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Winter Break Daze
December 26, 2013 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Winter break daze is designed to immerse children into the world of wildlife and conservation. Join us for a fun-filled learning adventure that includes live animal presentations, visits to animal exhibits, Q & A sessions with zookeepers, animal enrichment activities, and much more!
Enrollment is on a daily basis or on all 5½ day basis:
|5½ Day rate:||$195||$209|
|Daily rate: (except Dec 31)||$38||$42|
|– Decembert 31||$19||$21|
DROP OFF, PICK UP, AND EXTENDED CARE:
Morning drop off: 8:30-8:50 AM Camp starts promptly @ 9:00 AM!
Afternoon pick up: 3:00-3:20 PM
Extended care: 3:00 – 5:00 PM (not available on Dec 31). Cost: $8 per day per child.
Note: Pre-registration is required and space is limited. For more information, call the Education Department at 305- 255-5551.
Completed Registration form must be submitted with payment by fax, mail or email. Make checks payable to Zoological Society of FL (or ZSF).
- To download registration form, visit www.zoomiami.org.
Mail: Education Department Zoological Society of Florida 12400 SW 152 ST Miami, FL 33177
A confirmation letter will be sent by email or fax when processing is completed. Please allow a minimum of 2-3 business days for processing.
Completed Registration and Medical Information forms must be submitted with payment by fax, mail or email. Make checks payable to Zoological Society of FL (or ZSF).
CANCELLATIONS AND REFUNDS:
Refunds may be requested until Monday, December 23rd, 3:00 PM and are subject to a $15 cancellation fee. After Monday, no credits or refunds will be issued.
Zoo Winter Break Daze Themes Subject to change
Thursday, Dec 26 & Friday, Dec 27
Monday, Dec 30 & Tuesday, Dec 31 (1/2 day)
Cats are fascinating animals! After all, we are talking about tigers, lions, and other fabulous felines. This day of cat encounters will be so filled with fun that will make everyone want to rollover, stretch and roar like a real one.
Thursday, Jan 2 & Tuesday, Jan 3
If you were an elephant, you’d eat over 300 pounds of veggies and hay every day, and if you were a crocodile at the Zoo you’d have to wait a few days until your next meal! Join us and to take a look at some unusual behaviors of hungry, very hungry animals.