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Library Hosts Critter Convention
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This locally-renowned albino Burmese Python, dubbed Banana, is the signature attraction of local wildlife show aficionado, Python Ron. The wildlife instructor demonstrates the size of this massive snake by stretching its long frame across the arms of 10 local children at the Riverbank Library in a special Summer Reading Program show on July 18.

Always a welcome guest, Python Ron made an appearance at the Riverbank Library on Thursday, July 18. With the facility packed, the program drew rave reviews with Python Ron bringing in a full assortment of creeping, crawling, slithering, hissing ‘critters’ to entertain and educate the youngsters. Part of the fun is the audience participation, as he gives kids the chance to get up and close and personal with the creatures.