Have you watched Iowa Public Television and noticed the on-air birthday greetings just for Iowa kids? Have you wondered how the special kids in your life could get involved? The IPTV KIDS Club is your answer!
Members of the IPTV KIDS Club support quality children's programming on IPTV -- the programming your kids enjoy, and that you can trust. We dedicate 15.5 hours of airtime to IPTV KIDS programs each weekday on IPTV and IPTV LEARNS, with 12 hours of kids' shows every weekend day.
Your investment helps keep outstanding programs like Sesame Street, Arthur, Curious George, and more on the air for all Iowa kids.
Knowing you're helping make kids' programming possible isn't the only great thing about being part of the IPTV KIDS Club. There are other benefits of membership in this Club, including:
- A welcome packet full of fun and educational activities
- A personalized birthday card
- A birthday greeting on IPTV aired the week of his or her birthday*
- A birthday greeting on the IPTV Web site and in the Advance program guide
- Discounts to our Kids Club events held throughout the year
- IPTV Kids Club card good for one-day passes or tickets to great kid-friendly attractions including:
- Blank Park Zoo
- Heartland Acres Agribusiness Center
- Living History Farms
- Kate Goldman Theatre
- Iowa Children's Museum
- The Family Museum
- National Mississippi River Museum
KIDS Club membership for up to 2 children is available to members who give a $25 additional gift to Iowa Public Television. (Additional kids are $15 each.) For more information, contact Darla Hassebroek at (515) 725-9811 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When you're ready, pledge your gift online or call us at (515) 725-9800.
* Birthday information must be received at least two weeks prior to the week of the birthday in order for it to be announced on Iowa Public Television. Birthday greetings air Mondays after Curious George in the morning and Wild Kratts in the afternoon.
Happy Birthday to all of these fabulous IPTV Kids Club members! Featuring Iowa Public Television and Dan Wardell.