Grandparents Day at Seneca Park Zoo
Tuesday, August 25, 2015 3:00 AM
Seneca Park Zoo, 2222 St. Paul St., Rochester
Contact: Pam Cowan, Communications Director
(585) 336-7201 or email@example.com
Honoring Grandparents at Seneca Park Zoo September 13
On Sunday, September 13, Seneca Park Zoo will celebrate National Grandparents Day with activities and an admissions deal to enhance the whole family's experience. Grandparents and grandchildren can enjoy educational bonding time as they explore the Zoo and discover nature together.
Visitors on Grandparents Day will enjoy one free youth (grandchild) admission with one paid adult (grandparent) admission and an encore presentation of our popular Summer Programs. Chat with keepers, watch animal demonstrations and learn more from docents as you explore the Zoo.
Your Zoo is dedicated to ensuring an engaging and accessible experience for people of all ages and abilities: a number of wheelchairs are available at the ZooShop free of charge and exhibits feature animal conservation information interesting to adults, as well as kid-friendly viewing areas and interpretive signage.
A members-only event will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. for grandparents at the following membership levels: Grandparent, Penguin Circle, Otter Circle and Partners in Conservation.
At this members-only event, grandparent members will enjoy a coupon for a free cup of coffee, make crafts with their grandchildren, learn about the animals through docent touch tables and have fun with temporary tattoos for the kids.
Grandparent Level membership covers year-round admission for two named adults and their grandchildren ages 18 and younger, early admission, discounts on admission at 170 other zoos and aquariums around the country, exclusive event invitations and more.
Become a Grandparent Level member to enjoy these benefits and the members-only event on Grandparents Day. Call (585) 336-7212 for details or visit www.senecaparkzoo.org.
Internationally, and in our own backyard, Seneca Park Zoo plays a key role in species survival. Chartered as an educational institution in 1957 by New York State, the Seneca Park Zoo Society plays an integral role in supporting Monroe County, the owners and operators of the Zoo. Together, we are working to bring animals back from the brink of extinction.