A SoFo Thanksgiving

Justin Meinken

When most people think of Thanksgiving, it’s a turkey they see, but at the South Fork Natural History Museum, it’s frogs and toads — at least it was for the open house held on Saturday, November 30.

Long Island is home to a variety of frog and toad species. During the open house, there were activities for kids to learn about these amphibians, including a coloring station, scavenger hunt, origami crafts, native frog and toad display, face painting, feeding time, and more.

SoFo is also running a holiday toy and food drive co-sponsored by The Independent, this year benefiting the Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center.

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