PITTSBURGH – It’s sweater weather, Pittsburgh! Join us to celebrate WQED Cardigan Day on Monday, November 13! Each fall, WQED asks neighbors to support and spread kindness by donning their cardigans and posting on social media using the hashtag #CardiganDay. Whether you’re at home, in the office, at school or anywhere else–let’s get sweater-ready for November 13 with #CardiganDay! Learn more at wqed.org/cardigan.
Here’s how to participate:
- Wear your favorite cardigan.
- Encourage others (including children and pets) to do the same!
- Snap a picture or video and share it on social media using #CardiganDay and be sure to tag WQED so we can share it on our social media! You can find WQED on Facebook, X (Formerly Twitter), Instagram, LinkedIn and TikTok.
WQED also encourages individuals, educators, businesses and other organizations to participate by downloading the digital WQED Cardigan Day Kit containing graphics, resources and more.
WQED Cardigan Day 2023 is sponsored by GBU Life, with additional support from The Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, Thiel College, Wilson Workforce Solutions, Agora Cyber Charter School and The Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh.
WQED Multimedia starts conversations and creates experiences that educate, entertain and inspire our neighbors in Pittsburgh and across southwest Pennsylvania. Founded in 1954 as an experiment in educational community-supported television, WQED was a forerunner to PBS.
Our content creators produce impactful stories that delve into the rich mosaic of our region’s past, present, and future. We cover a wide range of topics, from arts and culture to pressing societal issues that impact our lives. We profile remarkable individuals and organizations who work to strengthen our communities. Our Learning Neighborhoods support children, in partnership with area schools and libraries, and extend to high school students exploring media careers through the WQED Film Academy. Known as “The Voice of the Arts,” WQED-FM provides a vital platform that amplifies our vibrant and diverse cultural assets, including the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
WQED Multimedia operates WQED-TV (PBS); WQED World; WQED Create; WQED Showcase; WQED PBS KIDS Channel; Classical WQED-FM 89.3/Pittsburgh; Classical WQEJ-FM 89.7/Johnstown; the Pittsburgh Concert Channel; plus various streams, apps, and interactive experiences.