Learning continues through summer at Grand Island Public Library
GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (KSNB) - During the summer reading program at the Grand Island Public Library, kids and adults alike are able to learn about different topics even when they’re not in school.
Monday was the last program for the summer, as raptors from Fontanelle Forest were brought in to teach those in attendance about birds of prey.
“It’s really fascinating and really cool, because there’s not really any other place you get to get really up close and personal with these very cool birds. Also you can get lots of really good information about how humans interact with the natural world, and our efffect on the natural world, and these creatures effects on us and how important they are,” said Laura Fentress, the Youth and Family Services Librarian.
For those who were unable to participate in the summer program, there is a fall program starting next week, with plenty of educational and entertaining guests for all to enjoy for free.
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