Anza Valley Library hosts exciting summer programs and more

Children, staff and parents are enthralled by the animals presented by EcoVivarium as part of its living museum education program at the Anza Valley Library Thursday, July 7. Anza Valley Outlook/Courtesy photo
The Anza Valley Library continues to provide books, services and inspiration to the mountain communities. Upgrades to the facility, fun activities, new services and updated reading material availability are ongoing at the local literary reference center.The library’s summer program is packed with interesting activities specifically designed for children, teens and adults.“On July 7, we had EcoVivarium, which is a nonprofit living museum, come and share their animals with us,” librarian Chantel Yarrow said. “They brought up several different types of snakes and lizards and a couple tortoises. Everyone had an exciting time.”According to its website, EcoVivarium was formed in 2009 as a nonprofit mobile educat
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