Dover Library educates kids on animals
- On Saturday, kids can learn more about animal tracks at Dover Area Community Library.
- The program is a part of a series on animals.
Children in Dover can learn more about animals and how to track them Saturday during a program offered at the Dover Area Community Library.
The program, "Leaving a Mark: A Program about Animal Tracks and Scat," will be taught by the library's youth services program coordinator, George Matthew, and Gifford Pinchot State Park environmental education specialist Elizabeth Kepley-McNutt.
Kepley-McNutt will teach children how to spot tracks and other markers that animals leave behind, and Matthew will read the book "Everyone Poops" by Taro Gomi, according to a news release.
The program is part of the library's winter series called "When Nature Calls ... Again! More Answers to Animal Life's Big Questions," which runs through Saturday, March 25.
The program on tracking animals will take place at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 21, at the Dover Area Community Library at 3700-3 Davidsburg Road, Dover. For more information, visit the library's website.