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Boo at the Zoo - Queens Zoo
Add to Calendar 26-10-2013 27-10-2013 15 Boo at the Zoo Get ready for spine-tingling surprises as the animals receive scrumptious Halloween treats. Enjoy face-painting and pumpkin picking and stop by the Farm for a spooky animal presentation. Children ages 12 and younger in costume get free admission when accompanied by an adult. Activities Include: Pumpkin Enrichment Watch the zoo's pumas and Andean bears tear into terrifying treat-filled pumpkins! Time: Pumas at 1pm; Bears at 2:30pm Pick a Perfect Pumpkin The first 200 zoo-goers each day can pick and decorate their own Halloween pumpkins at the patch on the zoo's Farm. Face Painting Be a lion, puma, or bear for Halloween! Time: 12?3pm Haunted Habitat Enjoy a frighteningly good time in the zoo's Wild Room, which will be decorated for Halloween. Time: 11am-4pm Spooky Animal Presentations Enjoy spooky animal presentations featuring snakes and other creepy-crawlers on the Farm. Time: 1:30pm and 3pm Trick-or-Treat Stop by treat stations located around the zoo to sweeten your day. Time: 11am-4pm http://www.nymetroparents.com/2014neweventinfo.cfm?id=147838 Queens Zoo true DD/MM/YYYY  

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Date: October 26, 2013 through October 27, 2013
Hours: 11am-4pm
Ages: All Ages
Price: Zoo admission: $8; $6 seniors ages 65 and older; $5 children ages 3-12; free for children younger than 3 and children 12 and younger in costume

Address:
53-51 111th St.
Corona, NY 11368

Phone: 718-271-1500
Website: queenszoo.com

Description: Get ready for spine-tingling surprises as the animals receive scrumptious Halloween treats. Enjoy face-painting and pumpkin picking and stop by the Farm for a spooky animal presentation.

Children ages 12 and younger in costume get free admission when accompanied by an adult.

Activities Include: Pumpkin Enrichment Watch the zoo's pumas and Andean bears tear into terrifying treat-filled pumpkins! Time: Pumas at 1pm; Bears at 2:30pm

Pick a Perfect Pumpkin The first 200 zoo-goers each day can pick and decorate their own Halloween pumpkins at the patch on the zoo's Farm.

Face Painting Be a lion, puma, or bear for Halloween! Time: 12?3pm

Haunted Habitat Enjoy a frighteningly good time in the zoo's Wild Room, which will be decorated for Halloween. Time: 11am-4pm

Spooky Animal Presentations Enjoy spooky animal presentations featuring snakes and other creepy-crawlers on the Farm. Time: 1:30pm and 3pm

Trick-or-Treat Stop by treat stations located around the zoo to sweeten your day. Time: 11am-4pm

Venue Description: The Queens Zoo, an affiliate of the Wildlife Conservation Society, opened its doors in 1992 to advance wildlife conservation, promote the study of zoology, and most importantly to visitors, to serve as a first-class zoo. Through fun and informative events, the Queens Zoo educates children and adults about the importance of wild animal advocacy and protection. Through entertainment like the Wildlife Theater Players? musical puppet performances and teen wildlife science career exploration programs, young people have opportunities to expand their knowledge of the animal kingdom.

Exhibits and attractions include an aviary, which gives guests a birds-eye view of animals from the forest floor to the treetops; the farm of domestic animals where llamas, sheep, and pigs can be found; the South American Trail, which is dense with deer, bears, and parrots; and the Woodland Trail, complete with lynx, puma, and owls. If guests wish to get closer to certain animals, make a stop at one of the petting zoos or touch exhibits throughout the grounds.

There are a number of children's, family, school, and summer programs to choose from that all offer up-close animal encounters, behind-the-scenes tours led by zoo educators, and information on every animal in the zoo. Since the Wildlife Conservation Society is a nonprofit organization, volunteer work is very important to the progress and success of the zoo. Volunteer opportunities are available year-round to applicants 18 years and older. Birthday parties are welcome and can be celebrated with organized arts and crafts, animal petting areas, and zookeeper meet and greets.

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