BLUE HILL — Kids are invited to learn about owls by dissecting an owl pellet at the Blue Hill Public Library on Wednesday, Oct. 25, at 3:30 p.m.
The program will be led by Julianne Taylor, education coordinator for Downeast Audubon and Great Pond Mountain Conservation Trust.
She will lead kids in an investigation to see what owls eat as prey by trying to identify the different bones found in the pellets, which are bones and other things that they can’t digest.
The program is being sponsored by the library and Downeast Audubon.
On Saturday, Oct. 28, at 11 a.m., the library is hosting a “Meet a Firefighter” event.
A firefighter from the Blue Hill Fire Department will talk about fire safety, read a story and demonstrate the gear used to fight a fire.
Kids will also get to explore a fire truck, which will be parked outside of the library.
For more information on either of these events, call the library at 374-5515.