Dive into the fascinating world of nocturnal creatures with a Blue Ridge Parkway ranger at 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 25, at the Folk Art Center along the Parkway in Asheville.

Learn about the animals that come out after dark. What kind of animals are awake night and how do they survive out there? A Parkway ranger will answer these questions and more during a fun and interactive night for the whole family.

The talk is part of weekly outdoor series held every Friday evening this summer at the Folk Art Center.

The program will be held outdoors, so bring a blanket or chair. No restrooms will be available.

The Folk Art Center is located along the Parkway in Asheville at milepost 382. For more information, call 828-298-5330, ext. 302.

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