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Storybook Walk - Spiders: Silly or Scary?

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Exploring Nature Through Story!


KELT is offering FREE children's programs, with the Patten Free Library in July and August.

The four programs will offer farm and garden themed stories and outdoor activities for children 6 years old and younger. Young children and chaperoning adults will have the opportunity to explore the wonders of nature.

Wednesday, July 18 from 10-11 am: 

Spiders: Silly or Scary? at Patten Free Library Park

Decide for yourself whether spiders are more a friend or foe through a series of games and craft activities you’ll need eight legs to finish all of!

Parents are welcomed and encouraged to take part in the activities. Closed toed shoes and plenty of sunscreen are recommended!

Questions? Contact Becky at or 207-442-8400.

Don't miss the upcoming Storybook Walks!

Busy, Busy Bees ~ July 25 – LOCAL Garden

Pollinators are all around you! Discover the ways that pollinators lend a helping hand around the garden and try to spot some of them hard at work!

Seed Sleuths ~ August 1 – Sewall Woods Preserve

Put your detective hat on and spot the differences between types of seeds! Learn all about the life cycle of a seed and where to find them in the forest with a scavenger hunt!

Special thanks for the generous support of

The Davenport Trust Fund

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Earlier Event: July 16
KELT Untapped
Later Event: July 19
Clamming at Reid State Park