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Oct. 1st - Apr. 30th
HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS FAN POWERED WORLD TOUR
The Original Harlem Globetrotters are known for their amazing feats of basketball, humor, and acts of goodwill on and off the court. And they have always been about the fans, but this year, everything they do will bring fans closer to the action more than ever before. Join them as they celebrate fans during the all-new Fan Powered World Tour! There will be over 20 occasions before, during and after the game where you have the opportunity to directly interact with Globetrotters stars. Don't miss out - get your tickets today and save 25% off with promo code FUNFAM
Walt Disney World Resort Orlando, FL 32830
Jan. 1st - Dec. 31st
SAVE on Tickets to WALT DISNEY WORLD - ONLINE ONLY - Tickets starting at $42 - You cannot redeem this coupon at the entrance or ticket window. You must go to https://www.orlandofuntickets.com/Magic-Your-Way-Tickets/ to receive your discount and purchase your tickets.
Expires: Jan. 31st, 2020
World Circus Day falls on April 20th, and at Synapse Circus Center, it is an especially auspicious day, for it marks the first year anniversary of us having a building to call our own. We will be celebrating by hosting a day of Teaser Classes where you can come and take a class for free! Teaser Classes for children ages 2 to 16 years of age will be starting every 15 minutes from 1pm-3pm with the last class starting at 2:30pm. We will be doing aerial, tumbling, tightwire, and juggling! For any adults who wish to try out circus, we will be running an Adult Aerial Demo Class at 3pm and 5pm and an Adult Acrobalance Demo Class at the same times. Impress your friends and facebook followers with your newfound balance, strength, and air awareness!
World Circus Day is an annual holiday that is intended to celebrate circus arts and circus culture. Since its international conception in 2010, it has been celebrated worldwide on the third Saturday in April.
Reserve your spot for FREE at www.synpasecircus.com
Hop, skip, and bounce to Woodland Park Zoo as kiddies scamper for eggs on the North Meadow and zoo animals enjoy special Easter-themed treats at the 18th annual Bunny Bounce.
The spring event offers fun egg hunts for children ages 1 to 8, crafts, animal encounters and engaging zoo programs throughout the day. Space for egg hunts might be limited and is open on a first-come, first-served basis. As part of the zoo's conservation mission, families must bring their own egg hunt basket or reusable bag.
For the health and well-being of the zoo's animals, candy is not placed inside the eggs - egg hunt participants receive their treats as they exit the zoo. Candy will be provided by companies who are members of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil, and are committed to sourcing certified sustainable palm oil. Visit www.zoo.org/palmoil for information.
Grizzlies, lions, otters, penguins, and other animal residents will celebrate the season of spring with favorite treats such as Easter baskets lined with flowers and berries. The special treats are part of the zoo's excellent animal care program to help enrich the lives of the zoo's animals. The safe activities help encourage natural animal behavior, keep animals mentally and physically stimulated and engage zoo visitors.
Bunny Bounce and Easter treats for animals: Saturday, April 20
Bunny Bounce: 9:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Egg hunts for ages 3 and under at the Picnic Shelter near the North Meadow: 9:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Egg hunts for ages 3-5 and 6-8 in the North Meadow: every 30 mins. 10:00 a.m.-noon and 1:00-2:30 p.m.
Easter treats for animals
Sloth Bears 10:00
Snow Leopards 10:45
Kunekune Pigs 11:30
River Otters 11:30
Asian Small-clawed Otters 11:45
Steer, Miniature Donkeys noon
Ring-tailed Lemurs 1:00 (weather dependent)
Red Ruffed Lemurs 1:30 (weather dependent)
Visayan Warty Pigs 1:30
Wallaroos and Wallabies 2:30
Woodland Park Zoo: Enter through West Entrance at Phinney Ave. N. between N. 55th & N. 56th Sts. or South Entrance at N. 50th St. & Fremont Ave. N.
Bunny Bounce and Easter treats for the animals are free with zoo admission or membership. Admission April 1-Sept.30: Adult (13-64) $22.95; Child (3-12) $13.95; Toddler (0-2) Free. Active, retired, and veteran U.S. military and their families, seniors and people with physical disabilities receive an admission discount. Zoo members receive free admission year round. Parking: $6 plus applicable state and local taxes.
Save $2 off zoo admission by presenting a valid Metro bus transfer or ORCA card as proof of ridership at any zoo entrance. Bike to the zoo and save $2 off by presenting a bike helmet, optionally with a Bike Benefits sticker, as proof of ridership at any zoo entrance. For bus service to the zoo, visit: www.metro.kingcounty.gov.
Avoid lines at the gate and get your tickets for Bunny Bounce now at www.zoo.org/visit or become a member for unlimited and quick admission all year long! Discounts and coupons are not applicable for online tickets.
For more information or to become a zoo member, visit www.zoo.org or call 206.548.2500
Meet and greet ambassador animals, check out Woodland Park Zoo's new Mobile Zoo and pay tribute to Duwamish Valley Youth Corps (DVYC) for their environmental service in the community. The public is invited to meet zoo staff and animals, learn more about the contributions of DVYC's teens, and chat with The Seattle Public Library and other community partners.
The Duwamish Valley Youth Corps is a paid environmentally-based job skills program for teens that supports restoration and revitalization of the community, including participating in Duwamish Alive! on April 20.
Saturday, April 27, 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
South Park Community Center (outdoors)
8319 8th Ave. S., Seattle, WA 98108
Woodland Park Zoo's ambassador animals and new Mobile Zoo. Approximately 30 - 40 teens are expected to attend, along with The Seattle Public Library and the South Park community. Special guests include Seattle City Councilmember Lisa Herbold and Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition Executive Director Paulina Lopez.
The Duwamish Valley Youth Corps program is shepherded by the Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition (Technical Advisory Group for the Lower Duwamish Waterway Superfund site). Several goals of the program include: training and engaging youth in environmental and community health projects; stewardship and community cleanup events; work on graffiti painting supporting the public safety priorities; work on air pollution providing neighbors air filters to improve indoor air pollution.
Woodland Park Zoo will use the new Mobile Zoo to bring ambassador animals to community events and schools throughout the region to help increase inclusion and participation among audiences who have previously experienced geographic, economic, cultural or ability barriers; and to offer programs that build connection, empathy, and respect and appreciation for wildlife.
For more information or to become a zoo member, visit www.zoo.org or call 206.548.2500.
Founded in 1899, Woodland Park Zoo engages more than a million visitors of all ages, backgrounds, abilities, and walks of life in extraordinary experiences with animals, inspiring them to make conservation a priority in their lives. The zoo is helping to save animals and their habitats in the wild through more than 35 field projects in the Pacific Northwest and around the world. Woodland Park Zoo is accredited by the Association of Zoos & Aquariums and certified by the rigorous American Humane Conservation program. The Humane Certified seal of approval is another important validation of the zoo's long-standing tradition of meeting the highest standards in animal welfare. Visit www.zoo.org and follow the zoo on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.