Storytime in the Commons featuring PBS Kids Characters

Saturday, September 29, 2018

Storytime in the Commons is back for another season of fun character visits and themes focused on learning and character building. Your kids can meet and have their photo taken with some of their favorite PBS Kids characters during this free storytime. Stories will be read and shared on the big outdoor screen at the Nine Network. There will also be crafts, games and fun activities for the whole family. 

Storytime in the Commons is free but registration is required. Tickets will be available starting one month before each storytime. Storytime in the Commons are held on Saturday mornings from 9:30 to 11 a.m. at the Nine Network and St. Louis Public Radio, 3653 Olive Street.

Scheduled Storytimes and themes are:

June 2: Get into STEM featuring Peg + Cat and Sid the Science Kid

July 7: Respect Others featuring Arthur and Clifford the Big Red Dog

August 4: Embrace Cultural Diversity featuring WordGirl and Super Why

September 29: Be My Neighbor Day featuring Daniel Tiger and Katerina Kittycat

To register for tickets, go to ninenet.org

 

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