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Potter Park Zoo Presents: Fur & Feathers at Grand Ledge Area District Library

17 June, 2022 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT

Potter Park Zoo

As part of the “Ocean of Possibilities” summer theme at public libraries across the USA, you’re invited to join your local library in a variety of activities – from movies, games, music, books, or just hanging out with friends (online opportunities available as well!). Check out your local library to learn more – and here’s an event you won’t want to miss:

An Ocean of animals live in the water! Join us while we celebrate all things water this summer during our Oceans of Possibilities Summer Reading Program!

Why do some water animals have fur while others have feathers or scales? What’s that slimy stuff on frogs? Learn basic differences between birds, reptiles, fish, mammals, and amphibians and their different kinds of surface adaptations. Sorry, no live animals at this event.

For more Zoo fun, check out a family Zoo Pass from the Grand Ledge Area District Library and visit Potter Park Zoo FREE!


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Grand Ledge Area District Library
201 E Jefferson St
Grand Ledge, MI 48837 United States
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jean fellows
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District Library Programming Coordinator
United States
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Taking place in person, Open to the public, Youth-oriented (25 years or younger)
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131 E. Jefferson St., Grand Ledge, MI 48837
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Grand Ledge Area District Library
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Potter Park Zoo