OCTOBER 14TH- Wild Adaptations with Spooky Inspirations

Description

From teeth and claws to furs and feathers, animals have developed incredible adaptations for thriving in their habitats.

Location

Reading Iron Garden, Gilson Alley, Reading, PA 19602

Date & Time

Saturday, October 14th from 3:00PM to 5:00PM

From teeth and claws to furs and feathers, animals have developed incredible adaptations for thriving in their habitats. In this interactive program, get up close and personal with real and artificial models of animal skulls and pelts - feel the lush fur of a fox or touch the chisel-edge of a beaver's teeth. Take inspiration from nature's incredible designs to paint your own tote bag using spooky, nature-themed stencils! During this hands-on program, you'll gain new appreciation for and interact with the impressive adaptations of local wildlife in ways you could never experience in the wild. 

Please note, end times are approximate. 
 

Registration ends on Thursday, October 12th

FREE!!

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