Date(s) - 07/06/2022
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Fred Rogers, one of Pittsburgh’s most beloved sons, is the subject of this heartwarming 2018 documentary film.
Musician, puppeteer and minister Fred Rogers (1928-2003) is best known for the Pittsburgh-produced “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” (1968-2001) a children’s educational television program distributed to public TV stations by the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). The show’s gentle pace and kindly characters were ideally suited to teach kids ages 2 to 5 a variety of subjects.
Admission is free. Times given are approximations; the film will begin at dusk. Presented by the City of Pittsburgh Department of Parks and Recreation (a.k.a. CitiParks) and sponsored by Dollar Bank.
Frew Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States