Monday, May 23, 2016

Summer Safari Friday Nights

Posted By on Mon, May 23, 2016 at 11:00 AM

Family, food, fun and furry friends, Reid Park Zoo's Summer Safari Nights has it all! 

Enjoy the Zoo every Friday evening of the summer, with live music, animal features and dining. 
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Each week will have a different theme.

The first Summer Safari kicked off last Friday, but there's still plenty of time to go on an adventure. 

The themes for the remaining nights are as follows:

May 27: Hooray for Underdogs: Meet the Zoo's Lesser Known Animals
June 3: Animal Playground: Watch Training and Enrichment with Zoo Animals. 
June 10: Buggin' Out : Meet the Animals that Dine on Bugs
June 17: Hats Off to Dads: Learn about our Zoo Dads
June 24: Go Grey: Elephant and Rhino Night
July 1: Spots and Stripes Forever: Zoo Animals with Spots and Stripes
July 8: Staying Cool at the Zoo: Learn how the Animals Stay Cool at the Zoo

The last Summer Safari Friday Night will be on Friday, July 8. Safari nights offers families the chance to enjoy a picnic concert or wander through the zoo, learning about animals and participating in wildlife activities. 

Wondering how much these fun filled nights cost? Look no further. $9 for adults, $7 for seniors, $5 for children, children 2 years and under are free and members get $2 off. 

Sound like fun? Follow the Summer Safari Facebook or check out their website for more information.  

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