Monday, June 27th, 2016

PART OF AN EXTENSIVE SUMMER OF PROGRAMS FOR ALL YOUNG COUNTY RESIDENTS 

PrintThe Morris County Library has reading, movies, music and crafts and games for kids this summer. But are you ready for reptiles, too!

The county library, located at 30 East Hanover Avenue in Whippany, presents Rizzo’s Reptiles, tomorrow, June 28, from 3-4 p.m. at the library.

Rizzo’s Reptile Discovery’s team of animal experts bring laughter and learning through its renowned reptile program. Their goal is to show “the magic and excitement that reptiles have to offer.’’

Along with gaining a fun and educational look into the world of reptiles, the young learners will be inspired to think “green,” prevent litter, and help conserve our natural world.

reptilesSo, whether you are passionate about reptiles or just curious, or maybe just want something different for the kids to do on an early summer day, and for free, bring the kids to the Morris County Library this Tuesday afternoon.

 

The Rizzo’s Reptiles program is sponsored by the Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority, which oversees the county’s many recycling efforts, Clean Communities Program, and other efforts that promote a cleaner environment.

For more information on the great variety of programs offered for children this summer at the Morris County Library, visit: http://mclib.info/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Childrens-Department-2016-Summer-Progams-1.pdf