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Program Information

Program name: Long Island Llama
Program category: Nature- Animals
Nature- Environment
Visual Arts- Crafts
Program length: 1 hr
Audience level: Juvenile
Audience size: 20
Program description: Llamas were first domesticated and used as pack animals 4-5,000 years ago by Indians in the rocky Peruvian highlands. Craft a pendant necklace as we explore the many uses of fleece from our very own Long Island Yarn and Farm llamas (Yaphank). We will read a few Llama,Llama books by Anna Dewdney and learn interesting facts about these camelids. Excellent for Pre-K with caregiver thru 5th grade.
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Program fee: $201- $350
Is this fee negotiable? No
Mileage included? Yes
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Regions this program
can be performed in:
Long Island
Program last updated: 01/24/2018
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Stage name: Workshops with Judy Wilson
Performer name: Judy Wilson
Phone: 631-473-9290
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Previous appearances at: Port Jefferson Free Library, Patchogue - Medford Library, Sachem Public Library, Comsewogue Library, Longwood Public Library
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Performer information last updated: 01/24/2018


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