Bod Briefs: TPL holding rainforest adventure art exhibit this summer


Photo courtesy of the Topeka Public Library

All about the environment: Take your child to this exhibit at the Topeka Public Library and give them an experience they won’t soon forget. Learn about how to save the environment along the way.

The Topeka Public Library is currently hosting an interactive art exhibit designed for children and teenagers which is keyed towards informing them about life in a rainforest. This is currently being held in the Alice C. Sabatini Gallery from May 22 through to August 15 and is open during regular TPL hours each week.

The Sabatini Gallery has been converted into a rainforest maze courtesy of Minotaur Mazes which guests can explore to visit everything from the highest treetops to the forest floor. The maze is structured so that guests must answer questions correctly in order to proceed.

The library hopes that its Rainforest Adventure exhibit will empower its visitors to make a difference after learning about how essential rainforests are to the environment and human health.

The library encourages those interested in attending this event to reserve a time in advance to guarantee that there will be no waiting. Reservations are even more encouraged for larger groups.

Visit times start every 15 minutes. For more information about the event and on how to reserve a spot, check here.