MOLINE, IL – WQPT, Quad Cities PBS is hosting Imagination Station on March 17. 

Tickets “sold out” in 24 hours with 4,000 tickets distributed. The free family friendly event takes place on the campus of Western Illinois University-Quad Cities.

PBS characters attending are: Clifford, Arthur, Curious George, Super Why’s Whyatt and Wonder Red, Daniel Tiger and Katerina Kitty, Jet Propulsion from Ready Jet Go! Nature Cat, and Cat in the Hat.  Aside from meeting their favorite PBS friends, kids can read to therapy dogs in the Martha Speaks room, discover wild animals in the Wild Kratts room, and explore with Mr. Scott.  Each PBS character will have their own station with fun activities, great stories and a career exploration track—all reinforcing the learning concepts of their specific program. Attendees also receive a free book.

Imagination Station is supported by our Presenting Sponsors the Scott County Regional Authority. Character Sponsors are Modern Woodmen, Cobham, IH Mississippi Valley Credit Union, IMEG, Jaycees of the Quad Cities, The Planning Center, Skip-a-Long, Tyson Foods, Wells Fargo, Exelon Generation, and Oak Knoll Animal Hospital.

Other sponsors include Rauch Family Foundation I, Carpetland USA, Chris Gramkow Creative, Western Illinois University-Quad Cities, Moline Kiwanis, Villa Montessori and Family Museum.

WQPT is a media service of Western Illinois University.

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