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The Turtle Show in Summit for Kids 4-10 (July 25th)

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Join author and turtle-expert Steve Woyce for a performance of “The Turtle Show.” Meet a variety of live turtles and tortoises from around the world and learn how and where they live, eat, and hibernate!

Jul 25, 2013
7 – 8 p.m.

Library of the Chathams
214 Main Street
Chatham, NJ
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Also Turtle Show Birthday Parties: A Fun, Entertaining, and  Hassle-free Way to Make Your Child’s Next Birthday Party Unforgettable!

If you are planning a child’s birthday party in New Jersey and are looking for an exciting and educational live animal program, you are in the right place! “The Turtle Show Birthday Party” will keep your child and their friends engaged and entertained while they meet a variety of live turtles and tortoises from around the world including an Ornate Wood Turtle, Eastern Box Turtle, and a Red Footed Tortoise. This high energy program is self-contained meaning Steve, the turtle expert, brings everything with him making it easy and fun to host for your child’s next in-home birthday party!

Meet Some of the Stars of “The Turtle Show Birthday Party”

Nate is an Ornate Wood Turtle, one of the most colorful turtles on our planet. Nate’s favorite food is strawberries and when not performing, he likes to bury himself in the leaves.

Big Red is a Red Footed Tortoise who loves to explore and eat his fruits and vegetables. Big Red illustrates the difference between turtles and tortoises.

Michelangelo is one of our Red Eared Sliders, the most popular pet turtle in the United States. Along with Big Red, he helps show the audience some of the differences between turtles and tortoises.

Cost: FREE!

Contact name & phone: Laura Weinbrom, 973-635-0603


Ages: 4-10

Admission: Registration suggested (call contact person above)


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