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Butter Ears, Clara Bow and Cisco Kid are at Paw Mart on East Bristol Street. 

Danielle Waldron

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A local natural resource professional will present information and activities on botany, geology and soils, water, people and natural resources, zoology and astronomy.


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Activities will include a scavenger hunt, a Swamp Tromp and hide ’n seek, camouflage style.


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