Looking for a craft to keep you busy? No prob-llama! Stop by The Flint to take one of our Woven Llama craft kits! Tweens & teens are welcome to enjoy making their own woven llama craft with our take and make kits available via lobby pick-up beginning Tuesday, June 15 while supplies last.
As late spring transitions to early summer, one thing is for sure: it's turtle time! Join us to explore our wetlands in search of these fascinating reptiles. We'll visit areas where turtles like to nest and bask in the sun, look at and touch real turtle shells, and, with a little luck, get an up-close look at a painted turtle. We'll conclude with a trip to the Rockery to see if we can summon our resident snapping turtle, Godzilla.
What do turtles eat? Where do turtles live? Do turtles have teeth? Answer these questions and more at our exciting program with Mary of Project Nature! Mary will share stories, songs, and fun facts about these beautiful creatures. You may even have the chance to meet a turtle or two. Registration: Registration is required for this program and space is limited. Call or visit the Children’s Room to sign up. Registration opens on Monday, December 30.
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