Have you ever wanted to see how public broadcasting is made? You’re invited to “come on in” as West Virginia Public Broadcasting continues its series of Open House days on September 26 at its Charleston studios at 600 Capitol Street.
Take a tour of the Charleston station, see how public radio and television shows are recorded, watch a special live magic show from “Abracadabra,” and meet some of the people that make West Virginia Public Broadcasting possible.
The event is Saturday, Sept. 26, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. There’ll be food and drink and plenty of prizes. The event is free and open to the public. “We’re thrilled to open up our facility to the public, because it really belongs to all the people of West Virginia,” said WVPB executive director Scott Finn. ”We especially hope families and children come to see the live performance of “Abracadabra” and receive a behind-the-scenes peek into how we tell West Virginia’s story.”