Colour slide of children seated at wooden tables pushed together inside the Langley Centennial Museum's program room. One child at the end of the tables, wearing a grey sweater, is standing. Five children on the right side of the tables are seated. All of the children are looking at an otter and an owl, which are in the middle of the tables and which have been preserved through taxidermy. The children have pencils in their hands and paper in front of them. The girl in the right corner of the photograph is wearing a Remembrance Day poppy. There are two adults standing behind the tables: one on the right, wearing a lace shirt, and the one in the background at the far end of the table, wearing dark pants and a collared shirt is Museum instructor Pat Davis. Beside them is a plastic cart with what appears to be a pheasant which has also undergone taxidermy. In the background on the right is an empty museum display case.