2013 Weekly Media Send Outs
Toronto Zoo Weekly Feature - Wednesday, 2013-10-23
Saturday, October 26th
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Join us for a truly unique, and chilling, Halloween presentation where we explore the mystery and symbolism of death. The evening includes a special talk about the weird and wild ways that animals and plants associate with death. We will also dispel myths on some of the world's deadliest animals and plants, get to the bottom of how some animals can actually use death to their advantage, and take you (if you dare) on a tour of our Wildlife Health Centre.
COST (per adult 18+ years of age):
$15 Zoo Member, $17 Non-Member
to register and for more program information.
Enjoy The Beautiful Fall Colours And Crisp Cool Air This Weekend At The Toronto Zoo - We're Open Year Round!
Canada's premiere zoo offers over 5,000 animals, five warm and luscious tropical pavilions, with exotic animals at every turn, daily Keeper Talks and scenic walking trails. Enjoy the many fall harvest photo opportunities on-site, take in a keeper talk and you may even see some of your favorite animals enjoying a special pumpkin treat!
Did you know the Zoo is open year-round excluding December 25th? There is lots to see and do throughout all four seasons here at the Toronto Zoo!
Monday, November 11, 2013
Ceremony begins promptly at 10:55am
Veterans and the general public are invited to join in remembering and honouring the many wartime sacrifices that Canadians have made for their country. Admission for veterans and all guests attending the ceremony is free from 9:30 am to 11:00 am.
The year round parking fee will be in effect except for VIP's, Veterans in uniform or with medals, crests or other military affiliation insignia, as well as any other persons in uniform, including serving members of the armed forces, police, fire, ambulance and TTC.
Bear Necessities: Ice. Food. Cubs. - Vote NOW until Oct 31!
The Toronto Zoo is proud to be selected as one of the project's in Shell's FuellingChange Initiative and YOU can help! In the running to win $100,000, the Bear Necessities project will support polar bears through Toronto Zoo's conservation, education and research programs.
Visit our Bear Necessities page at www.fuellingchange.com for exciting updates, photos and video of Hudson - a Toronto Zoo superstar! Vote NOW at www.fuellingchange.com
Toronto Zoo's Mobile Giving Has Launched in Support of Conservation!
The Toronto Zoo launched its Mobile Giving program in early August - and YOU can help support the Zoo with a simple text message. Making a $5.00 donation to support conservation at the Toronto Zoo is an easy as texting ZOOPANDA to 41010. A one-time donation will be added to the donor's mobile phone bill. Call #416-392-9105 for more information!
PICTURE OF THE WEEK:
Photo Credit: Toronto Zoo
Our female Indian Rhino, "Ashakiran", is getting into the Fall spirit by enjoying a special pumpkin treat on Thanksgiving! Yummy! Drop by this weekend and visit the Indian Rhinos!
JOKE OF THE WEEK:
Q: How do spiders communicate?
A: Through the World Wide Web.
Looking to add some adventure to your next Corporate Event?
Why not bring your herd to the wildest venue in town-The Toronto Zoo.
CLICK HEREfor full details on our extensive Corporate Events Package or to book your event today!
Current Zoo Hours: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, daily.
*Please note hours change to 9:30 am to 4:30 pm as of Nov 1st.
Last admissions one hour before closing.
The Toronto Zoo is open year round (except Dec. 25th).
General Admission (13-64 incl): $28
Seniors (65+): $23
Children (3-12): $18
Children (2 and under): FREE
Prices include tax as applicable
Parking is $10
For more information, contact Lesley Dean at (416) 392-5939.
Events and admission prices subject to change without notice.
For general information visit torontozoo.com.
Toronto Zoo is accredited by CAZA (Canada's Accredited Zoos and Aquariums). Look for this logo whenever you visit a Canadian zoo as your assurance that you are supporting a facility dedicated to providing excellent care for animals, a great experience for you, and a better future for all living things. For more information, visit caza.ca.