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‘ECO-KIDS’ fun for all ages

“ECO-KIDS: A day of Ecology” will be presented Sunday by the Sierra Nevada Deep Ecology Institute in cooperation with the Superintendent of Schools’ Imaginarium.

The event, with exhibits, hands-on activities and live performances, is designed for children at least 5 years old and adults.

Presenters include Planet Solar, Audubon Society, Blue Belly Worm Farm, Nevada County Recycles, United States Forest Service, Friends of Wolf Creek, Nevada County Conservation District, Abotech, Alan Stahler’s global climate change exhibit, Kinderfarms’ Live Goat Exhibit and Petting Zoo, and the Deep Ecology Exhibit: Puzzles and Play the Food Chain Pyramid Game.

Art From the Heart Children’s Theater will present Shel Silverstein’s play, “The Giving Tree,” song, dance and art presentation at 1 p.m. Storyteller Ed Coutts will present “A Native American Creation Story” at 2 p.m. and 3 p.m.

“ECO-KIDS: A day of Ecology” will be from noon to 5 p.m. at the Imaginarium, 112 Nevada City Highway in Nevada City.

Admission is $5 for adults and free for anyone 18 and under. Call Sierra Nevada Deep Ecology Institute at 265-6649 for more information.

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