It’s OPB TV’s 50th anniversary and we’re opening the doors of OPB Headquarters to celebrate with you!

Bring your camera and take a picture with Clifford the Big Red Dog. Meet your favorite OPB personalities. Climb aboard and take a free ride on the historic Willamette Shore Trolley. The trolley will depart every 30 minutes. Get a behind-the-scenes look at OPB by taking a tour of our studios. Spin the prize wheel! Tap your toes and watch the Oregon Art Beat crew in action as they tape live musical performances, including Molly Adkins, a 13-year-old bluegrass fiddle player and singer/songwriter with an engaging performance style and a lot of talent.

About OPB
OPB is the state’s most far-reaching and accessible media resource, providing free access to programming for children and adults designed to give voice to community, connect Oregon and its neighbors and illuminate a wider world. Every week, over 1.5 million people tune in to or log on to OPB’s Television, Radio and Internet delivered services. As the hub of operations for the state’s Emergency Broadcast and Amber Alert services, OPB serves as the backbone for the distribution of critical information to broadcasters and homes throughout Oregon. OPB is one of the largest producers and presenters of national television programming through PBS, and is also a member station of NPR, Public Radio International (PRI), and American Public Media (APM). The OPB Web site is