The Buckham Memorial Library will be hosting the Animal Ambassadors program on Friday, July 1, presented by the River Bend Nature Center.

There will be two sessions, both in the Great Hall at Buckham Memorial Library. The first is at 10:30AM and the second at 1:30PM. Participants will have a chance to see reptiles and amphibians up close during this educational and fun program. There will be a variety of critters present including several snakes, lizards, turtles and frogs. This program is fun for people of all ages, and there is no cost to participate. The afternoon showing with be ASL interpreted.

While you are there, you are invited to learn more about the summer reading program and other programs for children and young adults. Call Deni, Buckham Memorial Library’s children’s librarian, at (507) 334-2089 for more information. If you live in Rice County and would like a library card, stop by Buckham Memorial Library and one will be given to you free of charge. Make sure you bring your ID and proof of current address, and if you are 15 or younger, bring a parent or legal guardian with you. For more information on Buckham Memorial Library in Faribault, visit the library’s page on the City of Faribault’s website.

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