foods including baked manicotti, tiramisu, and veal scallopine. Travel hosts Burt Wolf, Rick Steves and Joseph Rosendo tour the beautiful and historic cities of Rome, Milan, Florence and surrounding areas. You won’t want to miss a minute of this fun-filled dedication to Italy!

October 15
Girly Girl

Sugar and spice and everything nice, that’s what girly girls are made of. In this crafty marathon Georgia Bonesteel, Donna Dewberry, Vicki Payne and Sloan Payne Rutter make items that a little girl would adore. Whether it’s a room makeover, a fairy castle made from recycled items or room accessories with the perfect feminine touch, the little girl in your life will feel pretty in pink!

October 22
O Canada

From major metropolitan cities to endless green forests, there’s something for everyone in Canada. Our favorite globe trotters Darley Newman, Joseph Rosendo and Rudy Maxa will take us across the American border to experience the glory of Canada. The itinerary includes Quebec, Alberta, Vancouver and Toronto. Canada, the true North strong and free!

October 29
Autumn Harvest

As the weather gets cooler, we look ahead to harvest time. P. Allen picks vegetables straight from his backyard garden. Katie Brown and Caprial & John Spence share apple and pumpkin recipes. Then, pull your chair up to the table for comfort food with Christina Pirello, Rachel Allen and Chris Kimball. This year’s harvest will be delicious.