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KLRN Kids Fall Festival
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San Antonio, Texas:  To kick off fall, all kids and families are invited to the KLRN KIDS Fall Festival at Mission Marquee Plaza. This family-friendly event promises to provide fun and educational activities for the entire family.

Saturday, October 27
Mission Marquee Plaza
Join us!

Enjoy time with your family as we explore an array of education stations and enjoy healthy treats in the outdoors. We will feature a film preview of Wild Kratts Creepy Creatures as well as several other programs.

These FREE educational events will feature school readiness activities and family fun. Visit with PBS KIDS character Buddy from Dinosaur Train and learn about local FREE family programs. KLRN’s Education team will share activity ideas with adults to help prepare children for school success, distribute free books and puppets, and register families for the Bright By Text service. Agencies will share information on free parent and caregiver workshops; many of these workshops provide families with hands-on learning activities, free materials and books.

Fall Festival with KLRN activity booths include face painting, balloon art, healthy trick-or-treating, gross motor activities, science exploration, and arts and crafts areas. Entertainment will include Buddy from Dinosaur Train. We will also have family fun games like: oversized Connect 4, oversized Checkers, oversized Jenga, and more.

The KLRN KIDS Fall Festival is presented by KLRN Public Television with support from the United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County and the San Antonio Medical Foundation.

KLRN is the Emmy-Award winning Public Television station for South Central Texas broadcasting to a 30-county radius. The mission of KLRN is to open a world of lifelong learning through trustworthy and enriching programs on-air, online and in our community. KLRN cultivates programs that support the station’s mission and commitment to education. It is this “beyond television” strategy that forms KLRN’s educational outreach model — to prepare children for kindergarten and academic success; to positively impact the quality of care; and to share resources that will enhance classroom instruction.