These 90-minute programs focus on a special animal or area of the Zoo and present opportunities for adult/child pairs to make discoveries together. Programs include a lesson, activities, a craft, and an up close program animal encounter.
Members: $14 per child
Non-members: $42 per child (includes Zoo admission)
*Children must be accompanied by an adult. No younger or older siblings.*
Due to increasing costs associated with registration processing, there will be a $5 service fee for all requests to change the day or time of your class after your original registration. The fee will be charged for each child registered. We thank you for your understanding.
Registration opens August 13th!
Dates & Themes:
"E" is for Elephant
Two ears, four legs and one long trunk. Elephants are extraordinary creatures and are the largest living land animals. Explore more about them in this excellent elephant class.
Some might think they're spooky but snakes are really quite spectacular. Get your slither on in this very reptilian class where you'll learn why snakes shed their skin, stick out their tongue and sleep with their eyes open. Ssssounds splendid!
Pretty in Pink Flamingos
Wait, are they really pink? Their head is pink, their neck is pink, their body is pink, their wings are pink, their ankles are pink, their feet are pink, and even their eyes are a pale shade of...pink. Yes!! But only when they eat food that turns them pink. Join us at the Zoo and learn about the different things flamingos eat to turn pink.
They're slippery, they're silly, and they're one of the most curious animals living in the sea. The seals are here so let's get seally, whoops I mean silly.
Hop, swim, fly, slither and walk! Learn all about animal locomotion and try different ways of getting from one place to another.
Howl with me, OOOOOWWWWooooooooo!! Do you know what it means to rally, or what an invitation to play looks like? Find your inner wolf during this class as we act out different wolf behaviors!
We strongly recommend you register online, as this provides the best chance at securing a session you desire. But if you prefer, you may also print out our mail-in registration form and mail them to the Zoo using the instructions provided on the form