Introducing new educational programs just for you and your toddler, ages 18 to 42 months!
The New Zoo now offers educational programs for toddlers! Join us as we explore the fascinating world of animals at the NEW Zoo.
Programs will be offered on select Saturdays in July and August. Each session will last approximately 45 minutes, including play time. A Great Experience for You and Your Child!
For more information or to register your child/group in advance please call 920-662-2405 or email email@example.com
- 7/20-What’s The Big Feel?
- 8/3-Farm Animal Fun
- 8/17-Zoo Music
- 8/31-Claws, Paws, Wings & Things
Animal Tales will be offered all dates during the 1:00 P.M. time slot
- 10:30 A.M.
- 1:00 P.M. (Animal Tales Only)
- 3:00 P.M.
Cost is $4 per child per program, in addition to admission. Adults participate for free with paid admission. Register and pay on arrival or in advance.
For more information or to register your child/group in advance please call 920-662-2405 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us as we read a story about a special animal and meet a live animal up-close and personal.
What’s The Big Feel?
This “tactile” program will allow your toddler to feel some amazing things. We’ll also learn about the best ways to touch and interact with live animals.
Farm Animal Fun
Toddlers and adults alike will explore our Children’s Zoo while feeding and meeting our friendly farm animals.
In this session, we’ll learn about the sounds animals make and even sing along with them.
Claws, Paws, Wings & Things
Your toddler will learn about the different parts of animal as we get up-close and personal with some of our zoo-riffic critters.
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