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Honoring Mother Nature
Honoring Mother Nature


Do you believe fish eat trash?  Does life come from water?  Kids think so.

You can come experience a glimpse of Mother Nature’s glory through the eyes of grade school children at the ‘River of Words’ exhibit in the Spouts Springs Library.  Clever award winning kids have created art and poetry that is sure to pique your interest about what is happening in Georgia’s waters. 

Mary Poland, Director of the library said, “Any student who is interested in caring for the environment, particularly the waters should come see this.” 

There’s the ‘Trash fish’ and the ‘Life comes from water’ paintings.  The ‘River of words’ exhibit is an arts and environmental education program.  Hurry though, it will only be at the library until Sept. 9th.  Then it’s off, travelling across the state.

If you’re looking for something fun to do that will teach your kids (and us grown up) about the environment, come take a peek.

We all know Mother Nature is powerful and a beauty to behold.  We see it whether we’re bending over to pick the perfect four leaf clover or quietly listening to a babbling brook.  Imagine a world where beautiful words and pictures flow like a river connecting us all. 

GA Wet contact:  http://www.gaprojectwet.org/gawet_row2.html

Spout Springs Library contact:  Mary Poland - mpoland@hallcountylibrary.org

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