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Announcing New KIDS Content
The RMPBS KIDS team is experimenting with long-form Bawby content! In this video, Bawby hangs out with their friend Mary, a curious 9 year old girl that loves art, science, and chocolate chip cookies. The two visit Riverdale Regional Park, located in Brighton, Colorado, and come across a mural! 

Interested in learning more about art, Bawby decides to search for the artist of the mural: Michael C. Gadlin, a contemporary mixed media artist and former co-host of Arts District, Rocky Mountain PBS' award-winning half-hour arts and culture series. Captions are available in English and Spanish.
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RMPBS KIDS Instagram Highlight
Bawby's Social Media Adventures
Did you know the RMPBS KIDS team makes Instagram reels of Bawby visiting different places in Colorado and learning about Colorado and hanging out with families?
The Family Center/La Familia
Bawby got to visit kids at The Family Center/La Familia right alongside the KIDS Team during our KIDS on the GO event. The little ones loved petting Bawby's head!
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Partner Content
All Aboard for Holiday Magic!
Sure to rekindle the Christmas spirit in true believers: All Aboard THE POLAR EXPRESS™ Train Ride at the Colorado Railroad Museum! 
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Partner Content
Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella 
Starting November 24, this romantic fairy tale classic comes to the Arvada Center. Bring your family for the holidays!  
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Partner Content
Our Second Act
Celebrate Denver Arts week with the Spirit of Dance! Join Presenting Denver and the Children’s Museum of Denver for the 2023 Walking Festival!
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PBS KIDS for Parents & RMPBS KIDS Highlight
Celebrate Day of the Dead with Bawby & Rosie
Hoy Bawby se tomó el tiempo para mirar todas las hermosas fotos de seres queridos aportadas por nuestro personal y comunidad para decorar nuestra ofrenda del Día de Muertos. Mucha gente celebra esta festividad cultural mexicana los días 1 y 2 de noviembre como una forma de honrar a sus antepasados y a la idea de que la muerte es una parte natural de la vida. Una ofrenda es una parte clave porque es un altar especial donde recordamos y honramos a nuestros seres queridos que han fallecido. Están decoradas con fotos, comidas favoritas, velas, flores de cempasúchil y objetos significativos. Es una hermosa tradición que mantiene vivos los recuerdos de nuestros seres queridos. 
¡Prueba la actividad para hacer una muñeca Catrina con Rosie como parte de tu Día de Muertos AQUÍ (en ingles)!
Today Bawby took time to look at all the beautiful photos of loved ones contributed by our staff and community to decorate our Day of the Dead ofrenda. Many people celebrate this Mexican cultural holiday on November 1 and 2 as a way to honor their ancestors and the idea that death is a natural part of life. 
An ofrenda is a key part because it is a special altar where we remember and honor our loved ones who have died. They are decorated with photos, favorite foods, candles, marigold flowers and meaningful objects. It is a beautiful tradition that keeps the memories of our loved ones alive. 
Try the activity to make a Catrina doll with Rosie as part of your Day of the Dead HERE!
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