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Photo gallery: Costumed kids get lesson on owls at Plum library's family night

| Friday, Nov. 3, 2017, 1:33 p.m.
Costumed storybook characters including Spot the Fire Dog, Spiderman, princesses, mermaids and more gathered at the Plum Community Library  for Family Fun Night recently. The  program included a visit by Stacey Widenhofer of the Fern Hollow Nature Center, who presented a program about owls to the children.
Lillian DeDomenic | For the Tribune-Review
Costumed storybook characters including Spot the Fire Dog, Spiderman, princesses, mermaids and more gathered at the Plum Community Library for Family Fun Night recently. The program included a visit by Stacey Widenhofer of the Fern Hollow Nature Center, who presented a program about owls to the children.
Wyatt Sheaffer, 5, examines a large wing feather during a recent program at Plum Community Library.
Lillian DeDomenic | For the Tribune-Review
Wyatt Sheaffer, 5, examines a large wing feather during a recent program at Plum Community Library.
Charlolette Chelko, 3, was dressed as a  barn owl during a program about owls at Plum Community Library's  Family Fun Night recently.
Lillian DeDomenic | For the Tribune-Review
Charlolette Chelko, 3, was dressed as a barn owl during a program about owls at Plum Community Library's Family Fun Night recently.
Costumed storybook characters including Spot the Fire Dog, Spiderman, princesses, mermaids and more gathered at the Plum Community Library  for Family Fun Night recently. The  program included a visit by Stacey Widenhofer of the Fern Hollow Nature Center, who is show presenting a program about owls to the children.
Costumed storybook characters including Spot the Fire Dog, Spiderman, princesses, mermaids and more gathered at the Plum Community Library for Family Fun Night recently. The program included a visit by Stacey Widenhofer of the Fern Hollow Nature Center, who is show presenting a program about owls to the children.

Costumed storybook characters including Spot the Fire Dog, Spiderman, princesses, mermaids and more gathered at the Plum Community Library for Family Fun Night recently. The program included a visit by Stacey Widenhofer of the Fern Hollow Nature Center, who presented a program about owls to the children.

Lillian DeDomenic is a freelance photographer

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