Reptile exhibition to slither into Fremont

July 9, 2012 by  

This Wednesday, July 11, Python Ron’s Reptile Kingdom will be making an appearance at the Alameda County Library located at 2450 Stevenson Blvd. in Fremont, California. The showcase will be held in the Chabot room at 2:00 pm.

This summer’s programs at the Alameda Library are sponsored by the Friends of the Castro Valley Library. At this performance, the audience will be able to get up close and personal with the amazing creatures that travel the countryside with Python Ron. The audience will be surprised to see, touch, and hold these exotic snakes, lizards, and other reptiles. Ron travels with everything from four-foot lizards to eighteen foot pythons, and all sizes in between, with his newest addition being a lizard named ‘Mojo.’ He will also bring with him a unique world of insects, spiders, and reptiles that most people will never get very close to. Python Ron’s show fascinates and educates children, as well as adults.

Python Ron’s real name is Ron McGee and he was born and raised in Southern California but moved to Modesto as a young adult and has remained there since. He has been handling snakes and lizards since the age of six and today has a wonderful collection.

Poster printing and flyer printing may have been used to promote Ron’s Exotic Showcase to the children of the area and the public in general. There is no admission charge to attend this learning exhibition. For more information, visit Castro Valley Library’s website, Python Ron’s website, or call 510-667-7900.