library nature program

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Two nature-themed programs aimed at kids have been added to the online repertoire of virtual programming sponsored by the Haywood County library.

The library has been putting out all sorts of virtual programs since the pandemic suspended in-person talks and workshops, from gardening how-to’s and craft projects to virtual bookclubs and children’s storytimes.

Among the line-up is a monthly installment of a nature-themed program for kids. Here’s the two latest additions:

Orville the Corn Snake: A naturalist from Balsam Mountain Trust talks about snakes and reptiles, aided by special guest “Orville the Corn Snake.”

Luna the Barn Owl: Learn about what makes owls adept hunters and meet “Luna the Barn Owl” with a naturalist from the Balsam Mountain Trust.

Both programs are hosted from the nature education center onsite at Balsam Mountain Preserve.

You can check out this latest installments, plus all virtual library programs to date, at Go to the “services” tab and select “virtual programming” for a list. For more information, contact or 828.356.2561.

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