Do you love Big Bird, Elmo, and Grover?  Of course you do!  Then help them stay on the air here in El Paso by supporting KCOS-TV, the PBS station in El Paso.

KCOS-TV has been around for 35 years of educational programming, and they are marking that milestone tonight with a benefit dinner at The Network in downtown El Paso at 317 E. Mills.  From  6 p.m. to 9 p.m., you can order from a PBS-inspired menu featuring appetizers, entrees and drinks, and a portion of each order will benefit the station.

Sesame Street and Downton Abbey are just a couple of the wonderful shows you can watch on KCOS, and if you want to continue having them come into your home, then help the lovely folks at KCOS out by spending some time tonight eating and having fun at The Network tonight!  It's also a great opportunity to check out a really great downtown space at the The Network.

During tonight's benefit at The Network, KCOS will show a sneak peak of 'Latino Americans', the first major documentary series for TV to chronicle the rich and varied history of Latinos in the United States.  It is set to be released during Hispanic Heritage Month in September, but you can check it out tonight.
Help keep KCOS running in El Paso by joining them at The Network tonight!