Come by between 11 - 2 on Saturday, July 4 to chat with author Darlene Hartford about her Bats in the Schoolhouse Attic series.
In 1908 a school was constructed at the water's edge of Lake Okanagan in
Peachland, British Columbia. After thousands of kids and decades of use, in 2002 it closed. Windows and doors
were boarded shut and it sat dormant, or so it seemed. Renovation of the historic building revealed a maternity colony of approximately
2,000 bats inhabiting the attic. In 2013, the schoolhouse
reopened as the Peachland Historic Primary School, a community building
where people co-habituate with bats.
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