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Upcoming WQLN Events
Trailblazers Film Series Presents: Selena
Selena tells the story of the Grammy Award-winning South Texas singer Selena, whose life tragically ended just as she was taking Tejano music into mainstream America.

WQLN in partnership with The Blasco Library present this free film screening open to the public with no registration required. Questions? Call (814) 451-6927 or email library-reference@eriecountypa.gov.
KIDS Club Q-Boo Bash
They’re creepy and they’re kooky, mysterious but not so spooky, they’re all together ooky, that WQLN Family. Our Kid’s Club members will receive a special “treat” this year at the Q-Boo Bash! Think you have the “fright stuff” to collect all the treats on the Q-Boo trail? Come dressed in your costume and ready to explore the spooky WQLN studios on Wednesday, October 25 from 4 until 7pm. We will provide fun Halloween crafts, educational activities, and few spooky surprises!

Registration of member children is appreciated but not required. Not a KIDS Club Member? Sign up today at WQLN.org/KidsClub.

Steamroller Pre-show Member Party
Get ready to roll with WQLN as we bring you a spectacular show like no other—Steamroller! The eight-piece band, led by local artist Sam Hyman, is paying tribute to the best James Taylor melodies. And that’s not all! WQLN members and one guest (or each WQLN member and a guest) are invited to a pre-show cocktail reception.

Once your tickets to Steamroller—The James Taylor Tribute are purchased, register for the exclusive reception by calling (814) 217-6044 or emailing TEmke@wqln.org.

Don't have tickets yet? Buy them at ErieEvents.com. Erie Events is the exclusive seller of Steamroller—The James Taylor Tribute tickets.

Reception is limited to the first 200 guests.
Repairing the World Film Screening
Repairing the World: Stories from the Tree of Life documents Pittsburgh's powerful community response to hate in the aftermath of the deadliest antisemitic attack in U.S. history. Through the voices of survivors, family members, diverse Pittsburgh residents and leaders, the film shows unity in a moment of crisis, the resilience of a vibrant city, and a community working together to understand what it means to be "stronger than hate."

90-Minute Film Screening. Open to the public, no registration required.

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