Celebrate Woodland Animals Month: Meet a LIVE WOLF

The Bryan Main Library will be celebrating Woodland Animals during the month of October! 

The last event of the month will teach on one of the most popular woodland animals, with the presentation, “The Wolf: Fact vs. Myth” Held on Wednesday, October 17 from 6:30 to 7:30 pm, learn about the family life, hunting habits, and folklore of the wolf. This event will be held in the Carnegie Room, and a LIVE WOLF will be at the library throughout the presentation.

All Woodland Animal programs are open to all ages, FREE to attend, and will be held at the Bryan Main Library, located at 107 East High Street. The programs, “Foxes and Folklore” and “The Wolf: Fact vs. Myth” will be presented by the Ironwood Wolves group, which aims to educate the public about foxes and wolves, and the importance they hold in the ecosystem, while tackling the myths associated with these fascinating creatures. For more information on these programs please contact the library at 419-636-6734 ext. 221 or 223.