WHYY events connect you to the best that public media and the region have to offer, including meet-and-greet opportunities with your favorite personalities like Ira Glass, Terry Gross and yes, Daniel Tiger; film screenings; policy forums; tastings; trolley tours; and much, much more. Not a WHYY member? Join today!
The Moth is coming to Philadelphia! Join WHYY for a night of storytelling.
Our friendly therapod, Buddy from Dinosaur Train, is visiting his friends in New Jersey! Grab a selfie with Buddy and explore Diggerland’s attractions with other WHYY friends.
Join WHYY’s Arts and Culture reporter Peter Crimmins for a behind-the-scenes conversation about the Museum of the American Revolution, followed by a chance to explore the Museum's exhibits.
This unique event assembles voices from both sides of the prison system to candidly discuss the challenges that make re-entry such a difficult hurdle. Our ultimate goal? Finding and replicating solutions that work.
We know we can’t trust everything we read online, but how can we determine what to believe? Join us for a discussion where we unpack this issue and discuss how we can all be more critical news consumers.
You're invited to join Keystone Crossroads at the second annual Urban Ideas Worth Stealing conference. We'll discuss the revitalization of our state's cities and towns.
In the 21st century, there is a clear divide between the haves and the have nots. Join WHYY, our partners the Christina Cultural Arts Center and the Metropolitan Wilmington Urban League along with corporate and community leaders for a lively discussion on how everyone can be part of the solution.
This panel discussion asks the question, "What do we lose when we don’t talk about race and how could our lives improve if we did?" Bring your voice and your opinion to the conversation.
Daniel Tiger is visiting historic Washington Crossing Park. Join your favorite friend in a red sweater for an afternoon full of grr-ific activities including a special storytime at the historic site where George Washington crossed the Delaware River.
WHYY partners with different community groups to host screenings of documentary films from the Indie Lens Pop-Up series. The fourth film in our series is Real Boy.
Get ready for an evening of laughter, memories and no-holds-barred candor as beloved host Terry Gross and The Late Night Show’s Seth Meyers celebrate Fresh Air’s 30th anniversary.
Join You Bet Your Garden host Mike McGrath as he previews the perennials, shrubs, vines and trees that bloom during warm weather months. Discover native plants perfect for local gardens as you explore the Schuylkill Center’s 340-acre Roxborough property.