December Zoo Gift - Milwaukee Public Schools


December Zoo Gift - Milwaukee Public Schools
The Greater Milwaukee
Foundation is celebrating its
centennial with a gift for you —
six days of free admission
and parking at the
Milwaukee County Zoo
Spend your final week of 2015 at the Zoo – for FREE! Visit
the animals – including the zoo’s newest resident, Asa
the snow leopard – and enjoy a host of special activities
including craft projects, zookeeper talks and ice carving.
• Animal Talks – Zoo Pride volunteers at various exhibits will
make special presentations to visitors, explaining animals’
daily care, interesting facts and answering questions.
Saturday, Dec. 26 –
Thursday, Dec. 31
• Animal Enrichment – Zookeepers will demonstrate the art and
9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
• Ice Carving – Professional ice carvers will demonstrate their
Milwaukee County Zoo
10001 W. Bluemound Road
Milwaukee, WI 53226
• Craft Projects – Children and guests of all ages are invited to
science of animal enrichment, the necessary activities to keep
Zoo animals engaged and healthy.
unique talent in this seasonal artistic medium with custom
sculptures featured throughout the grounds.
create animal-related crafts and projects
• Kohl’s Wild Theater – The Zoological Society of Milwaukee’s
award-winning theater act will present two live entertaining
and educational performances per day.
Free parking
• Post-a-Hope – The Foundation invites guests of all ages
For more information:
to offer their hopes for the future of the community by
participating in a unique “Post-a-Hope” project available at
the Zoo at various times throughout the week. Inspiration and
aspirations are welcome!
The Greater Milwaukee Foundation is celebrating 100 years of service in 2015 by
providing the public with monthly Gifts to the Community - unique experiences that
showcase the people, places and opportunities that make our community special.
Learn more at
1915 - 2015
Greater Milwaukee
greater together
Each month, thanks to a
partnership with Fox6 Milwaukee,
the Foundation has announced a
new Gift to the Community.

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