By Fran Smith, Librarian Webster County Library
The Webster County Public Library will host its second session of Summer Reading at 1:30 p.m. June 12. Next week’s feature will be “Nature’s Nightlife.” The “Nature’s Nightlife” program provides a fun, but educational, interactive and safe learning experience that features five nocturnal animals from all over the world.
Learn how animals see, hear and maneuver in the dark mastering their role as the hunter or the hunted. Participants will be asked to interact with the animals through questions and answers, audience participation and “hands-on” volunteering. All are guaranteed an up- close and personal experience. For more information on the group coming to the library, visit its website: www.animaledzoocation.com.