PBS KIDS Rosie’s Rules Screening | October 29
Meet 5-year-old Rosie Fuentes, a Mexican-American girl just beginning to learn about the wow-mazing world beyond her family walls.
Join us for a screening and fun activities around the new PBS KIDS program Rosie’s Rules. The series aims to teach children concrete lessons about how a community works, helping them develop an awareness of themselves as individuals and as part of a broader society.
Like many children across the country, Rosie is part of a blended, multicultural family; Papá is from Mexico City and Mom is from rural Wisconsin. Rosie has a little brother, Iggy, and an older sister, Crystal, who is Mom’s child from her first marriage. The Fuentes family lives together in suburban Texas with their cat (and Rosie’s partner-in-crime), Gatita. Tia Margarita and cousin Javi live nearby too!
Rosie is bilingual in English and Spanish and loves to celebrate her multicultural identity. Throughout the series, she joyfully introduces viewers to the art, traditions and foods of the Southwest, Midwest and Mexico, where her Abuela lives.
We will watch Rosie's Rules episodes and have some giveaways and short activities, including a seasonal (NOT spooky!) scavenger hunt with prizes!
We will provide a virtual screening link closer to the event for those not attending in person. Please be sure to register for in-person OR virtual.
Health and Safety:
ALL ATTENDEES, including children, must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. People are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose in a two-dose series (Pfizer, Moderna), or two weeks after a single-dose vaccine (Johnson & Johnson).
No exceptions will be made to the vaccine requirement, and a negative COVID test will no longer be accepted for entry.
Attendees will need to present photo ID and proof of vaccination in the form of your physical CDC Vaccination Record card or your digital vaccination record before entering the building. New York residents can easily register for your digital vaccination record for access on your mobile device. Photographs of vaccination cards will not be accepted.
We’ve installed an environmentally friendly clean air filtration system throughout our building to attack microbes both in the air and on surfaces. This system uses an innovative Dry Hydrogen Peroxide (DHP™) to fight viruses, bacteria, mold, odors, and insects.
There will be enhanced disinfecting of high-touch surfaces. Countertops, railings, restrooms, and seating areas will be cleaned and disinfected thoroughly.
We will continue to closely review public health guidelines and update our safety protocol as necessary. Staying informed is our best prospect for remaining safe as we move forward with navigating through the pandemic. Buffalo Toronto Public Media is dedicated to staying up to date with current guidelines to ensure a safe experience for all.