Date(s) - Thursday, May 26, 2016
2:30 pm - 3:15 pm
Williamson County Public Library
Climbing! Jumping! SOARING! You and your family are invited to come learn about how even animals have to stay fit and healthy.
This program focuses primarily on mammals and avian wildlife exhibits and address their unique anatomy that allows them to move throughout their environment. Presented by a high school biology teacher, Shawna Adams, this scientifically-driven program will show audiences the importance of why all animals exercise and stretch their muscles and how to stay strong.
The Natural History Educational Company of the Midsouth provides entertaining and educational wildlife programming for hundreds of schools and organizations throughout the Southeast. Owned and managed by wildlife biologist,… Bob Tarter, we proudly feature a new wildlife program each year to meet our goal of providing unique experiences to our many annual observers, in addition to maintaining the ability to offer several other of our popular past programs.
This program is provided as part of our children’s summer reading program, On Your Mark, Get Set … READ. The summer reading program encourages reading to children and by children during June and July to maintain their learning progress when area schools are out. Register your child for free by visiting https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/QVT5YF6 then stop by the Children’s Department for a reading log to win prizes! Children from ages 0-12 can particpate and there are additional summer reading programs for teens and adults. Your whole family can read and participate and win fun prizes.
The WCPL 2016 summer reading program is made possible due to the support of our Williamson County Public Library Foundation.
All library programs are free and open to the public. Learn more about this event or other library program and services by calling the library at 615-595-1244 x1 or visit the library’s web site at http://wcpltn.org/
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