April Vacation Fun!

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Alex the Jester!Alex and Luigi



On Tuesday, April 27th  children enjoyed a one of a kind performance by Alex the Jester!

 “When he finally clears his throat to speak, his audience is captivated.  Rolling off his tongue is a funny sounding gibberish tongue called Grammelot. This universal language has been his ticket to The Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal, The Singapore Arts Festival, Japan’s World Performance Festival, and theaters from Alaska to Australia.”

 Registration is required.  Space is limited to the multi-purpose room so make sure you stop by or call the library to reserve a spot.  For more information on this amazing performer, visit his website at www.alexthejester.com

  Michelle's Menagerie, Savanna Animal Program from Michelle's Menagerie - Live Animal Shows

Michelle’s Menagerie 

 On Wednesday, April 28th, at 10:00am,

Michelle Lunceford, Wildlife Educator,

will host her

Savanna Animal Program

at the Nesmith Library.  This program features the smaller, lesser known animals from the savannas around the world.  Topics discussed may include migration, the two distinct seasons, and how the savanna is a transitional biome between desert and rain forest.  Animals featured include:  boa constrictor, hedgehog, bearded dragon, tarantula, flat rock scorpion, grass parakeet, rabbit,   and savanna monitor.

Pre-registration is required, and children must be 5 years of age or older to register.  Don’t miss this chance to see some interesting animals up close and in person!

Please stop by the front circulation desk or call 432-7154 to register.


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updated 03/19/10