OETA Day at the Capitol to Provide PBS Nostalgia for Kids and Adults on April 28
OETA invites all Oklahomans to attend OETA Day at the State Capitol on Tuesday April 28 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the Fourth Floor Rotunda. The Oklahoma State Capitol is located at 2300 North Lincoln Boulevard in Oklahoma City.
In 2014, more than 1,200 people from across the state attended the free event celebrating OETA's standing as the most watched public television station in the country.
For 2015, OETA is providing interactive experiences showcasing a wide variety of OETA and PBS content:
Meet PBS KIDS Characters
Meet and greet with favorite PBS KIDS characters including Daniel Tiger, Arthur and Curious George, along with PBS KIDS giveaways including books and stickers.
PBS KIDS Sing-a-Longs and Storytime
Sing-a-longs and dancing to favorite songs from Sesame Street and more. Plus, storytime on the rotunda floor with special guest readers. Children will also receive free books, stickers and photos with the PBS KIDS characters.
PBS Nostalgia Nerd Experience
Photos in the Vintage PBS Photo Booth with Mister Rogers, Sherlock, Big Bird, Downton Abbey characters and more. Photography and props will be provided. Plus, dress as your favorite PBS series character or come as you are.
Happy Tree Art Experience
Those who remember the Joy of Painting with Bob Ross can try their hand at his iconic art technique - paint your own happy trees on a giant canvas.
PBS KIDS Digital Lab
Stop by the PBS KIDS "Anywhere Lounge" to play with the latest PBS KIDS apps and games on provided tablets.
What's the Deal? LIVE!
Watch as What's The Deal? host Jessi Crino conducts a live science experiment, with audience participation.
More information about OETA Day at the State Capitol can be found online, by phone at 1-800-879-6382 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.