Program Date: April 21, 2021

Time: 3:30-4:15

 

This program takes place during School Vacation Week

 

The Life Cycle of Frogs Presented by the Audubon Society of RI

 

Frogs are fascinating! Leap into our online discussion with the Audubon Society of RI. Explore the adaptations and life cycle of these amazing amphibians. Learn more about the habitats where frogs and other amphibians live and how they are impacted by human activities. Meet a live frog up close to your monitor. Questions and observations are encouraged at the end of the program. 

 

This program is suitable for Kindergarten and up. 

 

To register please call 401-767-4122 or even better email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

in the subject line please type "frogs" as we have lots of programs going on during this time we want to make sure we sign you up for the right program. Include your full name as adult, a contact number, the child's first name and age. We will send you the zoom code to join us online. 

 

The library is open Monday Wednesday Thursday 9-7 and Tuesday and Friday 9-5. If you have any questions about our services at this time please call 401-769-9044 

 

Chris Wallace Goldstein

Children's Librarian 

Woonsocket Harris Public Library

303 Clinton Street

Woonsocket, RI  02895

401-769-9044 x2

 

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