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Don’t fret if you haven’t found a babysitter this Friday night; you can still have fun with the kids. Get out of work early and take your family to see Safari Nights: Animals in the Sky (Constellations) presented by MedExpress at the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society. At an evening filled with an abundance of activities and giveaways, you can relax and have fun with everyone while watching animals in the night’s sky. After you have finished stargazing, you’ll still have plenty of entertaining options: roving animal encounters, keeper talks, training sessions, and an interactive fountain, for starters. Children can play games and make crafts in the Florida Pioneer House or have their faces painted by Glass Productions’ Purple People Eaters Face Painting. There’ll also be music by Noisy Neighbors DJ & Dance Party and an animal art expo by Paws for a Cause. Families can also enjoy the dinner specials in the Tropics Café and photo opportunities with the Zoo Crew’s Costume Characters: Kiwi the Koala, Timmy the Tiger, Crash the Cardinal, and Speedy the Sea Turtle. And for those who need a break from the chaos, adults can enjoy live music on the Tropics Café Deck Overlooking Baker Lake. Giveaways and admission to the Tropics Café Deck are available on a limited basis. Immerse yourself in the spirit of the animals by coming dressed to match the theme and have the chance to win a Palm Beach Zoo prize pack valued at $150. For pricing, visit Admission includes access to the entire zoo. Email [email protected]
Fri., July 25, 2014
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Gillian Speiser
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