To help you make the most out of 2019 we came up with this list of 10 great New Year’s resolutions!

1) Schedule some “me time” for a relaxing Sunday evening with “Victoria”

Take a break on Sunday nights with a glass of wine, or whatever your guilty pleasure happens to be, and watch the all new season 3 of Victoria.

The series returns for Season 3 at 9:00 on January 13th, 2019!

2) Spend time with the kids!

Check out our newest PBS Kids show “Let’s Go Luna!” Then come to a special, free PBS Kids event at the station with arts and crafts and snacks for you and the family to enjoy for free!

Check out the show weekdays at 7:30 am & 4:00 pm and come to the event Saturday, February 2nd at 10:00 am.

3) Get back to your roots!

A brand new season of “Finding Your Roots” is coming! A whole new slew of special guest stars have their ancestry uncovered by host Henry Louis Gates, Jr.  Discover the magic of our ancestry in this wonderful show.

The premiere of Season 5 airs January 8th at 8:00 pm.

4) Learn how to bake and cook!

Since the early days of TV cooking with the great Julia Child, PBS has been an amazing place for REAL cooking instruction. Join us every Saturday for a stew pot full of cooking shows to help you get back in the kitchen. From 12:00-4:00 enjoy cooking shows with Martha Stewart and more! Season 11 of Martha Bakes starts January 12th at 1:00!

5) Get Smarter!

Every Wednesday night tune in for our “Think Wednesday” programming and an evening of brain building brilliant broadcasts with Nature, NOVA and more.

Wednesdays from 8:00 to 11 pm.

6) Get involved in your community!

Keep up to date with what is going on in your community with weekly episodes of Mountain Lake Journal. Join us for our in studio forums about important local issues.  Also, check out our latest digital series about Veterans in our community with Vets Coming Home.

7) Get Cultured!

Friday nights at 9:00 tune in for some amazing music with “Great Performances.” Coming in January check out K.D. Lang, The Cleveland Orchestra Centennial Celebration, “Orphee et Eurydice” from the Lyric Opera of Chicago, “Doubt” form Minnesota Opera and “Marnie” at the Met.

Stay cultured all year long by keeping up with Producer Paul Larson.  Watch for his continuing coverage of the Adirondack Folk Opera in his “Spotlight” segments on Mountain Lake Journal, at 8:00.

8) Keep up on current events!

Tune in weeknights for a big dose of what’s going on in the world, from sources you can truly trust.  PBS Newshour airs weekdays from 7:00 and Amanpour and Company airs at 11:30 pm.

9) Give more!

Without your support, organizations like Mountain Lake PBS couldn’t exist!  Consider supporting the station so we can continue our mission to provide high quality programming for children, families and adults.

10) Try something new!

We are always looking for new places to travel and things to do for you! Check out People Near Here or Northbound and Around for great ideas on new things to try this year!

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