THOMASTON — Thomaston Public Library welcomes Sparks’ Ark to 40 Days of Summer.
On July 23, wildlife experts and rehabilitators Sparks’ Ark will be bringing a variety of animals to show and educate the kids, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m., at the summer activities-and-lunch program.
Though the variety of animals in their care frequently changes, in the past they have brought a fennec fox, boa constrictor, owl, chinchilla, hedgehog, and more.
Because this is such a special event that the library, the program will be open to the public, and as with all 40 Days of Summer events, there is no charge to attend.
Please note that any children under the age of 6 or not previously registered for 40 Days of Summer must be accompanied by an adult.
Contact the library at 354-2453 for more information.