The City of Corner Brokok is in discussion with the province about a pilot wood pellet furnace project at the Corner Brook Museum and Archives. — Star photo by Cory Hurley
CORNER BROOK Kids can get up close and personal with some scaly creatures today as the Corner Brook Museum and Archives hosts Reptiles on the Rock.
The reptile show will be part of an afternoon of children’s activities at the museum, starting at 12:30 p.m. and running until 4 p.m.
Participating kids can expect to see about six to 10 reptiles throughout the show, including lizards, turtles, snakes and invertebrates.
Before the reptilian adventure, the kids will tour city hall and the museum, and then have a nutrition break featuring a sing-along session with Kyleigh Brisson.
Registration is mandatory for this event, for which an activity fee will be charged, and the maximum capacity is 25 children aged five years old and up.
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The museum’s series of children’s activity days continues Friday with a lunch session on photography with Corner Brook Museum and Archives summer student Lucas Morneau.
This free session will take place 12:10-12:50 p.m. and will include a discussion of the history of photography and a discussion of analog versus digital photography. firstname.lastname@example.org