Oregon's Amazing Animals!

The Ontario Community Library is partnering with The Oregon Museum of Natural and Cultural History to bring you "Oregon's Amazing Animals," a family program that will inspire learning and fun at home! From tiny horses to giant sloths, discover the incredible variety of life in Oregon, both past and present. Through fun, hands-on activities and experiments, families can explore adaptations that help animals survive and thrive in diverse habitats like oceans, forests, and rivers.

Beginning May 4, you and your family will be able to discover the incredible variety of animal life in Oregon—both past and present—through fun, hands-on activities and experiments.

Direct link: Animal Program

Special Program Activity Bags

Are available for pick up at the library (while supplies last).

All activities contain typical house hold items that can be used to complete the activities.

The Amazing Animals program is made possible with support from the Institute for Museum and Library Services and the Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics.