Visitors to the Angleton Library, a branch of the Brazoria County Library System, can enjoy the Migration Celebration Butterfly Encounter, April 23 through April 28, 2018. The interactive exhibit is on loan from the Friends of the Brazoria National Wildlife Refuges.
A screened shelter set up inside the library will contain live butterflies. Participants can enter the shelter to feed the butterflies. Lucky children may even have one land on their finger! Crafts and activities for children will allow them to flutter around the library in butterfly wings and experience the world from a butterfly’s point-of-view by wearing “compound eye” glasses.
The exhibit is free and open to the public. The Angleton Library is located at 401 E. Cedar Street. For more information contact the branch at 979-864-1519.