Mister Rogers Kindness Crawl
Must be 18 or older
Join Kansas City PBS and our community partners, including ServeKC, for the KCPT Mister Rogers Kindness Crawl. Adult participants will use the KC Streetcar (aka our Neighborhood Trolley) to make a series of stops with activities focused on helping the community, like making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich for a someone in need with Initiative PB & J, writing a message to a senior receiving a box of food from Harvesters, creating a toy for a dog at Wayside Waifs or assembling welcome materials for a family that will be distributed through KC for Refugees. The Chesterfield at the Alamo, the City Market, the Kansas City Public Library, and Union Station will host activities. Participants will also be encouraged to engage in simple acts of kindness while in transit like saying “Hello” to a stranger, picking up litter, and giving a child a Daniel Tiger sticker book. Throughout, participants will be encourage to document and share their activities via social media. The crawl will begin and culminate at the Chesterfield, next to the Power and Light KC Streetcar stop, for a brief presentation, clips from the series and prizes.
Tickets go on sale Monday, Feb. 19 at 10 a.m. CST on Eventbrite.