The Y of Clay County will host Silly Safari at 2 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 3.
Silly Safaris is the leading provider of live animal conservation education in the state.
It provides more than 3,000 conservation inspiring live animal shows every year throughout the United States.
Silly Safaris mission is to create positive human animal interactions that inspire responsible pet ownership and wild animal conservation.
A Silly Safaris live animal show is full of facts and fun. Silly Safaris keeps the entire audience involved.
Special guests from the audience join each animal for a game that teaches about the natural world.
Those attending will have the opportunity to see a variety of reptiles, mammals, birds and bugs.
The Y is located at 225 E. Kruzan St., Brazil.
For further information, call 442-6761.