Logan Adair, of Edgerton, feels the scales of a western fox snake, which Christoffel has had since 1998.
Austin Freye, of Stoughton, watches an ornate box turtle walk toward him and his mom, Katy.
Andrew Snethen, 3, of Edgerton, reacts after seeing a turtle.
A blanding's turtle is shown in front of the Sustainble Stoughton tree sign.
Sustainable Stoughton's Green Thursday event on June 25 featured Rebecca Christoffel, founder of the Snake Conservation Society, and live animals such as turtles and snakes for families to touch and learn about at the EMS community room.
Christoffel shows the audience a western fox snake, which she has had since 1998.
Maleah Burian, 9, of Stoughton, reacts after touching a hognose snake.
Jude Surrell, 7, of Stoughton, touches a hognose snake.
Hermanson siblings Alejandra, 13, Nora, 4, and Sam, 2, watch an ornate box turtle walk across the table.
Tej Hansen-Hoke, 4, of Edgerton, smiles after touching a hognose snake.
Darlene and Tara Holte, of Stoughton, look at a hognose snake held by Christoffel.