MOLINE, ILLINOIS (March 14, 2019) — WQPT, PBS for the Quad Cities Region is hosting their 2019 Imagination Station for kids on March 16.

Tickets for the free event were “sold out” in 24 hours and takes place on the campus of Western Illinois University-Quad Cities.

MOLINE, ILLINOIS — WQPT, PBS for the Quad Cities Region is hosting their 2019 Imagination Station for kids on March 16.

The event is free, however each person attending must have a ticket. WQPT requests that families only register once so that every family has the opportunity to attend. Duplicate requests will be disqualified.

MOLINE, ILLINOIS (February 21, 2019) — WQPT, PBS for the Quad Cities Region is pleased to offer the member benefit Passport to its viewers beginning February 21.

MOLINE, ILLINOIS (February 7, 2019) — WQPT, Quad Cities PBS is hosting their 2019 Imagination Station for kids on March 16.

WQPT invites the public to a screening of “WQPT – Celebrating 35 Years” at Western Illinois University – Quad Cities on Thursday, November 1 at 5 pm.

MOLINE, ILLINOIS – The Black Box Theatre located in downtown Moline will present the original script of Orson Welles infamous “War of the Worlds: The 1938 radio script,” by Howard E. Koch and based on the novel by H.G. Wells. The production will open October 11 and run through October 21.

MOLINE, ILLINOIS – WQPT - PBS FOR THE QUAD CITIES REGION invites the public to preview screenings of a new Ken Burns documentary “THE MAYO CLINIC: FAITH – HOPE – SCIENCE.”

Each screening event will include a 36-minute preview of the Ken Burns documentary about the Mayo Clinic, and a panel discussion of the film.

MOLINE, ILLINOIS Regional College students have been making a difference for 14 years as WQPT/PBS Ambassadors.

MOLINE, ILLINOIS –WQPT along with our conference partners invite you join us for a morning of workshops for Early Childhood professionals, parents, childcare providers and others.

MOLINE, ILLINOIS – The Black Box Theatre is proud to present the area premiere of “Crowns: A Gospel Musical” by Regina Taylor.  The play with music and dance, is adapted from a book by Michael Cunningham and Craig Marberry.

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