WPBS-TV is pleased to announce the screening of “Folklore & Frost: Haunted Happenings”. Join WPBS on Thursday, October 19th at 7pm at the Lowville Town Hall Theater for a spooky good time! Admission is free, with items available for purchase at the concession stand. Q&A following the screening with the Producer and other panelists. In our newest production, Folklore & Frost: Haunted Happenings, WPBS-TV investigates the ghost stories in locations of historical significance in our broadcast community where unexplained occurrences are part of everyday life. Journey with us to the Thompson Park Vortex, the Jefferson County Historical Society and much more! The program premieres on WPBS Monday, October 23rd at 9pm.
Folklore & Frost: Haunted Happenings will also be making a debut at the Black River Drive In Theatre, Saturday, October 28th! They will be featuring the horror classic, “Night of the Living Dead” and “Folklore & Frost: Haunted Happenings”, beginning at 7pm! The showing is free to the public with limited menu items available at the concession stand, while supplies last. We hope to see you there!
About Cinema Six
Cinema Six brings educational, entertaining, and informative films to our broadcast community. WPBS-TV will be featuring local productions along with national Public Broadcasting programs beginning September 2017 and will continue through February 2018, with one screening each month at varied locations, over the course of six months.
All screenings are free and open to the public.
WPBS-TV is a non-profit public television station serving approximately 650,000 households throughout Northern New York and Eastern Ontario. WPBS-TV’s mission is to educate, entertain and inform our two-nation audience through superior local and national content and media engagement in order to enhance the lives of those it serves. More information about WPBS is available at www.wpbstv.org, or by following WPBS on Twitter and Facebook.