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Creature Teacher program to return to Breckenridge on Thursday, June 1

Creature Teacher program to return to Breckenridge on Thursday, June 1
May 30
09:27 2023

The Breckenridge Library and the Breckenridge Fine Arts Center are bringing the Creature Teacher back to Breckenridge this week.

The program, which introduces a variety of wildlife to those in attendance, is offered in conjunction with the library’s summer reading program.

This year, there will be two sessions offered, both in the BFAC’s main art gallery on Thursday, June 1. The sessions will be at 1:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. The program will be free and open to all ages.

Last year, some of the animals included an iguana, a kinkajou, an English Angora rabbit, a fennec fox, a Burmese python and a baby red kangaroo.

The BFAC is located at 207 N. Breckenridge Ave. For more information, call the BFAC at 254-559-6602, the Breckenridge Library at 254-559-5505 or visit the Creature Teacher website at


Cutline, top photo: Emiley Brewer with The Creature Teacher introduces Crimson the Red Kangaroo to the crowd attending the 2022 program hosted by the Breckenridge Fine Arts Center and the Breckenridge Library. Crimson was 7 months old at the time and enjoys being in the pouch, Brewer said. (Photo by Tony Pilkington/Breckenridge Texan)



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