Creature Feature

Creature Feature at the Mall

Prepare yourself for an amazing reptile adventure from 3 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 4, at The Mall Library Connection. Hear a gecko bark. See a cobra hood. Pet a snake (but maybe not a cobra). Learn about these and other incredible scaly, slithery, cold-blooded creatures—and touch or hold a few of them, if you’re brave enough!

The Mall Library Connection is located inside Vancouver Mall, downstairs near JCPenney, in Suite 285. This program is absolutely free and all ages are welcome to attend. No registration is necessary—just bring yourselves and your curiosity! For more information, call The Mall Library Connection at 360-906-5000 or visit You can also keep up to date with new activities at The Mall Library Connection by following them on Facebook at Vancouver Mall is located at 8700 N.E. Vancouver Mall Drive in Vancouver.

Creature Feature Reptile Zoo at a Library Near You

Steve’s Creature Feature is bringing his Reptile Zoo to Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries (plus some additional locations) all summer long. This is a fascinating, interactive, and educational reptile program for families with kids ages five to 12. This one-hour, hands-on presentation stretches beyond the scope of TV’s exciting wildlife programs with a live intimate look at some of the world’s most interesting creatures. Questions and responses are encouraged! There’s a “reptile petting zoo” and photo opportunities at the conclusion of every show. The best part? It’s free! Here’s the schedule:

Creature Features at Local Libraries

The Fort Vancouver Regional Library District is bringing reptiles, insects and other fascinating creatures to your local library throughout the month of July. There are two types of critter-tastic events: the Creature Feature Reptile and Insect show, featuring a captivating, interactive hands-on presentation that stretches beyond the scope of wildlife programs and documentaries; and the popular Reptile Man show with reptile expert Richard Ritchey, an entertaining and educational presentation with lots of humor and audience participation. Both shows are great for kids ages three through 12 and their parents. Here are the dates and locations of all the shows: