Wayne County Public Library, Honesdale
Saturday, January 10th, 1 – 2:30 PM
Have you ever wondered how a duck can swim in icy water, or how a deer can survive curled up in the snow? This program may help us to understand these mysteries.
A free program for children about where our animal neighbors go in the winter, will be held on Saturday, January 10th from 1:00 to 2:30 PM at the Wayne County Public Library in Honesdale. Learn about hibernation, migration, and other ways creatures cope with the cold months of winter.
Activities will include coloring a bookmark and making pinecone treats for the winter birds.
Black Bear, Black Bear, Where Do You Sleep? will be presented by Northeast Pennsylvania Audubon member and artist, Katharine Dodge. Kathy will have copies of her book “Sweet Dreams of the Wild” available for a donation to Audubon.
All are welcome. Children under eight should be accompanied by an adult. To register, please contact the library at (570) 253-1220.