Library Offers Wildlife Encounters As Part of Summer Program

Library Offers Wildlife Encounters As Part of Summer Program
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FREMONT – If you’ve got a budding naturalist or animal lover in your home, you’ll want to bring the kids to one of four Wildlife Encounter sessions next Monday.

The Keene Memorial Library, through its Children’s Summer Program, will host the Wildlife Encounters group at the Fremont City Auditorium on Monday, June 25th at 10AM, 11:30AM, 1:30PM and 3PM.

Wildlife Encounter’s award winning educational programs have been seen and heard by over a million children across the country.  “Connecting students with wildlife conservation and environmental education fosters compassion for all animals and responsible use of our natural resources resulting in responsible citizens of our planet,” says the group. Attendees can expect to see 6-7 animal ambassadors during the for a 40-45 minute interactive educational program.  The program will discuss animal adaptations, history, geography, and share interesting facts about each animal while encouraging kids and adults to pick up a book and read about each of these amazing animals.

This event is free of charge, but registration is requested in order for the library to anticipate seating needs. Please visit, scroll down to June 25th and click on the show you wish to attend.