WSRE Jean & Paul Amos Performance Studio Pensacola State College, 1000 College Blvd., Pensacola
It will be a beautiful day in the neighborhood as WSRE hosts the third annual Be My Neighbor Day—a FREE family event spotlighting the neighborly values of Mister Rogers—on Saturday, April 25th from 10am–2pm. Daniel Tiger and Katerina Kittycat will be at the WSRE studios at Pensacola State College to greet young fans; PBS KIDS co-host Mr. Steve will perform in the WSRE Jean & Paul Amos Performance Studio; and community organizations will be on hand with children’s activity booths and useful information for parents.
This all-day festival features music, family fun and hands-on environmental activities for kids of all ages. There will be food trucks present throughout the day.
Earth Day Every Day CT is a local organization that strives to create events and positive, interactive experiences for children that are based in nature and environmental science. We partner with like-minded people and organizations and our mission is to educate children to be more environmentally aware and active.
Saturday, October 31st thru Sunday, November 1st 10am - 5pm
2500 Campus Road, Honolulu, HI
Hawai‘i’s premier event for Book & Music Lovers. Don’t miss it!
The Hawaii Book & Music Festival celebrates its 15th year in 2020 at an exciting new venue: the University of Hawaii Manoa campus. The family-friendly festival takes place Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 31 and Nov. 1; admission is free. Organizers plan to build upon the popular program and performance offerings by nearly doubling the number of pavilions and stages. Among the new programs and events are pavilions dedicated to presentations on sustainability and climate change, young adult and children's books, and new modes of storytelling. Evening concerts and a student fringe festival also are on the list of new events. Festival-goers also can look forward to ongoing music and hula performances on the Main Stage; a Keiki Stage dedicated to youth and youth performers; the Alana Hawaiian Culture pavilion; local and national author presentations and book-signings; a Barnes & Noble pop-up bookstore and other local book-sellers and publishers; and an internationally flavored assortment of food trucks and food vendors. The 2020 Hawaii Book & Music Festival is supported in part by generous support from Hawaii Tourism Authority, the Office of Hawaiian Affairs and Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts. Beneficiaries of this nonprofit festival are Hawaii Literacy and Read to Me International. Visit www.hawaiibookandmusicfestival.com for information