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On Saturday May 18th South Florida PBS participated in 'Kids to Parks Day' with the National Park Trust and WTTW - Chicago PBS!

The event was held at Biscayne National Park where children and families were encouraged to participate in a number of activities designed to educate attendees on our local environment. Activities included fishing practice, picking up litter, nature journaling, meeting NATURE CAT, and more! In exchange for completing these activities, children received Junior Ranger badges and South Florida PBS magnifying glasses. 

Thank you to the National Park Trust and WTTW.

We had a great time on Thursday, April 25th celebrating the incredible Bay of Pigs documentary 'Veritas' as featured in PBS' Reel South Season 9.

Guests enjoyed drinks and live music by Ricky Valido at the pre-screening reception. After the film, 'Veritas' directors Eliecer Jimenez Almeida and Angelica Marrero- Loucraft took the stage with South Florida PBS Principal Director of Content Melissa Harmon to discuss their process creating the film.

Thank you to Savor Cinema for hosting us, and to Eliecer and Angelica for an incredibly insightful discussion.

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We had an amazing time celebrating the newest episode of On the Town in The Palm Beaches with Frank Licari 'West Palm Beach' at Palm Beach Dramaworks yesterday. Guests enjoyed delicious food from Zona Blu Weston and Paneterie , live music by Brandon Forrest, and a photobooth activation by We Create Forever Co. at the pre-screening reception. After watching the latest episode of On the Town, South Florida PBS Principal Director of Content Melissa Harmon hosted a talk-back with Frank and Sue Ellen, Managing Director of Palm Beach Dramaworks.

Thank you to Palm Beach Dramaworks for hosting us.

Thank you to Discover the Palm Beaches, Palm Beach County, and the Film and Television Commission of Palm Beach County.

Thank you to everyone who joined us this weekend at the Health Channel's 2nd Annual Women's Health Fair on Saturday, March 23rd! Together, we celebrated, learned, and empowered each other in the pursuit of better health and wellness. A special THANK YOU to the 30+booths that participated at the Women's Health Fair this year and all of our incredible guests and speakers. 

On March 7th South Florida PBS hosted a "Women of Impact" event in partnership with Women United of Palm Beach. It was an incredible tribute to the diverse and influential women shaping our community. With a Mariachi band and insightful discussions, it was a true celebration of empowerment and inspiration.

South Florida PBS wants to congratulate our esteemed speakers, Dr. Shannon Solis, Dr. Laurie George, and Dina Rubio, and moderator Carla Hill, host of Hope is Here for sharing their wisdom, expertise, and stories of resilience. We also want to commend our fearless leader, Dolores Fernandez Alonso who gave all the women a warm welcome for always empowering and providing us with opportunities learn, grow, thrive and create meaningful impact in the South Florida communities.

We had an incredible time celebrating the 12th season of our Emmy Award-winning program Art Loft at the Actors' Playhouse in Coral Gables on Tuesday, February 13th. The event opened with a pre-screening reception in the iconic lobby of Actors' Playhouse. Featured activations included food by CrepeMakers, a mural activation led by Vida Sofia of RawFigsPopUp, a photobooth, music by MiamiBloco, and the debut of South Florida PBS' original immersive VR art experience. This VR experience took guests through a 3D art museum where they learned about the life and work of Rafael Soriano and were then invited to create their very own 3D art. 

After the screening, Art Loft producer Melissa Harmon led a talk-back with David Arisco, Artistic Director, at the Actors’ Playhouse, and suOm and Brian, co-founders of the musical collective MiamiBloco. 

Photography by Roberto Valladares.

We had an amazing time celebrating the premiere of On the Town in The Palm Beaches - Fitness Adventures at Drive Shack West Palm Beach on Friday, February 9th! Guests enjoyed a night of golf, food, and drinks during the pre-screening reception and were the first to watch the latest episode of On the Town. ⛳

After the screening host Frank Licari and producers of the show answered all the audiences questions.

Thank you to Discover the Palm Beaches, Palm Beach County, and the Film and Television Commission of Palm Beach County.

Photography by Roberto Valladares. 

South Florida PBS was honored to collaborate with United Way of Palm Beach County and Women United for the January 11th Women in Philanthropy Symposium at the COX Science Center in West Palm Beach. Guests were truly inspired by a powerhouse panel of women, Chairman of the Board of the Palm Beach County Food Bank, Marti LaTour, former President of General Motors Foundation and Corporate Relations, Vivian Pickard, and ours truly, South Florida PBS President & CEO Dolores Fernandez Alonso. These panelists shared their uplifting stories and delved into the profound impact of philanthropy.

This powerful panel was moderated by Between the Covers host Ann Bocock.

Photography by Capehart Photography.

On Thursday, December 14th South Florida PBS celebrated the season 7 premiere of On the Town in The Palm Beaches at  Mathew's Brewery in Lake Worth. In the premiere episode host Frank Licari showcases all the Palm Beaches most pet friendly spots! Frank visits restaurants, dog-friendly beaches, a dog resort, a pet friendly fashion show, and more.

Thank you to our sponsors, Discover the Palm Beaches, The Palm Beach County Film and Television Commission, and Palm Beach County. 

On Friday, November 10th South Florida PBS celebrated the premiere of Film-maker Flip the Script at Savor Cinema in Ft. Lauderdale. In this series of short films, Broward high school juniors and seniors partnered with South Florida PBS to tackle community issues that are most important to them, and through the process, got the chance to discover how films can inspire meaningful conversations. The premiere was followed by a BBQ to honor veterans. 

This program is made possible in part by the Community Foundation of Broward and is produced in partnership with the Broward County Film Society.