Monday, June 20, 2011

Bellydancing Wolves?

Photo by Angel Bennett of WSWS
Meet an ambassador wolf at Ruidoso Public Library this Friday!  Leyton Cougar of Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary will introduce visitors to issues facing wolves raised in captivity.  Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary focuses on educating the public about wolves and providing rescue and sanctuary to wolves and wolf-dogs.  Seating will be for children first.  These shows were packed for their visit in 2009, so come early.  

Thursday, from 2-3pm, the Ruidoso Public Library will host a demonstration of belly dancing for 6-12 year olds.  This is another installment in 2011's Summer Reading Program, One World, Many Stories.  

Another Summer Reading Program activity going on is the Build an International Monument/Memorial Contest.  Any age can participate.  Build a model (not bigger than 2" across to fit on our shelf-tops) of any monument, memorial, or famous structure from around the world.  Bring it in by June 30th.  Then visit any time during July to vote for your favorite!  Three winners will be selected for buildings and three more for monuments.  Come see what our brilliant visitors have created: maybe you'll be inspired to make one, too!

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