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Wild things to be featured at library

Tribune staff report

The Douglas County Public Library is presenting a free wild animal show on July 29. Because of the overwhelming response to the Summer Reading Kickoff event, the library is offering two sessions for this program; one at 5:30 p.m. and another at 6:30 p.m. in the C.V.I.C. Hall. Learn about wild animals from around the world and hear their stories. Animals may include a monkey, alligator, bird of prey and other members of the animal kingdom.

The program is presented by Wild Things, Inc., which provides homes for animals that could not survive on their own in the wild. They also share these animals as educational wildlife ambassadors.

The C.V.I.C. Hall is located at 1602 Esmeralda Avenue in Minden. Visit Facebook, Twitter or douglas.lib.nv.us, or call 775-782-9841.

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