Cardigan Day 2022
Zipper Up, Button Down!
It’s time to get your sweater ready to celebrate WQED’s Cardigan Day on November 2!
1. Wear your favorite cardigan.
2. Encourage others (including your pets) to do the same!
3. Snap a picture and share it on social media using the #CardiganDay hashtag.
As has been the yearly Cardigan Day tradition, WQED asks its “neighbors” to support and spread kindness by donning their cardigans and using social media to post photos using #CardiganDay. Whether you’re at home, in the office, at school or anywhere – let's make the most of the sweater weather on November 2 with #CardiganDay!
WQED also encourages educators, businesses and other organizations to participate by downloading the digital WQED Cardigan Day Kit containing graphics, resources and more. WQED partners will also be given the opportunity to apply for a physical WQED Cardigan Day Kit with fun items to celebrate #CardiganDay!
Cardigan Party 2022
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16 | 6:00 - 9:00PM | WQED's Fred Rogers Studio
It’s the return of the WQED Cardigan Party! WQED welcomes people back to the Fred Rogers Studio for a night that’s “Purely Pittsburgh”.
Tickets for this 21 and over event are $50 each or two for $85.
Each ticket includes all food, two free drinks, and two free raffle tickets.
PLUS: a DIY tote bag, raffles, and special food & treat takeaways!
FRZY, The Polkamaniacs, DJ TJ Harris and emcee by comedian Steve Byrne.
Plus meet and greets with David Newell (Mr. McFeely from Mister Rogers Neighborhood), Rick Sebak (WQED Producer), Minette Seate (WQED Senior Producer), Chris Fennimore (QED Cooks Host), Jim Cunningham, Bryan Sejvar and Anna Singer (Classical QED On-Air Talent).
Primanti Bros., Gosia’s Pierogies, EatUnique and Portogallo Peppers N'AT.
A cookie table with treats from Eat’n Park, EatUnique and Shell’s Sweet Treats; a sundae and banana split bar from 512 Coffee & Cream.
Red Ribbon Soda from Natrona Bottling Co., beer from Mindful Brewery & Hop Farm Brewing, and signature cocktails from Wigle Whiskey. Jenny Lee Swirl Bread and Gosia’s Pierogies will provide takeaways as guest leave the party.
A live painting from CB Perry, DIY tote bags from Revival Print Company and a raffle table with baskets from staple Pittsburgh organizations!
Celebrate everything Pittsburgh and take a walk down memory lane in the very studio where Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood was produced from 1970 to 2001. Cardigans and sneakers are welcome—and encouraged!