- 10 - 11:30 a.m. (Grades K-3)
- Noon - 1:30 p.m. (Grades 4-8)
- Note - the March 14, 2017 program is one combined session beginning at 10:30 a.m.
(Registration closes one week prior to event date)
Remaining 2016 Dates and Topics:
December 13 - Reptiles and Amphibians
They might be slimy and slithery, but they play an important role.
2017 Dates and Topics:
January 10 - Zoo Careers
Join us to find out about the various jobs at The Zoo. You just might find one perfect for you!
February 14 - Would This Animal Make a Good Pet?
Discover which animals make good pets and which do not. What's the connection between pets and illegal wildlife trade?
March 14 - Professor Wylde's Animal Training Show
Learn how training techniques that focus on an animal's natural behaviors help to make our Professor Wylde's Animal Show so entertaining and educational. All grades K-8 will meet for this special Homeschool session in the Zoo Auditorium starting at 10:30 a.m.
April 11 - Get "Zoo" Active
We do many things to make sure that we have a healthy lifestyle. Discover how we do the same for our Zoo animals. Wear comfortable shoes because we will be walking all around The Zoo.
September 12 - All About Reptiles
These animals play an important role in our ecosystem.
October 10 - What is Biomimicry?
Sometimes nature can provide the blueprint to solve our challenges.
November 14 - All About Birds
This is a very diverse group of animals with interesting methods of survival.
December 12 - Enrichment for Our Animals
Learn about all of the creative ways we enrich the live of our Zoo animals.