Do you have a special child in your life that is 12 years old or younger? Would they like to have fun, meet new friends and attend special events in the new PBS Kansas Cochener-Garvey Children’s Education & Discovery Center and in the community? Then, join the PBS Kansas Kids Club today!
For a yearly pledge of $96 (or $8 per month), you can enroll up to two children in the PBS Kansas Kids Club and support quality programs. For a yearly pledge of $108 (or $9 per month), you can enroll up to four children. (Each additional child can be enrolled for $15).
As a thank you, you will receive yearly access to PBS Kansas Passport, our streaming service where you can get extended access to past seasons of PBS shows, stream early releases of new shows, or binge watch your favorite shows – both kids and grownup shows! Your child(ren) will each receive the following thank you gifts:
- Welcome package in the mail with a PBS Kansas drawstring backpack, stickers and activity sheets
- Their name included in an on-air birthday greeting, aired during the child’s birthday month as well as being included on the Kids Club landing page birthday list
- Early or private access to special events in the new PBS Kansas Cochener-Garvey Children’s Education & Discovery Center, where kids can create, invent, tinker, explore and discover!
- Invitation to the BIG BASH, a fun-filled celebration in the fall
- Monthly enewsletter, offering ideas for indoor and outdoor family fun
Sign up today and then download this form to complete your enrollment.
Questions? Contact Lynn Woolf, email@example.com, 316-838-3090 ext. 233.
SAVE THE DATE!
PBS Kansas Kids Club will tour WSU Shocker Studios
(film, recording and motion capture studio)
Saturday, March 25, 10 - 11:30 a.m.
The Kids Club members and family enjoyed gathering at our new building for activities and science experiments. Tanganyika was on hand with animals. The Johnson’s Garden Centers’ trolley was there for kids to enjoy and so was a large dump truck from Cornejo Construction. The kids really enjoyed blowing the loud horn. They also got to hang out with Elmo and Thunderdog, the mascot for the Wichita Thunder Hockey team.