Magic show, wildlife program highlights Gardiner library fundraiser

Posted 10/16/19

The Gardiner Library is hosting a fun day of family activities including Halloween crafts, raffles, face painting, and entertainment on Saturday October 19 starting at 11:00 a.m. The two showcased …

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Magic show, wildlife program highlights Gardiner library fundraiser

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The Gardiner Library is hosting a fun day of family activities including Halloween crafts, raffles, face painting, and entertainment on Saturday October 19 starting at 11:00 a.m. The two showcased performances include Steve Johnson’s Magic Variety Show at 12 p.m. and Andrew Simmons’ Wildlife Program at 2 p.m. Free make-your-own ice cream sundaes, popcorn, baked goods and pizza, as well as local Willow Pond Sheep Farm lamb hot dogs available for purchase.
The price for adults and children over 13 is $15, children ages 2 through 12 is $10 and under 2 is free.
Tickets may be purchased at the library or online atgardinerlibrary.org/supportlibraryfundraisers.asp.
“Our goal is to get as many people as possible to the Gardiner Library to show their support and to have a great time at a very reasonable price,” said Nicole Lane, Director.
Steve Johnson has been entertaining the public with his magic, comedy and juggling for over thirty years. Andrew Simmons is a wildlife expert that travels with different types of birds, reptiles and mammals.
The audience will get a first look at some unique species and learn all about how to protect these animals and their habitats.

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