Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 June 2012 14:33
Jennifer Lance is dreaming big. She has a vision for bringing awareness and education about the animals around us, and she’s making that vision come true with programs all over the state of Oklahoma.
The founder and director of “Critter Tales” will bring some of her animal friends into the Pioneer Library System’s Summer Reading Program this July. The program comes to the Noble Public Library at 10 a.m. Monday, July 2.
Critter Tales brings not just the tales of the animals and what makes them special, but also hands-on artifacts such as owl wings or talons that audience members can handle.
“People are having fun but learning something important at the same time,” Lance says.
Read more about Critter Tales here .
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