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Folk Show All-Request Show

Posted on September 28, 2023

Join us for a special edition of the WPSU Folk Show on Saturday, October 7th! The show will be made up of requests from you, our Folk Show fans! We will have room for 30-35 songs so submit your requests early before our deadline of Thursday, October 5th! Continue »


Upcoming Events

Eventapalooza 2023

Posted on September 28, 2023

WPSU’s fall PBS KIDS event is back! Make plans to attend Eventapalooza on Saturday, October 21, at the Outreach Building in Innovation Park, State College. This free indoor and outdoor family event will offer make and take crafts and games for kids ages 3 through 10. Pick up free take-home bags and capture photos of your kids posing with PBS KIDS standees. Continue »

Saturday, October 21, from 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.


Keystone Stories

New Neighbors

Posted on September 26, 2023

“New Neighbors” is a term given to immigrants and refugees. These community members work to learn the American ways while keeping their own cultures and traditions alive. We will hear the stories of three immigrant families and follow their journey as they build new lives in central Pennsylvania. Continue »


World Kitchen

Hispanic Heritage

Posted on September 20, 2023

Join World Kitchen host Tamra Fatemi-Badi as she welcomes Maria and Larry Terry to her home kitchen. Maria is originally from Honduras and will share her recipe for Echiladas Hondurenas, as she and Larry talk about their Hispanic heritage and culture through food and family. Continue »

Sunday, October 8, at 2:00 p.m. on Zoom


Keystone Stories

Community Theatre

Posted on September 19, 2023

The arts are on full display as community members take the stage to become theatrical storytellers. Volunteer thespians from the Altoona Community Theatre and Sock and Buskin Theatre Company share stories of why this art form must be kept alive. Continue »


Our Town

Big Valley

Posted on September 7, 2023

Volunteers from the Kishacoquillas (or “Big”) Valley come together to share stories of Native Americans, the Amish, the Belleville Civic Club, the Reedsville revitalization, and more. Continue »