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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 7, 2000
ANIMAL FRIENDS PRESENTS OUR WILD NEIGHBORS AT THE
CHILDREN’S SCIENCE CENTER
Animal Friends will present Our Wild Neighbors, an interactive program for 5- 10 year old children, at the Children’s Science Center on Saturday, April 7 from 1: 00 – 2: 00 pm. The program will cover the small wildlife that we confront everyday outside our home, the park, or in the forest. The theme of the class is to show how our actions impact this wildlife, and how we may make simple changes to turn the negative impact around.
The program will cover identification of common wildlife that we may see in the Black Hills region; impact we make in the lives of the wildlife through role playing; simple solutions that children can do to help the wildlife; and introduce projects children can start to help wildlife.
The Children’s Science Center is located at 515 West Boulevard. Admission is $ 3/ person or $ 2/ person when group reservations are made in advance. For more information about Our Wild Neighbors, or upcoming events at the Children’s Science Center, call 605.394.6996.
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