PBS39 Hosts Virtual Be My Neighbor Day

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Bethlehem, PA – January 29, 2021 – PBS39, a service of Lehigh Valley Public Media™, will host its first virtual Be My Neighbor Day event on Saturday, March 13. Children and families will have two separate opportunities that day to tune-in via Zoom.

About: Inspired by the PBS KIDS series, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Be My Neighbor Day invites children and families to learn about how to be a caring neighbor and hear from important community members who aid neighbors in need. The event will be held virtually over Zoom. Registrants will be sent the event link prior to the start.

Prior to the event, be sure to pick up an activity pack from a PBS39 partner with supplies, books and fun materials for your helper (printable items will also be available on our website). Partner locations will be announced in February 2021 and packs will be available beginning March 1.

Collection Drive:
PBS39 is partnering with New Bethany Ministries to collect critically-needed toiletries as part of our Be My Neighbor Day initiative in February and March. Click here to view their list of needs: http://amzn.to/38NEPvX

When: Saturday, March 13, 10:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

This event is powered by PNC ‘Grow Up Great’ in partnership with Fred Rogers Productions. To register for this event, visit PBS39.org/Neighbor.For more information contact victorias@wlvt.org.

About PBS39
PBS39, a service of Lehigh Valley Public Media™ is a community-owned public media organization serving eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey. PBS39 is licensed in Allentown, PA to the Lehigh Valley Public Telecommunications Corporation. Lehigh Valley Public Media is the home of public television station PBS39/ WLVT, the local NPR news station WLVR, and the television station WPPT, as well as the Lehigh Valley Reads and Battling Opioids initiatives. Lehigh Valley Public Media is the umbrella name for all our brands and initiatives. We are a 50-year-young nonprofit located on the historical SteelStacks campus, 90 minutes from Manhattan, and 60 minutes from Philadelphia, in the rapidly-growing Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania.

Information provided to TVL by:
Victoria Scialfa
Marketing and Public Relations Manager
Lehigh Valley Public Media