Posted by: fispreschool | July 10, 2012

Upcoming Events in the Community

Salato Center Events:

August 4 Meet a Critter

The Salato Wildlife Education Center is home to more critters than first meets the eye.  We also have animals which the educational staff uses in programs including snakes, raptors and a striped skunk.  Join us Satur­day at 11 a.m. and see who feels like making an appearance.  No regis­tration required. Cost: Free. 

August 18 Reptile Rendezvous

Join us Saturday, August 18 at 2 p.m. for an up close, hands-on program to learn more about Kentucky’s reptiles.  Snakes are only part of the fas­cinating world of reptiles.  Despite having a bad reputation, snakes are beneficial to our environment.  They eat insects, mice and other small creatures that we commonly consider pests.  We’ll discover some of our native turtles, too!  Come learn about common reptiles in your area and how to identify them.  No registration required. Cost: Free. 




Save the Grand Theatre, Inc.

Grand Theatre Shows This Week of July 9th 2012

2012 Children’s Matinees

Squallis Puppeteers “Rage-o-Saurus Rex”
Wednesday, July 11, 2012 @ 9:30 a.m.

Live Show
Tickets:  $4

Set in the late Jurassic period, a baby T-Rex and pterodactyl struggle with friendship, hot lava and hot tempers.  A talking volcano shares his wisdom with the young dinosaurs.  This puppet show was designed especially for younger children with audience participation that teaches social and emotional lesson.
All 2012 Children’s Matinees are sponsored by  


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