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State Parks and Library System Host Virtual Mammal Program July 15 | Community life


Missouri State Parks and the Midcontinent Library invite the public to attend Missouri’s Marvelous Mammals Virtual Program at 7 p.m. on Thursday, July 15. The program will take place virtually as a Zoom reunion and is part of the Show-Me Kansas City: A Missouri Bicentennial Lecture Series.

Furry friends are everywhere. To learn more about some of the mammals that inhabit Missouri and find out how to tell them apart by their fur and the traces they leave behind, children ages 5 and older are encouraged to participate virtually, a statement said.

This event is virtual and free, but registration is required. Participants can register on

Participants must provide an email address when registering and will receive a Zoom access code by email 15 minutes before the start of the program. Participants must register in the room before the start of the program. Class admission will end five minutes after the program start time. Space is limited.

On August 10, 2021, the state of Missouri celebrates its 200th anniversary. The bicentennial gives citizens the opportunity to reflect on what happened to Missouri, how it got here and the different ways communities have contributed to the development of this great state, the statement said.


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