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Where do I park?
There is free public parking at Julian B. Lane Park (across the street from WEDU), at Beulah Baptist Church (on W Cypress St), at Tampa Preparatory School (on W Cass St), and on the residential streets around the WEDU station. Limited parking for persons with disabilities is available in the City Development Services building’s parking lot, which is connected to WEDU’s lot, and is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Guests can walk from their vehicles to the WEDU PBS campus, or may catch a FREE trolley ride on the trolley circulating these parking lots every 10-15 minutes on Be My Neighbor Day!

Where do I park my stroller?
Stroller parking will be available just inside the WEDU Studios building entrance in the fenced area; just look for the Stroller Parking sign when you walk in!

Where can I go to find a quiet place/if my child has sensory needs?
Inside the WEDU station, near the restrooms and lobby, is the Sensory Friendly Room, with books and comfy seating in case your child needs a break from the fun.

Will there be food or snacks available?
Yes! Food trucks will be at the event with refreshments available for purchase, as well as free water stations around the campus. You are also welcome to bring your own snacks.

Where do I pick up my free backpack to carry all of my Be My Neighbor Day goodies?
You will receive your free backpack at the table near the entrance to the station (by the fenced area with the giant satellite dish).

Where and when do we get to meet Daniel Tiger and Katerina Kittycat?
You will get your chance to meet and greet them in the WEDU PBS KIDS Fun Zone in Studio 1!

What do I do if my child or someone else needs medical attention?
There is a Medical tent near the event main entrance on North Blvd; there are first responders on-site including an ambulance near the Earth Day Village area; and there are First Aid Certified staff members around the campus – just look for the WEDU staff with First Aid armbands!

What do I do if my child gets lost or separated from me?
There is a Welcome/Lost & Found tent at the event main entrance; you can wait there until your child is found and reunited with you.

Where can I find photos of the event after it’s over?
Visit to find our Flickr, full of photos from this and other fun WEDU events.

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