Blueberry is back at camp for another summer of fun! This year, Blueberry and her friends will learn about art, science, history, and the power of empathy. Season two features Blueberry’s friends Max and Camp Counselor Carol and introduces a whole new cast of characters to camp. You’ll meet Blueberry’s Parents, Huckleberry and Juneberry and even meet Max’s little bother, Miles.
You have a chance to join in on the fun too! Film yourself flying a kite and share it with us for a chance to be featured in the “Blueberry’s Clubhouse: Season 2” finale! Listen to Camp Counselor Carol to learn how you can take part in the Camp Onomatopoeia Kite Festival, and get even more details on the AR PBS Engage Blog here: http://myarpbs.org/BBCHKiteFestivalSubmissions
"Blueberry’s Clubhouse," an Arkansas PBS original series produced in partnership with the Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts. Kids can join Blueberry, a fun-loving puppet guide to engaging and insightful activities for students out of school for the summer months, on adventures across The Natural State. Blueberry is the ultimate “happy camper.” Her special clubhouse comes complete with a magical phone she uses to call all of her friends and a powerful periscope which transports her to incredible places all over The Natural State! Blueberry is determined to make the best of any situation. She knows that with imagination and friendship there is no problem too big to be solved!
Get to know Blueberry, a fun-loving puppet guide to engaging and insightful activities for students out of school for the summer months, on adventures across The Natural State. A digital series will accompany the broadcast program.
Learn more about how Blueberry's Clubhouse helped impact Arkansans in this Blueberry's Clubhouse Impact Report
Check out a new episode each week!
Blueberry, assisted by Camp Counselor Carol and special guests, will introduce various topics to help young viewers learn and play each day.
Special thanks to our partners and guests!
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