Drumlin Farm is coming to the Southborough Library on Friday to share some wild tales – and to introduce some furry friends – in an event for kids ages three to five.
During the program, which is part of Lincoln nature preserve’s Audubon Ark outreach series, kids will hear a favorite childhood story and then meet an animal from the story. They’ll learn facts about the animal like where it lives and what it eats.
There are two sessions offered on Friday, one from 10:30 to 11:00 am, and another from 11:00 to 11:30 am. The number of participants is limited, so you need to sign up in advance. Children’s Librarian Kim Ivers tells me there are still a few spaces left in each session.
Register by stopping by the Southborough Library Children’s Room or by calling 508-485-5031. The event is sponsored by the Together We Can Family Network.
For more information on Drumlin Farm, visit their website.