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9:30 am 
Aviators   Triple Tree Aerodrome: A look at one of the most meticulously maintained grass runways anywhere at what we discovered to be a pure haven for lovers of aviation and the outdoors. Aeroshell Aerobatic Team: Raeleen goes flying with these rock stars of the air show circuit. Dream flight of a lifetime: Twenty pilots attend a T33 Silverstar ground school but only one will win a chance to actually fly it. D

10:00 am 
Song of the Mountains   My New Favorites; Travis Frye & Blue Mountain. D

11:00 am 
Sesame Street  "Simon Says"  Telly has to practice paying attention, listening and controlling himself to prepare for a Simon Says Competition. Educational Objective: Self-Regulation (EF). D

12:00 pm 
Dinosaur Train  "Arnie Rides The Flatcar/Old Reliable"  Buddy, Tiny, and Mom visit their very large sauropod friend, Arnie Argentinosaurus, and his dad. Arnie has grown bigger since our kids have seen him and is now too big to ride on the Dinosaur Train anymore. Tiny and Buddy arrange with Mr. Conductor for Arnie to be the first big dinosaur to ride on the newest Dinosaur Train car - the flatbed car! Mr. Pteranodon and Mr. Lambeosaurus take all the kids to see a field of geysers - holes in the ground that hot water shoots out from! At the same time, Mrs. Pteranodon and Mrs. Lambeosaurus are relaxing nearby in soothing pools of warm water, called hot springs. D

12:30 pm 
Super Why!  "Beauty and the Beast"  "Grrr! Stomp!" is all Princess Pea hears on her playdate with Wolfy and she can't figure out why he's so angry! The Super Readers zip into the story of Beauty and the Beast and get to know the Beast himself! He isn't so "beastly" after all and if only he could turn down his roaring, Beauty might figure out they're not as different as she thinks. Educational Objectives: To learn about the right way to speak to friends, practice the alphabet, and rhyme with "ake" words. Kids will find out that the power to read can change the story!. D

1:00 pm 
Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!  "Meet The Beetles/Tongue Tied"  Meet the Beetles - Nick and Sally must protect their cookie jar from cookie snatchers! But how? Well by meeting three of the Cat's beetle friends, that's how! Stan the Giant Stag beetle shows them how to look scary, while Cliff the Click beetle teaches them to make a noise them jump! And Bobbi the Bombardier beetle has a stinky surprise for those that try to sneak up on her. Now Nick and Sally can keep their cookies safe! Tongue Tied - Mmm, there's nothing better than a blueberry popsicle, even though it makes your tongue blue! Speaking of tongues, the Cat has some friends with marvelous tongues! The kids meet Treetop Tom and see how his tough tongue can pick food off of thorny branches. Then Snifty the boa snake shows them how she uses her tongue to smell. D

1:30 pm 
Wild Kratts  "Bad Hair Day"  Chris and Martin try to help a lion named "He who breathes fire" get past obstacles and back to his pride, who are under siege from two intruder lions. D

2:00 pm 
Science Trek  "Mars"  Mars is more like Earth than any other planet in the solar system. Known as the Red Planet, Mars has fascinated humans with its red soil, ancient rivers and hints of ancient life. Joan Cartan-Hansen and her guest scientists from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Todd Barber, Lead Propulsion Engineer, and Matthew Heverly, Mobility Systems Engineer, answer students' questions about Mars.G

2:30 pm 
Piano Guy   Host Scott Houston and guests show viewers how to play the popular TV & movie theme songs from "Sesame Street," "Cheers" and "Mission: Impossible." Featured guests include Nat Kerr, Dave Powers, Bradley Sowash and Matt Munhall. D

3:00 pm 
Hanford An Oregon Experience   This show looks at the history of the 670-square-mile Hanford Nuclear Reservation. In 1943 a city seemingly sprang up overnight in the south central Washington desert as 45,000 workers came from all over the United States to build the world's first large-scale nuclear reactor as part of the top-secret Manhattan Project.G

4:00 pm 
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5:00 pm 
National Parks: America's Best Idea  "Great Nature (1933-1945)"  Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) members during the Great Depression work on major renovation projects in the parks. NPS biologist George Melendez Wright pushes to reform wildlife policies. Congress narrowly approves Everglades National Park. During World War II, Roosevelt is pressured to open the parks to mining, grazing and lumbering. The president also is subjected to a storm of criticism for expanding Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming by accepting a gift of land from John D. Rockefeller Jr. Part 5 of 6G

7:00 pm 
National Parks: America's Best Idea  "The Morning of Creation (1946-1980)"  Visitation to the parks reaches 62 million people annually in the years following World War II. A $1 billion campaign builds facilities and infrastructure to accommodate the visitors. Biologist Alfred Murie introduces the notion that predatory animals deserve the same protection as other wildlife in the parks. Unspoiled islands in Biscayne Bay become a national monument. President Jimmy Carter sets aside 56 million acres in Alaska. Wolves are re-established in Yellowstone. Part 6 of 6G

9:00 pm 
National Parks: America's Best Idea  "Great Nature (1933-1945)"  Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) members during the Great Depression work on major renovation projects in the parks. NPS biologist George Melendez Wright pushes to reform wildlife policies. Congress narrowly approves Everglades National Park. During World War II, Roosevelt is pressured to open the parks to mining, grazing and lumbering. The president also is subjected to a storm of criticism for expanding Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming by accepting a gift of land from John D. Rockefeller Jr. Part 5 of 6G

11:00 pm 
National Parks: America's Best Idea  "The Morning of Creation (1946-1980)"  Visitation to the parks reaches 62 million people annually in the years following World War II. A $1 billion campaign builds facilities and infrastructure to accommodate the visitors. Biologist Alfred Murie introduces the notion that predatory animals deserve the same protection as other wildlife in the parks. Unspoiled islands in Biscayne Bay become a national monument. President Jimmy Carter sets aside 56 million acres in Alaska. Wolves are re-established in Yellowstone. Part 6 of 6G

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