Animals will be featured in the upcoming program "Wildlife Adventures: Animals in Winter", which will be held Wednesday, November 28, at 4 p.m.
"The program focuses on how animals survive when the seasons change," branch manager Matt Lowder said. It is for children ages five -11 and their families.
Val Garcia of Wildlife Adventures will give the presentation. Wildlife Adventures promises "an authentic, professionally crafted program" designed to "engage with the community to foster respect, education, conservation, and joy for the greater world around us."
In addition to libraries, Wildlife Adventures speaks to camps and schools. The group visits North East at least once a year.
"We have used them before with great success," Lowder said. "They are wonderful every time they come."
The library is located at 106 W. Cecil Avenue. For reservations or more information, call 410-996-6269.
"The library offers a broad spectrum of interesting subjects throughout the year," Lowder said. "This is another version of that."