WHYY events connect you to the best that public media and the region have to offer, including meet-and-greet opportunities with your favorite personalities like Ira Glass, Terry Gross and yes, Daniel Tiger; film screenings; policy forums; tastings; trolley tours; and much, much more. Not a WHYY member? Join today!
WHYY partners with different community groups to host screenings of documentary films from the Indie Lens Pop-Up series. The second film in our series is The Bad Kids.
WHYY invites you to an evening of elegance and music. Guests will enjoy a performance by today’s finest, young classical musicians, a sparkly conversation with "On Stage at Curtis" Producer Lillian Paulmier and a sumptuous three-course meal.
Join us at WHYY for a preview of Dr. Henry Louis Gates' new documentary series, Africa’s Great Civilizations and a celebration of African Culture and Heritage, including the present day connections to our region.
At Thomas & Friends™: Explore the Rails, WHYY members are invited to investigate and interact with the familiar faces and sights from the popular series. Families will sort freight and baggage on to train cars, sell tickets, and even help fix the trains.
How can the Trump Administration change water rules already in place, and what will happen to Obama Administration proposals? Join us for a discussion on these questions and more.
WHYY partners with different community groups to host screenings of documentary films from the Indie Lens Pop-Up series. The third film in our series is The Best and Most Beautiful Things.
Calling all public radio enthusiasts! Don’t miss this rare opportunity to enjoy unprecedented access to NPR Studios in Washington, D.C.!
The Moth is coming to Philadelphia! Join WHYY for a night of storytelling.
Our friendly therapod, Buddy from Dinosaur Train, is visiting his friends in New Jersey! Grab a selfie with Buddy and explore Diggerland’s attractions with other WHYY friends.
WHYY partners with different community groups to host screenings of documentary films from the Indie Lens Pop-Up series. The fourth film in our series is Real Boy.