FRITCH—The Lake Meredith Aquatic & Wildlife Museum will host its Annual Summer Educational Program Tuesday-Thursday, July 12, 13 & 14th from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. at the museum under the water tower in Fritch.
This year students ages 4 and up will enjoy learning about mammals with a special guest ranger from Lake Meredith National Park Service.
Students will look at a variety of mammal skulls, pelts, foot prints and skat and participate in a variety of activities.
In addition, students will learn how to make potato jewelry and how to use natural resources as means of survival.
On the final day, students will take a ranger-led tour of the Alibates National Monument. All students attending the final day must be accompanied by a parent who will provide transportation to the monument.
Snacks will be served daily. To reserve a spot for your child, please call the museum at 857-2458 or Museum Director Renee Laney at 274-0172.
The museum is open from 10-5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and is located under the water tower in Fritch.
The program is free to participants although donations are accepted.