Lakeland Public Television develops, produces and distributes a 30-minute magazine-style program that showcases regional arts, history and cultural heritage events, people and places of significance. Common Ground airs Thursday nights during primetime and is re-broadcast overnights and weekends as well as during primetime on our L-Plus digital sub-channel.
As a core to Como’s mission on education, updating the aging interpretive signage and adding interactive and technology based interpretive and hands-on experiences is important. The cost to develop, design and produce these items is needed for African Hoofstock, Large Cats and the Japanese Gardens. The displays will demonstrate Como Zoo’s commitment to world-wide conservation measures.
The Disabled Veterans Rest Camp (DVRC), located on Big Marine Lake in Washington County, is open to all military veterans and military families. Founded in 1926 to help disabled veterans recover from World War I, the non-profit, campground relies on donations and volunteers to host most activities that provide relief and recreation.
A project of: Minnesota Public Television Association (MPTA)
WDSE Public Television
2011 Fiscal Year Funding Amount:
Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund
WDSE partnered with the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra to broadcast performances and enrich local music education with a Young People's Concert and online linesson guides for teachers to prepare students to attend the broadcast concert.
WDSE will make bring expanded live broadcast and a connection to music education in local classrooms with the airing of the Young People's Concert. Prior to the concert, WDSE and the Orchestra will work jointly to provide lesson plans and support material which will help teachers to make the most of their classroom's concert experience.