Iowa PBS to premiere third season of Iowa PBS KIDS Clubhouse under new name

IPTV announced today the upcoming third installment of its popular children’s series, IPTV KIDS Clubhouse. Season 3 is set to premiere this summer under a new name, KIDS Clubhouse Adventures. Dedicated to fun, adventure and learning, the weekly series premieres ten new 30-minute episodes focused on Iowa children on Friday, June 1.

“This will be our third year of encouraging kids to get up and play, make healthy choices, read good books and use their imaginations,” said host Dan Wardell. “These messages continue to be incorporated in all aspects of KIDS Clubhouse Adventures.”

New episodes will premiere weekly Fridays at 7 a.m. and 4 p.m., Saturdays at 7 a.m. and Sundays at 8 a.m. on statewide IPTV. Season 3 will feature kids across Iowa playing, learning and discovering things about tools, weather, plants, theater, metal, inventions, energy, camping, cooking and fairy tales. Each episode will also be available online at Iptv.org/Clubhouse and on YouTube.

“The IPTV KIDS Clubhouse has always featured Iowa children and the adventures they can find in their own backyards,” said executive producer Deb Herbold. “The series’ new name more accurately represents the goals and spirit of the show. We’re confident that Kids Clubhouse Adventures will continue to entertain and educate Iowans of all ages.”

The series name change comes a few months after the launch of the station’s new channel dedicated to children’s programming, IPTV KIDS (.2). KIDS Clubhouse Adventures, along with popular PBS KIDS programs, can be enjoyed via statewide broadcast, on YouTube or at Iptv.org.

KIDS Clubhouse Adventures is a multimedia learning experience for Iowa children ages 3 through 9. Coordinating educational activities and resources are available to parents and children at Iptv.org/Clubhouse.

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Support for KIDS Clubhouse Adventures is provided by Blank Children’s Hospital, Casey’s General Stores and The Coons Foundation.