The Reptile Man wows them at the Kids Club | SLIDESHOW

With alligators, skinks and multitude of various snakes, The Reptile Man kept the crowd enthralled, teaching all about his various scaly friends, their diets and their dangers.

Scott Peterson

Scott Peterson, The Reptile Man, made his first appearance of the year Tuesday at the Kids Club at Allan Yorke Park before a crowd of several hundred squirming kids and their parents.

With alligators, skinks and multitude of various snakes, Peterson kept the crowd enthralled, teaching all about his various scaly friends, their diets and their dangers.

Peterson, one of the biggest draws of the summer for the Kids Club, will return at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 20 for a Monday night performance aswell.

This week, Aesop’s Fables performs at 6:30 p.m. Monday with a mixture of Greek fables and then Matt Baker brings his comedy and stunt show to the park for a performance at 11 a.m. Tuesday,

The fun continues the following week with Science on Wheels Monday night and Cap’n Arr on Tuesday.

For more information visit www.citybonneylake.org.

Photos by Brian Beckley

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