Education Programs for January
Adult Education Program
Canvas and Conservation
Want to spend a fun night out creating a masterpiece on canvas while also experiencing our animals and contributing directly to our conservation programs? This new monthly program will be held on
Thursday, February 11th 6pm-8pm.
$5 from each program fee will be put into our conservation projects fund for 2016. Canvas, paint and other materials needed are included in the program fee. This month we will be feeling the love with this cute cup (or teacup if you want to get fancy)!
$25 Non Members/$20 Members Class maximum of 18 people, pre-registration required by noon the day of the event by calling 315.782.6180 and paying over the phone or registering online
here for the 11th
This program is available for private parties, FRG meetings or any other type of gathering by appointment. Please call 315.755.0896 or email
for more information or to register for the monthly program.
Wild Tots: Friday, February 5th and Friday February 19th 10am-10:45am
Keep the smallest human critters occupied for 45 minutes with animals, sensory activities and crafts.
Because of a recent increase in participants and to better facilitate our programming, we are offering two classes a month with a cap of fifteen children a class.
$3.00 for Non-Members/ $2.40 For Members
Pre-Registration is requested, please call 315.782.6180
Zoofari Camp: Mid Winter Edition
The session is held from 8am - 4pm daily, with after camp care until 5:00 offered for an additional $5 a day.
Daily Rates (Lunch and snack is included):
Members $20/Child/Day ($100/Week) Non Members: $25/Child/Day ($125/Week)
In the case of extreme inclement weather, refunds will be made as the program is canceled. Programs will only be canceled following a no travel advisory for Jefferson County.
This mid winter break camp will be exploring all the science experiments that can be done with snow and the interesting ways that our animals, and animals around the world get through the winter. Additionally, we will be making some observations as citizen scientists that will be used to "ground truth" satelli
te weather data and contribute to our understanding of weather as a science!
Campers will spend the week learning, playing and creating! Participants should bring warm clothes to wear as small portions of each day will be spent outside depending on weather conditions.
To purchase online, our website for the link on the webpage. You will be emailed additional paperwork to fill out and return, or it will be required the morning of the first day your child attends camp. For questions, or to register over the phone call (315)804-6225 or email email@example.com.