By Michelle Kinsey—
MUNCIE, IN — Won’t you be our neighbor?
Ball State PBS’s Be My Neighbor Day is returning to downtown Muncie!
Join Daniel Tiger for an afternoon of free fun 1-4 p.m. Saturday, June 10, at Canan Commons. The event will also include more than 20 booths (neighbors) offering hands-on activities – from sunflower planting to rock painting to puppet making – for the whole family.
This will be the first in-person Be My Neighbor Day since 2019 (the fifth anniversary) and the start of the pandemic (in 2020).
“We are so excited to bring Be My Neighbor Day back as an in-person event this summer,” said Dr. Phil Hoffman, General Manager of Ball State PBS. “We have really missed seeing all of our neighbors together, enjoying a beautiful day in the neighborhood!”
- Meet Daniel Tiger!
- Dance along to music by the Atomic Sharks!
- Visit our great neighbors from arts organizations, community centers and other awesome non-profit groups!
- Enjoy performances by Muncie Ballet and Youth Symphony Orchestra, too!
- Pick up your very own Be My Neighbor Day tote bag packed with goodies!
Be My Neighbor Day is presented by Ball State PBS, Midas, and the Ball State Office of Community Engagement, with major support from Wilhoite Family Dental, LifeStream Services, The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County, Inspire Academy, and Heart of Indiana United Way.
For more information, go to www.ballstatepbs.org.
About Ball State PBS
A PBS Member station, Ball State PBS is licensed to Ball State University and serves nearly 1.5 million people in east central Indiana and western Ohio. Ball State PBS connects people to educational experiences and trusted stories.