The children’s room of the Marguerite deAngeli Branch of the Lapeer District Library (921 W. Nepessing St, Lapeer) will be holding a session of its continuing program of science exploration on Saturday, November 22, 2014. Wildlife Safari from Canton, Michigan will present a program in which children will be allowed to see and touch creatures both great and small from all over the world. This particular program is most appropriate for children in first grade and above, with parents being encouraged to attend and experience science with their children. Two identical fifty-minute sessions are planned, one at 1 p.m. and one at 2 p.m. Registration is required and can be made in person at the library or by calling the children’s department at (810) 664-6971. Space is limited!
This program is funded by the Friends of the Marguerite deAngeli Library. The staff and board of the Lapeer District Library are pleased to be able to offer this level of scientific exploration to the children of Lapeer County.
The Lapeer District Library and the Family Literacy Center are partners for literacy. The Lapeer District Library serves 60,006 residents throughout Lapeer County