Icky stuff lecture at Keremeos Library

Icky stuff lecture at Keremeos Library as Cameron Baughen presents, "Eat Dirt"

  • Jul. 25, 2014 2:00 p.m.

Malachi Donovan gets down and dirty with Regional District Okanagan Similkameen Solid Waste Management Coordinator Cameron Baughen during his presentation of Eat Dirt! at the Friday, July 25 installment of the Summer Reading Club at Keremeos Library.

Baughen had an “earthy” disscussion with the children about the environment  and recycling, followed by his earthworm presentation, which included an  icky hands-on experience that the kids really seemed to be looking forward to.


Aproximately 25 children participated in the popular reading club, which hosts a different guest every other Friday through the summer school break. The next scheduled performance is “Funny Business” with popular magician Leif David.



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