Kids invited to learn about “Night Sounds” at the Library – Wednesday

Above: Next week, kids can learn the creatures making those strange noises they hear at night look like. (images of gray tree frog and katydid cropped from flickr posts by Elizabeth Nicodemus)

Hands on Nature returns to the Southborough Library next week. The science educators will talk to kids about “Night Sounds”. Children ages 5-9 can learn about what makes the amazing sounds they hear outside of the window at night.

The program is free, but registration is required. The educator’s website describes:

What makes those amazing songs we hear outside our window during the warm summer nights? Is that a cricket or a katydid or a treefrog? Come join us as we learn to decipher which fascinating creatures make each sound. You might be surprised at what you learn, and your nighttime listening experience will be greatly enhanced!

The event is sponsored by the Friends of the Southborough Library.

It will take place on May 8th from 3:45 pm – 5:00 pm in the downstairs Eaton Meeting Room. To sign up, stop by the Children’s Room or call 508-485-5031.

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