Arizona Public Media is a trusted community resource that enriches the lives of Arizonans through quality programs that inform and inspire.
Through partnerships with the University of Arizona and out in the community, AZPM is a catalyst for lifelong learning and initiatives for AZPM members, families, caregivers, educators and of course children. Through the Now Showing at Your Library program with the Pima County Library, the Storytime events at the UA Student Union Memorial Center, the PBS Kids character appearances at the Children’s Museum Tucson, or the Tucson Festival of Books, AZPM engages in meaningful partnerships and events that bring people and ideas together.
Friday, May 2, 8am - 10:30am - Steve Riggs, AZPM's award-winning videographer, will be a guest presenter at "Career Day" at Butterfield Elementary School. Steve will talk about his job and the various types of video and photographic equipment he uses. He will also distribute PBS Kids goodies to the attendees.
Saturday, May 3, 1 - 2:30pm - AZ.PBS LearningMedia training seminar for Southern Arizona teachers as part of Teacher Appreciation Week (May 3 - 10.) Mark Becker, Associate Director of Arizona PBS-Educational Outreach at KAET 8/PHX, will facilitate the session and attending teachers will leave the session with a Professional Certificate. AZ.PBS Learning Media is a robust website for teachers, home schoolers, parents and caregivers that provides more than 30,000 digital curriculum resources for grades K - 16. AZPM production crew will be there filming the session for promotional purposes.
Monday, May 19, 6:30pm - Level One Trauma preview screening at the University of Arizona College of Medicine, Phoenix Campus. This special screening precedes the premiere broadcast of the AZPM original production on KAET 8 in Phoenix on Friday, May 25 at 8pm.
Sunday, June 1 - STEAM (Science, Technology, Education, Arts and Math) Sundays at Children's Museum Tucson. Arizona Public Media volunteers will be at this fun event to provide interactive science, math and arts crafts from 11am - 2pm.
Saturday, June 7 - The Cat in The Hat is the special guest at the UA BookStore "Storytime" events at 10:30am and 2:00pm. Bring the kids down for readings from Cat in the Hat books, interactive crafts and the opportunity to meet the Cat in The Hat! Watch The Cat In The Hat Knows Alot About That weekdays at 7:30am on PBS 6 and at 10:30am and 2:30pm on PBS Kids. The event is free to the public.
Saturday, July 12 - Daniel Tiger visits the UA BookStore this month for "Storytime." This is Daniel Tiger's debut appearance in Tucson. Bring the kids to meet Daniel Tiger, enjoy some fun crafts and listen to readings from Daniel Tiger's new books. Watch Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood weekdays at 5:30am on PBS 6 and at 7am and 5:30pm on PBS Kids. The event is free to the public.
Sunday, August 17 - STEAM (Science, Technology, Education, Arts and Math) Sundays at Children's Museum Tucson. Arizona Public Media volunteers will be at this fun event to provide interactive science, math and arts crafts from 11am - 2pm.
Arizona Daily Star
Bear Essential News
Children’s Museum Tucson
Community Foundation for Southern Arizona
Educational Enrichment Foundation
Green Valley News
Tucson Desert Song Festival
Tucson Festival of Books
Pima Council on Aging
Pima County Library
The Desert Leaf
The Loft Cinema
Tucson Lifestyle Magazine
Tucson Pima Arts Council
Tucson Symphony Orchestra
Tucson Values Teachers
University of Arizona
Sing songs, enjoy interactive activities, listen to stories and meet The Cat in the Hat.
This event is designed to instill a love of reading in children and aid in literacy development at no cost to the participants. Our goal is to engage and enlighten the attendees through our shared love of literature and learning.
Pima County Public Library in partnership with Arizona Public Media and Community Cinema presents Now Showing at Your Library, which features screenings of films from the Emmy Award-winning PBS Series, Independent Lens.
Medora, Indiana is a once-booming community beset by a crippled economy and a dwindling population. This documentary follows the town's down-but-not-out varsity basketball team over a season, capturing the players' stories on and off the court - as the team's struggle to compete parallels the town's fight for survival.
Click here for the Now Showing at Your Library schedule or call 791-4010 for more information.