Mahaska Mammoth: Woolly Dreams Book Reading

Meet the Authors of Wolly Dreams & hear an Environmental Learning Center update on Thursday, March 29 from 6:00 – 7:00 PM at the Conservation Center, Russell Wildlife Area. Mahaska Mammoth: Woolly Dreams was written after the bones of three woolly mammoths were discovered in Mahaska County. It is a fictional story enhanced with facts that will inspire readers of all ages to learn more about the woolly mammoth and the Ice Age. Come out to the conservation center at the Russell Wildlife Area from 6:00-7:00 PM to hear a reading of the story by Linda Fox and visit with the authors; Laura DeCook, Mary Jane Sullivan and Linda Fox. This will also be an opportunity to learn more about Mahaska County’s Environmental Learning Center that is being built at Caldwell Park! The MCCB director, Dave Sedivec, will provide this information. The Russell Wildlife Area is located at 2254 – 200th Street, New Sharon, Iowa which is four miles north of Oskaloosa on Hwy. 63 and one mile east on 200th Street. If you have questions, feel free to call the Mahaska County Conservation Board at 641-673-9327.


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