|THE NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHIVE - All Things Mister Rogers|
Mister Rogers has been thinking about "things that go around" and arrives with a paper cup, a candle, and a plastic lid. Taking them to the kitchen, he rolls each item on the table which reminds him of the Museum-Go-Round.
In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, is watching Lady Elaine Fairchilde from the top of his clock and observes that she has many "animals" at the Museum-Go-Round. Daniel seems to feel badly after accidentally scratching Handyman Negri and hesitates to go with him for a closer look.
At the Museum-Go-Round, Lady Elaine reveals that she is using the animal cut-outs to turn her Museum into a merry-go-round. With several animals in place, Handyman Negri helps her add a royal carriage for King Friday XIII. When the king is invited to the Museum-Go-Round, he is pleased to be seated in his carriage and take a ride on Lady Elaine's merry-go-round.
Back at the house, Mister Rogers shares an animated film about a merry-go-round with animals that come to life.
Visiting Elsie Neal's Craft Shop, Mister Rogers watches as she creates a mobile out of weeds. Ms. Neal also shares some pottery that she has made from clay and demonstrates her potter's wheel. Mister Rogers helps as she pieces together the parts of a new pot.
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