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Come See the AETN Character Tree through Jan. 1

Posted on 20 Dec 2012

AETN Character Tree 2012 

Have you and your favorite AETN Kids fans been by to take your picture with the AETN Character Tree, yet? If not, there's still time to come visit all of your characters - from the "Sesame Street" crew to Barney, Clifford the Big Red Dog and more!

Set up in the atrium of AETN Headquarters (350 S. Donaghey, Conway), the AETN Character Tree features plushies great and small of all PBS denominations! We welcome fans big and small to come visit for the holidays. In addition to the fabulous tree itself, the atrium display also features a concentrated exhibit of AETN and PBS offerings and history and a kids' play area.

The AETN Character Tree 2012 will be on display through Jan. 1. 

Both the Character Tree display and AETN Headquarters are open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The station will be closed on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

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