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Funding for WKSU is made possible in part through support from the following businesses and organizations.

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Member Benefits

Your WKSU membership can pay for itself when you take advantage of 2-for-1 ticket discounts from cultural organizations that participate in WKSU's Member Benefits program!

Contribute $60 or more annually to WKSU and receive your WKSU Membership card ($30-plus annually for students and individuals aged 65 or greater). WKSU members have access to 2-for-1 ticket discounts and other benefits from cultural organizations throughout Northeast Ohio.

Plus...WKSU members and non-members alike can register for E-Notes, WKSU's online newsletter. E-Notes includes regular updates on free movie screenings for WKSU members, along with information about station-sponsored events, public radio programs and much more.

Cinemas

Museums

Music

Theater and Dance

Natural World

Additional Benefits

WKSU Member Benefits are subject to change without notice. Unless noted otherwise, discounts and benefits may not be combined with other offers provided by participating organizations. For the most complete event details, telephone, e-mail, or check participating organization web sites. Gifts to WKSU are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.

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