Greenfield set to go underground

July 7, 2013 by  

Presented by naturalist David Stokes, Creatures from Under the Earth’s Surface will provide people of all ages with information about animals that live underground, with live creatures as part of the presentation. Poster printing, flyer printing, and other printing services may have been used to create and promote this educational event.

During this show, the audience will have the opportunity to get up close and personal with animals including skunks, armadillos, snakes, badgers, tortoises and other exciting creatures that burrow in the ground. Plenty of songs, laughs, and puppets to keep everyone entertained.

David Stokes holds a Master’s degree in Conservation Education, and has many years’ experience with the National Audubon Society. His educational presentations include engaging songs with which people of any age can join in, and he offers puppetry as part of the fun learning experience. He is a winner of the Environmental Education Teacher of the Year and is also an Aldo Leopold award winner. Known to have entertaining and fun ways of explaining things, this is an excellent opportunity sample his style.

This is free to anyone who wishes to learn and have a good time, and registration is not required. The event will be happening on Thursday, July 18, beginning at 6:30 pm at the Greenfield Public Library located at 5310 W. Layton Avenue in Greenfield, Wisconsin. To learn more about this program, or other programs hosted there, please visit the library’s website or call it during normal business hours.