‘The Magic of Fireflies’: Last of a four part summer camp partnership series

by | Aug 26, 2020

In this fun program Children will learn about these special nocturnal insects that brighten our night sky. Enjoy learning the ways fireflies have been used as sources of light for centuries in many cultures around the world. Discover the habits and lifestyles of these luminous insects, and learn what makes their ‘cool light’ different from other ‘warm light’. Children and their families will discover where to find fireflies in their own backyard; packets will also include instructions for making a firefly catcher at home.

WHEN: Thursday, August 27

PROGRAM: 2:00pm – 2:45pm

STORIES: Listen anytime at www.apl-stayconnected.org

WHERE: Via ZOOM

Suggested ages: 4-10 years

Register online and listen to the stories from www.apl-stayconnected.org  and to schedule your packet pickup time.

Call the Library with questions or for registration assistance | M-F 8:00am-4:00pm | 508.832.7790

A Zoom program access link will be sent from the Library to your registration email about thirty minutes prior to the program. This program was funded by the Auburn Cultural Council.