It’s a woolly mammoth StoryWalk in Westport

Posted 6/29/22

The Westport Historical Society invites families to explore the new woolly mammoth StoryWalk along the Handy House Heritage trail. The StoryWalk features the children’s book “Wild and …

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It’s a woolly mammoth StoryWalk in Westport

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The Westport Historical Society invites families to explore the new woolly mammoth StoryWalk along the Handy House Heritage trail. The StoryWalk features the children’s book “Wild and Woolly Mammoths” by Aliki. Travel back to the time of the woolly mammoth, learn about them and their struggle for survival against their greatest enemy – humans. Visitors will also encounter a life-sized baby woolly mammoth along the trail.

WHAT: StoryWalk®, laminated pages from a children’s book attached to signs installed along an outdoor path.

WHEN: Daily, dawn to dusk, until the end of August

WHERE: Enter at the Handy House parking lot, 202 Hix Bridge Road, Westport

COST: Free and open to the public

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