This EXCITING program includes a mini zoo set up on a table with 10 to 14 smaller animals ( bugs, frogs, snakes, lizards, etc.) to look at. Plus there will be a fun and informative presentation by our herpetologist in uniform with 4 larger animals, a large red or yellow foot tortoise (from South America), a large monitor or tegu lizard ( from Africa or South America), a 9 to 10 ft. boa or python( South America or Myanmar/Burma) and of course the American alligator. Everyone will have the opportunity to handle both the snake and the alligator after the program. There are opportunities for volunteers to come up and assist throughout the presentation. Not only will the children and adults have a great learning experience, they will have awesome FUN too.
This free program requires tickets as seating is limited. Tickets will be available starting on Wednesday, July 11, 2018 and have to be picked in person - they cannot be reserved over the phone. You must arrive by the shows start time of 1 p.m. or you forfeit your tickets. Any questions you may contact the library at 508.946.2470 or at email@example.com.
This event is supported through the generosity of Mutual Bank.