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Rocky Mountain PBS KIDS
Thank You for Celebrating Grandparents Day With Us!
Thank you to all the grandparents, parents and children that attended Día de los Abuelos with us last Friday. We loved watching Alma Goes to Puerto Rico with you, and we hope that you enjoyed our Puerto Rican food tasting activity, dancing with KUVO JAZZ hosts Arturo and Abi, getting photos with a life-size Alma, and playing Alma's Way games!

The RMPBS KIDS team learned a lot about how to host a fully bilingual event, and we're looking forward to engaging more partners and families in this work so that we can host many more events in the future!
The resources offered in this RMPBS KIDS newsletter for parents and caregivers are only possible because of support from our audience. If you would like to support our vision of a Colorado where everyone feels seen and heard, please donate to Rocky Mountain PBS.
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Rocky Mountain PBS KIDS & FamilyFest
Free Tickets to Colorado Springs FamilyFest!
FamilyFest is Colorado's annual indoor family festival. This year, the event will be held at the SoccerHaus Sports & Event Center in Colorado Springs on September 30 from 12:00pm to 6pm. See family-type vendors, enjoy kids activities, and register for awesome vendor prize! Families can learn, explore, have fun, and find family resources. Kids can attend the event for free!

Courtesy of Rocky Mountain PBS KIDS, free tickets to Colorado Springs FamilyFest are available for RMPBS members. When you visit the Eventbrite page and hit "buy tickets", scroll down to the "Complimentary Adult Tickets" section and choose how many tickets you would like! 
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PBS KIDS for Parents Highlight
“Rosie’s Rules” Celebrates Mexican Family Traditions
Five-year-old Rosie Fuentes is inquisitive, hilarious, and she’s an expert at finding - or making - chaos as she learns about the world beyond her family walls. Did you know that you shouldn’t try to mail your cat to Mexico? It’s true! And now, just like so many other things she’s learned, it’s one of “Rosie’s Rules.” Kids ages 3-6 can discover even more dos, don'ts, and ah-ha moments as Rosie, her family, and their cat Gatita share their adventures. Learn more about this awesome PBS KIDS show by clicking the button below!
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