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    March 11, 2016

     

    The Eyes of the Wild will bring its Wallaby Tales Traveling Zoo to the Expo from 1 - 2 p.m. as our featured entertainment.  This fun and educational program will introduce children of all ages to a selection of exotic and touchable animals.   This traveling zoo is presented by Travis Gale, an Environmental educator and a field biologist.   

     

    Attendees will experience the most amazing mix of comedy, education, and wildlife from all around the world!  Designed for children and adults of any age, you can't help but laugh while you learn, love what you see, and want us again and again with different animals every time!  From porcupines to parrots, wallabies to armadillos, snakes to spiders, and everything in between, this is one program you will talk about for years to come!

     

    Eyes of the Wild is a rescue facilty and likes to discuss topics including but not limited to: who they are and what they do; how they obtain their animals; protecting wildlife and the environment; doing your research before choosing a pet; habitats; communication skills; survival techniques; and the many unique behaviors that make these animals so amazing and a such a privilege to share our planet with!

     

    Time: 1 - 2 p.m.

    Location: Children's Corner

    Artists from the Ewing based Art Has No Boundaries will spend the day at the Expo and help children craft birdfeeders from recycled materials, decorate birdhouses to take home, and other crafts as available.  Don't miss it!

     

     

    Art Has No Boundaries is a small company trying to bring art back to the community.  Our motto is "Have Fun with Art".  Bill Farrauto is a local artist who teaches our water color/mixed media classes.  Art Has No Boundaries also sells card art, which are copies of original paintings reduced to card size.  The image above is the art work of 8 year old student, Samantha Eppolito reduced to card size.

     

    If anyone is interested in taking a class, they are being held on Wednesday nights at the Ewing Senior and Community Center from 7 to 9 and the cost is $10.00 per person.  You can reach out to Bill Farrauto at 609-477-9970 for more information and to sign up.  You can also visit them on Facebook.

     

    Time:  All Day

    Location: Children's Corner

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