Trunkline Magazine (Louisville Zoo) December 2018 - Page 20

METAZOO SAFARI DAY CAMPS WINTER CAMPS JANUARY 2 – 4 Hours Drop Off: 8 – 9 a.m. Camp: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Pick up: 4 – 5 p.m. Pricing $53 per day Members $59 per day Non-Members Pre K – Kindergarten Animals at Work Animals must work to survive: to find food and build a home, and to protect themselves from other animals. Come and learn the ways animals work (and work together) and observe animals at work right here at the Zoo. Grades 1 – 3 Wild Winter Wildlife is everywhere — even in your own backyard. In this camp, we’ll explore animals that don’t fly south when the weather gets cold. Take a walk to the Wetlands trail to explore native wildlife and learn how animals in Kentucky adapt to the winter weather. Grades 4 – 6 Survival Skills Animals have amazing adaptations to help them survive in the wild, but how would you do? In this camp, we’ll learn about how animals adapt — and we'll learn some survival skills of our own. SPRING & SUMMER CAMPS We’re gearing up for an exciting spring and summer and can’t wait to see you. Programs go on sale in February 2019! Spend your school breaks at the wildest camp in town! All camps include zoo walks, presentations, attraction rides, and up close encounters with Zoo ambassador animals. Convenient hours for parents make the Zoo the perfect choice for families! You'll be able to choose a camp based on your child’s grade level. Parents should provide a lunch and snack for their child each day. Spring Break Camp April 1 – 5, 2019 Prices Daily: $53 Members | $59 non-Members Full Week: $265 Members | $295 Non-Members Summer Camp 2019 Weekly (beginning June 10, 2019) Prices 1 week: $265 Members | $295 Non-Members 2 week: $515 Members | $575 Non-Members Snow Leopard Day Saturday, March 9 • 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Designed for preschool children and their families — Snow Leopard Day will give families the opportunity to explore our newest exhibit, Snow Leopard Pass, as well as The Cub House presented by PNC, the Zoo’s first dedicated early learning play space. Join us for hands-on activities, exploration stations to learn about the snow leopard and their native habitat, and conservation efforts that are helping people learn to live in balance with these magnificent animals. FREE for families with Zoo admission. Part of My Big Little Adventure, a new collaborative project between Bernheim Forest, 4C, Family Scholar House, the Louisville Zoo, Stage One Family Theater and the Kentucky Science Center. 20 • Louisville Zoo Trunkline • Winter 2018 Programs go on sale In early Feb. 2019