PBS Kids Get Up and Go! Day

Get up and go to the La Crosse Public Library for Wisconsin Public Television's annual PBS KIDS Get Up and Go Day! This fun-filled free event encourages children to live healthy and active lives. Featuring music, dancing, hands-on activities, arts and crafts, community organizations, food carts and more, this morning will be full of activity! This year we'll be joined by extra special guest children's music superstar Ralph's World. We'll also have special appearances by Daniel Tiger and Nature Cat. Please bring lawn chairs or a picnic blanket for outdoor seating.

PBS Kids Get Up and Go Day!
Saturday, August 5, 2017
10:00 AM-12:00 PM
La Crosse Public Library
800 Main Street

Families, day care groups and other children organizations are welcome to join us at the La Crosse Public Library for this free event. Please bring lawn chairs or a picnic blanket for outdoor seating. In case of rain, all activities and performances will be moved inside.

Get more information at wpt.org/go

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Learn more about Ralph's World

About Get Up and Go! Day

Get Up and Go! engages Wisconsin families to get active and be healthy. Every August, Wisconsin Public Television and PBS Kids brings these fun-filled free events to local communities throughout Wisconsin. Through games, music, crafts, and educational programs, the event helps families learn new ways to be active, enjoy the outdoors, and be healthy all year round.

 

The La Crosse Get Up and Go! Day is sponsored by Misty's Dance Studio, Mayo Clinic Health System-Franciscan Healthcare, Root Down Yoga, Edvest College Savings Plan, Family & Children's Center, Girls Scouts of Wisconsin-Badgerland, Once Upon a Child, The Parenting Place, Wisconsin Bike Federation, and WisCorps

About Ralph's World

Ralph’s World is the mega-fun musical planet where kids rock rock rock and dance dance dance to their own and their parents’ delight. It’s the creation of Ralph Covert: indie rocker, songwriter, playwright, and children’s book author. He’s taken the same high-energy and super-melodic sense that he developed for his touring pop-rock band to kid’s music- basically only the lyrics are changed for the ears of the innocent.  His McCartneyesque style (both musically and his sense of charm) has won him hundreds of thousands of three-feet-and-under fans and their parents.

In addition to making new music and playing lots of concerts, Ralph is also currently working on “Ralph’s World: Time Machine Guitar,” a television series that combines music and history in a fanciful scenario wherein he and three puppet pals travel through time and space while both learning and playing music with true figures such as Ben Franklin and Beethoven. A pilot (available on DVD) has been shot, and plans are being developed to produce the first full season. Ralph's World has appeared on NPR's All Things Considered, ABC World News Tonight, and The CBS Morning Show. His praise in print nationally includes Newsweek, Time, Time, People and Parade. 

Check out music from Ralph's World on YouTube