Murrieta Library to Sponsor Wild Animal Program

On Oct. 28 at 4 p.m., guests journeying to the Murrieta Public Library will come face-to-face with nocturnal animals presented by Pacific ...

On Oct. 28 at 4 p.m., guests journeying to the Murrieta Public Library will come face-to-face with nocturnal animals presented by Pacific Animal Productions.

This free program, which will take place in the Library’s Community Room, is open to children of all ages and their families. Pacific Animal Productions incorporates “edu-tainment" into their programs to engage the audience and give them a safe environment to see, touch and learn about a monkey, fox, parrot, kinkajou, alligator, snake, bugs and more.

Pacific Animal Productions owner Karla Majewski lives on four acres in Fallbrook with over 200 exotic animals. Karla and her family are dedicated to conserving wildlife and endangered animals and have been doing so for over 25 years.

Most of the animals with Pacific Animal Productions were donated by private zoos or individuals. Sometimes a government agency will place an exotic animal with Pacific Animal Productions for their protection or because the animal was found in an illegal location.

This event, sponsored by the Friends of the Murrieta Public Library, is free and open to the public. Space is limited to 60 participants; free admission passes will be available 30 minutes prior to the program.

The Murrieta Public Library is located at 8 Town Square (Adams Avenue and Kalmia Street). For more information about the program, call 951-304-BOOK (2665) or visit the library’s website.

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