Trunkline Magazine (Louisville Zoo) Trunkline Magazine: March 2016 - Page 10

10 • The Louisville Zoo Trunkline • Spring 2016 SAVE THE DATE! Saturday, March 26, 2016 EGGSTRAVAGANZA 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bring your basket and hop on over for this EGG–citing day. Help us hunt for the elusive golden egg, hidden in a field full of thousands of colorful eggs. All eggs can be redeemed for a prize following the hunt, but if you’re lucky enough to spot the golden egg, we have a special prize for you! Don’t forget to try out some of our EGGcellent games. The day wouldn’t be complete without a visit from the Easter Bunny. Be sure to bring your camera! LEGO® FANS! SNEAK PEEK: THE PLIGHT OF ENDANGERED WILDLIFE April 14 – May 5 L EGO® Fans! Artist Sean Kenney’s Nature Connects® has returned to the Louisville Zoo with more amazing sculptures made from LEGO bricks. Get a sneak peak at “The Plight of Endangered Wildlife” exhibit that will be here in 2018. The three-sculpture preview will be at the Zoo April 14 through May 5 as part of Party for the Planet: A Month-Long Celebration of the Earth, powered by LG&E and KU. This sneak peak includes three magnificent larger-than-life LEGO brick animals including: • Snow Leopard Number of Bricks Used: 63,379 | Hours to Build: 416 • Whooping Crane Number of Bricks used: 43,678 | Hour to Build: 242 • Polar Bear Number of Bricks used: 133,263 | Hour to Build: 852 Created from nearly 250,000 LEGO bricks! We invite you to revisit childhood, challenge your master builder aspirations and find fresh connections with nature this spring. Signs at each installation will help visitors learn more about the construction of the sculptures made with LEGO bricks and the endangered wildlife they depict. The exhibit is FREE with Zoo admission. Nature Connects 2016 is part of: Party for the Planet: A Month-Long Celebration of the Earth Powered by