Special Events

September 10th, 6:30 – 7:30

So Much to Learn author Sammy Leigh

Cassidy Stocker, voice of Moxie in “Learning 9/11”

In this fun event, you’ll get to hear Sammy Leigh and Cassidy Stocker read the book all about the Global Game Changers adventures with COVID, So Much to Learn. You’ll also get a chance to ask these special guests some questions, and learn how to make a mask of your own.

We hope you’ll join us! We’ll be broadcasting via Zoom, Facebook Live, and YouTube!

September 11th, 10:00 – 11:00

9/11 Stair Climb

Moment of Silence

Grab your exercise clothes and shoes to join us for this virtual stairclimb to honor the firefighters of 9/11, and all of those who went into the Twin Towers to save people. Don’t worry: no actual stairs required. Just come ready to pick up your knees and get moving, joining in a long-standing tradition. We’ll also feature a moment of silence at 10:28, when the second Tower fell.

We hope you’ll join us! We’ll be broadcasting via Zoom, Facebook Live, and YouTube!

September 11th, 12:30 – 1:30

Never Forget 9/11: Love Always Wins

Author Sammy Leigh

Illustrator Scott Soeder

In this fun event, you’ll get to hear Sammy Leigh read about Pia’s adventure to the National 9/11 Memorial & Museum in New York City. You’ll also get a chance to ask these special guests some questions, and participate in our National Service Project: A Salute to 9/11 Commemorative Book. Once you share your drawing with us, it will be included in a book we’re publishing for the 20th anniversary next year!

We hope you’ll join us! We’ll be broadcasting via Zoom, Facebook Live, and YouTube!

Calling Louisville, KY, locals for a fun event Friday, September 11th, 5:00 – 9:00 PM

9/11 Event with Ehrler’s Ice Cream

St. Matthews Pavilion, 4121 Shelbyville Road

Get out of the house and enjoy some COVID-safe family fun. Former St. Matthews staple, Ehrler’s Ice Cream is bringing their truck to St. Matthews Pavilion to help us celebrate the 19th anniversary of the September 11th attacks. Grab some ice cream, and enjoy kid-friendly activities of mask-making and sharing how you will remember and honor 9/11 and its heroes. Make sure to bring your own masks so that everyone stays safe.