“Snakes Alive & More” Program at County Museum Saturday

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Jasper (NNDC) – Snakes Alive & More, the second of two children’s programs scheduled this month at the Dubois County Museum, begins at 10:30 Saturday morning. The program, hosted by “Snakehead Ed” Ferrer, is designed for kids of all ages, five and up.

Ferrer is a retired, award-winning middle school science teacher. He used animals in his science class to get his students more interested in science and nature. The students’ favorite animals were his large collection of snakes which they often handled and helped care for.

After 30 years of teaching, Snakehead Ed now offers unique “close encounter” interactive snake shows for school convocations or science classes, museums, libraries, scout meetings, daycares, summer camps, nursing homes, and corporate events.

The program cost is the admission to the museum ($5 adults, $3 high school students,  and $2 middle school and elementary students). Kids 4 and under are free.

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