Next week's highlights include:
Monday, July 19th:
11am Curious George Science Club, Orient Heights Branch
1pm DIY workshop, Adams Street Branch
6:30pm Live Endangered Species, Adams Street Branch
Tuesday, July 20th:
3pm New England Aquarium: Traveling Tidepool, South Boston Branch (Registration is required.)
4pm Green Film Festival for Kids- Hoot, Codman Square Branch
Wednesday, July 21st:
10:30am Go Green with Wayne Potash, BPL Copley Square
1:30pm Radical Reptiles, Grove Hall
Thursday, July 22nd:
1pm Green Film Festival- Wall-E, South End Branch
1:30pm Radical Reptiles, Uphams Corner
2pm Green Film Festival- Hoot, Egleston Square Branch
Friday, July 23rd
10:30am Radical Reptiles Live animal show appropriate for ages 5-up, Fields Corner Branch Library (Groups must register.)10:30am Birds of Prey The Audubon Ark Traveling Wildlife Program brings live birds of prey to the library, Orient Heights Branch Library (Space is limited.)
10:30am Animal Invaders, West End Branch Library
11am Green Film Festival for Kids-Ferngully, Roslindale
12:30pm Green Film Festival for Kids-Curious George Goes Green, Faneuil Branch2:30pm Recycled Craft--Recycling Poster, Boston Public Library, Copley Square
For more information and a complete list of events, go to the BPL's Summer Reading website. Contact your local branch to confirm events.
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