Detroit PBS KIDS Character Breakfast

Join Detroit Public Television for a special character Meet & Greet and a look at our NEW Detroit PBS KIDS 24/7 Channel ThursdayJanuary 26 at 10:30am ET at the Detroit Public Library!

The event includes a buffet breakfast, story time, games, and activities, as well as the opportunity to view the new kids' channel, and the opportunity to meet and take pictures with Detroit PBS KIDS' characters Super WhyClifford, and Buddy from Dinosaur Train!

Made possible by:
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Don't miss this great event. The event is FREE, but registration is required.

Click here to register.

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