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Nothing lights up the imagination and adventurous nature of children like nature itself!
Join others at the Atoka County Library for Extreme Animals! The program will be held at the Atoka County Library Tuesday, November 24, 2020, at 11:00 A.M.
Animal Ambassadors from Extreme Animals will provide guests with an experience like no other!
This educational program will explore the animals, their environments, and their important roles in their respective ecosystems. Interesting facts and demonstrations will help guests discover more about animals and the attributes that make them unique.
“We are excited to bring Extreme Animals to the library,” said JoAnn Mixon, Branch Manager. “This is a great educational program for kids of all ages to attend.”
Participants must call and register to attend, space is limited. Guests who wish to attend must wear a mask.
This program is free and open to the public and participants must have a valid library card to access the database.
Space is limited so reservations are encouraged. This program is made possible by the Carolyn Watson Rural Oklahoma Community Foundation Grant.
This program is free and open to the public. For more information, call the Atoka County Library at (580) 889-3555, or visit us at 279 East A Street.