LINCOLNVILLE — Lincolnville Community Library will offer Bones, Baleen, and Whale Ecology, “the most popular program at College of the Atlantic,” according to the Library, in a news release, on March 8 at 6 p.m.
“Designed for people of all ages, this hands-on program is sure to engage participants as they assemble the skeleton of a 17-foot minke whale and learn about the behavior and anatomy of whales while looking at baleen, krill and other marine mammal artifacts,” said LCL.
College of the Atlantic’s program is offered free as a gift from Dorr Museum of Natural History and College of the Atlantic in memory of Ginny Yarnell, dedicate board member, volunteer, and dear friend of the library.
Space is limited. Please call 207-706-3896 to let the library know how many participants will be attending and a phone number which the library can call to confirm.
Lincolnville Community Library, located at 208 Main Street in Lincolnville.
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