Rootle Instagram Takeover: Get Ready for FREE Family Fun In and Around Raleigh

Here at Raleigh Moms Blog, we are team of 25+ mamas from a variety of backgrounds who are raising little ones here in the Triangle. The one thing we all have in common is our love for our PBS kids programming. From Word Girl, Arthur, Sesame Street, Wild Kratts, Super Why and more… we’ve all spent time with our kiddos laughing, learning, and bonding over our favorite PBS shows!

We’re thrilled to announce that RMB will be joining our friends at Rootle, a North Carolina 24/7 PBS KID Channel, for an Instagram Takeover on Saturday, March 23rd over on Rootle’s Instagram Page (@rootlenc).

Join RMB Contributors, Valerie Contreras (@theminimama) and Chika Gujarathi (@theantibland), as they share a day of “FREE Family Fun in and around Raleigh” over on Rootle’s Instagram!

Learn more about our friends at Rootle along with Rootle family events happening around town and where to access their variety of resources for parents and caregivers.

What’s the Deal with Rootle?

Rootle, North Carolina’s 24/7 PBS KIDS Channel, provides quality, educational PBS KIDS programs to NC children and their families, and the Rootle team also hosts FREE live events all year long across North Carolina at malls, convention centers, and other venues to provide free activities and experiences for children, parents, and educators. They have lots of free resources that they provide and disperse in different communities across the state. Learn more about what the Rootle team does here!

Read-a-roo’s Block Party LIVE! – Coming to Greensboro on March 30

This year, Rootle is taking their block party from the screen to college campuses for Block Party LIVE – College Edition! Join Rootle for their kickoff event on Saturday, March 30 from 10 am to 2 pm at North Carolina A and T’s Alumni-Foundation Event Center in Greensboro! We’ll be celebrating hands-on fun as part of Remake Learning Days Across America. And come meet PBS KIDS STARS from Dinosaur Train, Nature Cat, and Sesame Street! This event is FREE and open to the public!

Check out Rootle & UNC-TV’s GIRL Power Campaign!

Get empowered with this series that shines a light on girls who lead, mentor, impact and inspire those around them. Featuring girls from across the state, ages 9 – 18, the girls share first-person accounts of how they embrace their GIRL Power! while encouraging others to do the same. Learn more on their featured girls, including their tour on our float in the Raleigh Christmas Parade this past November, and learn how they tap into their GIRL Power. Also, follow NC GIRL Power on Instagram (@ncgirlpower), and make sure to let us know what YOUR girl power is using #myGIRLpoweris!

Bright By TextFREE Tips and Hints for Parents and Caregivers!

Calling all parents and caregivers who take care of a small child – check out this free service that Rootle provides! We know that it can be hard to figure out what’s best for the child in your life, and we are here to help with Bright By Text. Text CONNECT to 274448, and you’ll receive FREE weekly tips, activities and fun event invitations for you and your child!

Follow and connect with Rootle over on Instagram and come join us at @rootlenc on March 23rd as we take you through our favorite Raleigh Moms Blog – approved spots in town for some FREE Family Fun!  

*Photo Credit: Rootle PBS Kids Channel

Rootle, North Carolina’s 24/7 PBS KIDS Channel, provides quality children’s programming from PBS KIDS as well as in-person engagement for children, parents and educators. As part of Public Media North Carolina, North Carolina’s 12-station, four channel public media network, Rootle offers families a haven for intentional, educational and entertaining viewing, in addition to free resources and experiences for families and beyond. Rootle is supported through a unique combination of private and public support from viewers like you. Learn more about Rootle and discover its many resources at and join the conversation by following @rootlenc on Instagram.

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