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Bug-a-Boo Bliss returns for more creepy-crawly fun

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The largid is one of many insect stars of the Bug-a-Boo Bliss event at the Highlands Center Friday, Aug. 20.

Courtesy photo<br> The largid is one of many insect stars of the Bug-a-Boo Bliss event at the Highlands Center Friday, Aug. 20.

Due to the overwhelming popularity of the Bug-a-Boo Bliss program, the Highlands Center for Natural History has scheduled a second night from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 20.

Start by enjoying a "Bugalicious Skit" at the Basic Bug Bodies station, where kids will receive a passport and their first bug stamp. Then move to one of several more bug stations to receive another bug stamp. After receiving three passport stamps, participants can go to the Build-a-Bug station to create their own fanciful bug.

The stations include Basic Bug Bodies, Incredible Insects, Bag-a-Bug Sugaring for Moths, Peek and Pick, Build-a-Bug and Buggy Surprises.

The Highlands Center is located at 1375 S. Walker Road, Prescott, just two miles south of Highway 69 on Walker Road. Pre-register for this fun family program by calling HCNH at 776-9550 or visit www.highlandscenter.org for further information.