, Muskogee, OK


October 18, 2013

‘Creepy Critters’ today at libraries

Animal Tales from Kentucky will return to Oklahoma today to present “Creepy Critters.” Animal Tales was founded by education naturalist, Jared Baker in 2009.

“Creepy Critters” is a seasonal program that focuses on those less cuddly and icky creatures whose importance is often taken for granted, according to a media release. This program features arachnids, insects and snakes to illustrate that such undesirable critters serve an extremely important purpose to the environment. Participants will be allowed to get “hands-on” with several animals and all should walk away with a different view of these creepy critters.

All programs are open to the public at no charge.

Animal Tales will present programs at two area libraries today:

• 10 a.m., Q.B. Boydstun Library, Fort Gibson.

• 2 p.m., Muskogee Public Library.

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