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Animal Tales: Why Would Anyone Cut a Tree Down?
March 2 - March 6Free
Our Park Naturalists come to your local library each month to share a story about a native animal and a related craft or activity with preschool through upper elementary age children. This program is FREE to attend.
Advance registration is required for most public libraries. Reserve your spot by calling your favorite public library in advance.
- Avon-Washington Township Public Library: (317) 272-4818
- Brownsburg Public Library: (317) 852-3167
- Clayton – Liberty Township Public Library: No advance registration required.
- Coatesville – Clay Township Public Library: (317) 386-2355
- Danville – Center Township Public Library: (317) 745-2604
- Jamestown – Tri-Area Public Library: (765) 676-6190
- Monrovia branch of Morgan County Public Library: (317) 996-4307
- Plainfield – Guilford Township Public Library: (317) 839-6602
- Roachdale – Franklin Township Public Library: (765) 522-1491
March’s story is Why Would Anyone Cut a Tree Down? by Roberta Burzynski.
Created by the U.S. Forest Service and depicting trees as a renewable resource, this book discusses reasons why some trees are removed, the benefits of doing so, and the various uses for wood from cut trees. All of it is so beautifully illustrated in full color that the lessons come alive for adults and children alike.
- Mon., March 2 at 4:30 p.m.: Plainfield Public Library
- Tues., March 3 at 10:30 a.m.: Clayton Public Library
- Tues., March 3 at 1 p.m.: Morgan County Public Library – Monrovia
- Wed., March 4 at 4 p.m.: Brownsburg Public Library
- Thurs., March 5, 3 p.m.: Tri-Area Public Library, Jamestown
- Fri., March 6, 2 p.m.: Avon Public Library
- Fri., March 6, 4 p.m.: Danville Public Library