The Nature Museum will once again offer a series of incredible nature programs in the library backyard this summer. On seven consecutive Wednesdays from 12:30 p.m. to 1:15 p.m, starting June 22nd, an environmental educator from The Nature Museum will introduce children of all ages to the wonders of the natural world through demonstrations, games, and crafts. This year there will be programs on beavers, bats, black bears, owls, pollinators, animal migration, and of course- building fairy houses! Geared toward ages pre-k through elementary grades, all ages are welcome. Programs will be 45 minutes long with dedicated time for a story reading and any nature-related questions you may have for the expert educators. No registration is necessary. Programs will be outdoors with lots of space for everyone, and inside during inclement weather. Join us to unplug, discover, and learn!
You can find out more about the Summer Reading Program and everything that is happening at Whiting Library on our website, www.whitinglibrary.org, or give us a call at 875-2277. Stop on by during our open hours, we have air conditioning and lots of comfy places to read, chat, and play!