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Volunteer for the Kids Club Circus

The WDSE-WRPT Kids Club Circus is a carnival filled with inflatable rides, fun games, educational activities, crafts, critters, music and more for families that support children’s programming on public TV. The 2014 circus will be held at Lincoln Park Middle School on Saturday, May 3, from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

There are numerous ways to volunteer to be a part of the fun. Sign up online at wdse.org/circus or call Brita at 218-788-2813.

Season’s Greetings with The PlayList

On Thursday, Dec. 9, enjoy the sights and sounds of the season with ballads, opera, and choral music along with Hibbing’s watercolor master on WDSE-TV’s The Playlist.

The ballads of Arna Rennan and Brian Dack explore a rich musical landscape; the cast of  Amahl and the Night Visitors previews this holiday classic; award-wining watercolorist Terry Maciej shares his techniques; and members of the Arrowhead Chorale prep for a spectacular holiday concert.

This week on the Playlist

A unique blend of gypsy-bluegrass; cross-country experiences with Roadtrip Nation; landscapes by Sue Pavlatos and a sneak peek at the College of Saint Scholastica’s production of Twelfth Night are in the spotlight on The PlayList, Thursday, Oct. 28 at 9pm on WDSE-WRPT’s PBS North (8.1/31.1). (The PlayList is repeated Fridays at midnight.)

Bulldog & WCHA Hockey on WDSE-WRPT

Get a front row seat for WCHA action, right in your living room! Live from the new Bemidji Regional Event Center, WDSE-WRPT will broadcast WCHA Hockey games on the Minnesota Channel (8.4/31.4) this fall.

University Ave. photographer and bandoneón player on the PlayList this week

The PlayList’s second season continues Thursday, Oct. 14, at 9pm on WDSE-WRPT’s PBS North (8.1/31.1).

Wing Young Huie’s photography takes his audience through the rapid-fire labyrinth of socioeconomic and cultural realities along University Avenue’s six-mile thoroughfare in St. Paul, Minnesota. 

The PlayList season 2 kicks off Oct. 7

Experience trumpets and trombones, an insider’s look at a hilarious local musical, beautiful hand weaving by Two Harbors’ Deb Cooter, and more!  Join us for a front row seat as The PlayList launches a second season of exceptional, local arts programming Thursday, Oct. 7 at 9pm on WDSE-WRPT’s PBS North (8.1/31.1)!

WDSE-WRPT shows its shorts! (films, that is) and the music of James Moors

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Public  TV, WDSE-WRPT, invites you to celebrate smart, original films; and the music of James Moors at its free outdoor local film event, Movies in the Park – Shorts!, Friday, Sept. 3 at 7pm in Leif Erickson Park.

The evening begins at 7pm with a performance by folk-songwriter James Moors and his soulful alternative-country sound.  At dusk, public television shows its shorts! WDSE-WRPT showcases local short films and a preview of a new season of Smart Films.

Smart Films rocks its third season with Free Range films by talented local artists on the big screen!  Films may range from First Mow and Pickles for Nickles, to The Old Clyde Road. The season premiere airs Saturday, Sept. 4 at 11pm.

 WDSE-WRPT’s Movies in the Park – Shorts! is made possible by the support of the College of St. Scholastica and Twin Ports Outdoor Movies.

For more info on WDSE-WRPT”s local arts programming go to wdse.org and click on Smart Films and The PlayList!. You can also check out exceptional arts and films programming nationwide at pbs.org.