Animal Experiences–Wednesday, July 3rd at 6pm

Join us as we welcome Dave Marchetti and his Animal Experiences program! Animal Experiences is an hour long program of learning and hands-on fun with reptiles and some small mammals. Meet Dora and Diego the turtles, Indigo the lizard, Pixie Stick the snake, as well as, fifteen of their good friends.

You won’t just pet these guys, you’ll learn about them and have an opportunity to hold the animals. Come meet them up close and personal!

Wednesday, July 3rd at 6pm.

An all ages event, no registration required.

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2019 Summer @ the Library sign up begins!

Welcome to A Universe of Stories, this year’s theme for the summer reading program! Sign up begins Monday, June 17th and will be open through Friday, August 9th. Pick up a timed reading chart to record your summer reading (or books being read to you!) and earn prizes along the way.

We will also have great programs throughout the summer with fabulous entertainers and fun educational activities. Participants and their families will be welcome in August to join us for a pizza party to celebrate the kids’ reading accomplishments. Best for ages 3 & up.

Let’s blast off to reading!

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Movie: A Plastic Ocean Saturday, June 15 @ 11:00 AM

“We live in a world of plastic. Shopping bags, drink bottles, your toothbrush and even your clothes are among the everyday items made from plastic. But plastic isn’t fantastic, and neither is the current state of our environment.

Humans have been mass-producing plastic since the 1950s. We produce hundreds of millions of tons of plastic every year and production is only increasing. Unfortunately, most of it is used only once and then thrown away.

Only a small proportion of plastic is recycled. The majority ends up in landfill or, in the worst case scenario, our oceans.

A Plastic Ocean is a documentary film directed by the Australian journalist Craig Leeson. It dives into and investigates the devastating impacts that plastic has caused to our environment, especially our marine life.

What starts off as an adventure to film the blue whale, the largest animal on the planet, leads to the shocking discovery of a thick layer of plastic debris floating in the middle of the Indian Ocean. Craig, alongside Tanya Streeter, a world record-breaking free diver and environmental activist, then travel across the globe to report on the havoc caused by decades of plastic use.

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