Join us for a special gathering of Molly of Denali fans on Saturday Feb. 4 • 10am-Noon at PBS Fort Wayne!

We’ll hear from the Creator/Producer of Molly of Denali and enjoy an episode featuring Molly and Indigenous Alaskans’ Civil Rights!

This event is free to the public, but space is limited.

To reserve your spot, click the button below.

About Molly Of Denali

Molly of Denali is a Peabody Award-winning and Emmy nominated animated PBS KIDS series, with accompanying podcast and games, that follow the adventures of curious and resourceful 10-year-old Molly Mabray, an Alaska Native girl who lives in the fictional village of Qyah, Alaska. Molly helps her Mom and Dad run the Denali Trading Post – a general store, bunkhouse, and transport hub – where she assists tourists, trekkers and scientists, and sometimes rides along in Mom’s bush plane or makes deliveries via dog-sled.

Molly of Denali is the first nationally distributed children’s series to feature a Native American and Alaska Native lead character. Over 60 Indigenous writers, advisors, producers, voice-over actors and musicians are involved across the productions, which are designed to help kids ages 4-8 develop informational text skills through video content, interactive games, and real-world activities.

Molly of Denali can be seen weekdays at 7am on PBS Fort Wayne’s main channel and at on our PBS Kids channel (39.2) at 2:30pm, 6:30pm and 10:30pm, as well as streaming through the PBS Kids app.