On June 10 Southeastern Reptile Rescue will bring their Junior Reptile Wagon at the Riverdale Branch Library showcasing snakes native to Georgia . This display will offer a wide variety of native reptiles to view as well as exotic species of venomous and non-venomous snakes. All animals on display are kept in locked cages that provide up close, safe viewing for guests. Some reptiles are made available to attendees for optional hands-on experiences.
Jason Clark, and his family, who ARE Southeastern Reptile Rescue/Snakesareus, have recently become popular nationally via their new show on Animal Planet, Snakeskin . However, Jason has been well-known in Clayton County for a long time, for his programs at libraries and other places featuring his family’s snakes, for snake and reptile rescue, and for being a Clayton County police officer. Now he’s decided to focus on reptiles and has resigned as a police officer. For more information on Jason Clark read “Former Clayton cop is new ‘Animal Planet’ star” and go to the Snakesareus web site.
SnakesKin is creating quite a stir in Discovery.com’s blog, “The Skinny on ‘SnakesKin’.”
Location of the Junior Reptile Wagon program: Riverdale Branch Library, 420 Valley Hill Rd., Riverdale, GA. 30274. Date: June 10, 2010; Time: 10-11 A.M. Space is limited and advance registration is required. Groups are welcome to attend, based on available space, and MUST register in advance. Call 770 472 8100 to register or email Ramona Clark, email@example.com
ALSO IF YOU LIKE REPTILES, don’t miss the reptile program (lizards, snakes, tortoises) by My Reptile Guys at the Headquarters Library, 865 Battle Creek Rd., Jonesboro, on June 30, 10-11 A.M. Again space is limited and advance registration is required. Call 770 472 8100 to register or email BeaMengel@claytonpl.org
For more June programs at our six libraries go to Clayton County Library System Events Calendar
Don’t forget to check out some books on reptiles while you are visiting the library!