Dan the Snakeman at the Oxford Library

OXFORD – Children and adults alike are invited to attend a special Family Night program at the Oxford Memorial Library, when “Dan the Snakeman” will be entertaining and educating the masses at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, in the community room of the library, 8 Fort Hill Park in the Village of Oxford.



This event is free of charge, and Youth Services Coordinator Carolyn Thau said Dan the Snakeman will be bringing snakes, spiders, and an appearance from a crocodile is even possible.

Dan “The Snakeman” Chase began educating audiences more than two decades ago using a unique approach so that people could better understand and appreciate reptiles. His original program featured two snakes, one turtle, two frogs and one iguana. Chase’s initial program idea was to bring zoo-like reptiles to children in public schools.


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