For 40 years, ValleyPBS has been committed to enriching the lives of our viewers and members by telling the story of the Valley, the country and the world through a combination of educational and entertaining programming and solid community outreach and service. Since 1977, we have proudly been your home for Sesame Street, Masterpiece Theatre, Great Performances, Nova and so much more! In addition to the core line-up of PBS signature programming, with the support of local members and donors, ValleyPBS is able to purchase and broadcast a host of additional series and fan favorites like Doc Martin, Father Brown, Huell Howser’s California’s Gold and others.  And, of course thanks to our viewers, the Station has produced memorable local documentaries and specials like Valley Press, Great Valley, Art of Gardening and Valley’s Gold. Become a member today and support another 40 years of great stories well told.

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#ThinkWednesday: Glacier ice is weird. It’s solid. Solid things aren’t supposed to flow. But glacier ice flows like a liquid, and it does that without melting! How is this possible? - From It's Okay To Be Smart ... See MoreSee Less

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Bronx Global Learning Institute for Girls is a charter school in America's poorest congressional district. For Brianna Perez, Joe's donated violin has provided constant comfort through personal challenges and tough times.

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#ThinkWednesday: Rabies may have spawned legends of werewolves, vampires, and zombies.

Today, it's totally preventable—but it still kills around 60,000 people a year:
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Kern County Residents! Engineer It, Girl! is coming to Bakersfield with a fun workshop for kids ages 4-6. We'll be making fun engineering projects and learning all about what engineering is. You may even get to meet Peg + Cat!
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Thanks to the The Women's and Girls' Fund at Kern Community Foundation for making this possible as well as Girl Scouts of Central California South (OFFICIAL), Engineering For Kids of Kern County and Bakersfield City School District.
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Engineer It, Girl!

August 26, 2017, 9:00am - August 26, 2017, 1:00pm

“Can you Engineer it, Girl!? 1. Are you between 4-6 years old? 2. Do you like solving problems? 3. Can you attend a free Workshop in Bakersfield? 4. Do you want to meet real life engineers?

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