Breakfast with the Animals: Partake with the Predators
This event posted by: clinton
Saturday, September 20, 2014
8:30 am - 10:30 am
Mill Mountain Zoo
Mill Mountain Park
Roanoke, VA 24014
540-343-3241 ext. 23
Click to Email for Registration Form
$8 and up
Pre-Registration REQUIRED! Join us at the Mill Mountain Zoo every 3rd Saturday, May-October for a unique opportunity to have breakfast with the animals. Guests will be treated to a light breakfast buffet and the chance to meet one of the zoo’s education outreach animals. This will be immediately followed by a special chat with zookeepers as they amaze our guests with more fun and educational facts about our animal residents. This intimate experience will allow zoo visitors to learn more about various animals’ diets, behavior and personalities. Following the chat, there will be a child-focused and parent-assisted project and activity sheet that will be designed to further foster excitement and knowledge about the featured animals. Saturday, September 20-Partake with the Predators Many animals get their food by hunting, catching and eating other animals. Come enjoy a nice breakfast at the zoo, and then hear about how some of the zoo’s animals are perfectly adapted to be effective predators. After the chat, children will create a Model Magic sculpture of their favorite predator and do a similarly themed activity sheet to explore even more!
Contact Bambi Godkin at firstname.lastname@example.org for current registration form. Return registration form with full payment to at least 3 days prior to program. Pre-Registration Required!
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