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If you are of a certain age, you not only know who Mister Rogers is you probably have fond memories of his show. I can still remember my favorite episode when he visits the Crayola factory, and we see how crayons are made. He was a trailblazer for TV and an icon to a generation of parents and children
To celebrate what would have been Rogers 90th Birthday the documentary “Won’t You Be My Neighbor” was released to accolades and box office records. It examines the life and legacy of Rogers as well as his TV show “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.” Next week you can view this film for free at Lake Forest Country Day School.
Say “I love you” this Valentine’s by introducing your children to this fantastic man and critically acclaimed film. The film will be shown in the newly renovated performing arts center and is free and open to the public.
“Mr. Rogers influenced generations of children, and this is a truly remarkable documentary that all parents and educators are likely to enjoy and learn from. We are delighted to be able to host this event for the community, and the screening will be followed by a short discussion.”Head of School Joy Hurd
The film, directed by academy award-winning Morgan Neville, looks back at the legacy of Mr. Rogers focusing on his radically kind ideas. Fred Rogers stood firm in his belief about the importance of protecting childhood even while the world around him was rapidly changing. He changed the way TV was made for children and inspired countless educators and parents.
The film is rated PG-13 and Common Sense Media rates the film as appropriate for ages 10 and older. While this is a free showing that is open to the public, please reserve your seats online or call 847-615-6151
Showing of “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?”
Tuesday February 12, 2019 – 6:00 p.m.
Lake Forest Country Day School is a co-educational independent school for students age two through eighth grade that has been graduating students of strong character with a passion for learning since 1888. Play-based, experiential-learning curriculum drives the Early Childhood Center (ECC) with stellar student-to-teacher ratios of 7:1 ECC students learn throughout the School’s state-of-the-art facilities which include: a 2800 sq. ft. Innovation Lab, a dedicated ECC Outdoor Classroom, and a newly renovated Performing Arts Center. Visit one of their upcoming Open Houses scheduled for January 10 and February 7 or contact them today to set up a tour!
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