Watertown, NY – Tune-in for WPBS-TV’s Fall Festival Member Drive, Saturday, September 12th – Sunday, September 20th! The Fall Festival boasts a star-studded lineup beginning Saturday, September 12 in prime time with My Music: Starlight Ballroom at 5:00 pm; Lawrence Welk: Milestones & Memories at 7 pm; and Meet the Midtown Men at 10 pm. Get “Sherlocked” with the rest of the world as we enjoy How Sherlock Changed the World on Sunday, September 13 at 6:30 pm followed by an episode of Masterpiece MYSTERY Sherlock: The Sign of 3, at 9:00 pm.
During the week of Fall Festival, WPBS brings you Father Brown’s Saving Souls & Solving Crimes and the Best of Daniel O’Donnell: Music & Memories on Monday, September 14 at 7:30 pm and 9:30 pm. On Tuesday, we’ll celebrate the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo at 7:30 pm followed by My Music: 60’s & 70’s Slow Songs at 9:30 pm. On Wednesday, WPBS brings you the highly acclaimed Nature: Animal Odd Couples at 8 pm and Motown 25 at 9:30 pm. Thursday is high performance night with a release of The Three Tenors: Carreras, Domingo & Pavarotti at 7:30 pm and Salute to Vienna with a ticket offer at 9:30 pm. WPBS will finish strong during the final weekend of Fall Festival with specials such as Tommy Fleming: A Journey Home (with ticket offer) and The Tenors: Under One Sky!
Make sure to stay tuned to WPBS in the following weeks as American Experience brings you the heartwarming story of an American Icon: Walt Disney, in two parts on Monday and Tuesday, September 21 and September 22 at 10 pm. Also, from the award-winning writer of the hit sit-com on commercial TV, Everyone Loves Raymond, comes I’ll Have What Phil’s Having, to PBS beginning Monday, September 28 at 10:00 pm.
WPBS is pleased to announce our Pledge partners for the Fall Festival Membership Drive. Key Bank and the Watertown WalMart will be helping WPBS give back to our broadcast community with the “One pledge, equals one pound” initiative that will provide nutritional meals for children on both sides of the border.
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