Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

. May 31, 2019.
Ann Arbor Summer Festival

The Ann Arbor Summer Festival is presenting Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, a documentary that celebrates the life of minister, puppeteer, and education advocate Fred Rogers. Highlighting his career from the very beginnings of Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood to his tireless campaign to provide free educational programming with psychological and emotional support for children, Won’t You Be My Neighbor? will pull at your heartstrings, especially if you were one of many whose lives he touched during childhood and beyond.

10pm-midnight | Tuesday, June 18
Ann Arbor Summer Festival: Top of the Park
915 E. Washington St.
734-994-5999 | a2sf.org
Free

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