Suburban Exterminating’s Library Program Reaches Eighth Year

Suburban Exterminating’s Library Program Reaches Eighth Year

The program allows the company’s entomologists to educate children about insects and other creatures.

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July 11, 2018
Edited by the PCT Staff
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SMITHTOWN, N.Y. — Suburban Exterminating announced that it’s children’s library program is heading into its eighth year. During the program, the company’s entomologists will continue to share their love of bugs with Long Island children. Suburban Exterminating will provide a "Buggy: Show and Tell" to educate children about insects and other creatures.

At each library, kids have the chance to get up close and personal with insects, hamsters and other animals. The company said that many children come to the program already as bug experts. For example, Jacob, age 10 from Southampton, told Suburban Exterminating entomologists that a carpenter ant's scientific name was Camponotus pennsylvanicus. Arielle, age 9 from Huntington, knew that a hamster was nocturnal. 

The free library program runs for 45 minutes to an hour for third- through fifth-graders. For a complete schedule of the 2018 Summer Library Program, visit  http://www.suburbanexterminating.com/summer-event.asp.

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