KTTZ and Science Spectrum host Kids Club Summer Adventure

The free event is open to the public and will include live science shows and giveaways.

Summer Adventure

WHAT: Texas Tech University Public Media and the Science Spectrum will host the KTTZ Kids Club Summer Adventure, a free event focusing on making learning fun. This event is open to the public and will include live science shows, giveaways and screenings of various PBS shows in the OMNI Theater and on the Science Stage. There also will be appearances by Curious George and the 501st Legion.

WHEN: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Saturday (July 22)

WHERE: Science Spectrum, 2579 S. Loop 289

EVENT: For a full schedule of activities, visit the Science Spectrum’s public events website.

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KTTZ-TV Channel 5's digital signal reaches a population of approximately 330,000 in 13 counties; cable and satellite extend service area to a total of 21 counties.

The stations diverse programming features 49 hours of educational childrens programming each week. KTTZ-TVs focus on arts, education, community outreach and quality programming for both children and adults makes it a vital part of the community...educating, entertaining and enlightening viewers of all ages.

KTTZ-TV operates as the Educational Television Department under the Office of the Provost.