Education Programs for October
Adult Education Program *New 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, November 12th or Friday, November 13th from 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.
$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 12th
here for the 13th
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.
Zoo Day Camps
Both programs are open to ages 3 and up( as long as they are potty trained). We will have many staff people on hand to separate out the age groups so all ages can have a great zoo experience. To register for either click the links below or call 315.782.6180. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Pricing is $40/child for non members, $32/child for members. Discounts will be given for multiple children, please call to register for this discount.
Veterans Day Camp-
November 11th from 8am to 5pm
A day off of school can still be a day of learning here at the Zoo. We will be doing activities, crafts and animals demonstrations as well as providing lunch. To register online, click
Drop and Shop
Give yourself some time to start your holiday shopping without your little helpers around. Drop the kiddos off and let us entertain them for the day! We will be doing activities, crafts and animals demonstrations as well as providing lunch. To register online, click
Wild Tots: November 6th 10am-10:45am
Keep the smallest human critters occupied for 45 minutes with animals, sensory activities and crafts. This months topic is animals preparing for winter.
$3.00 for Non-Members/ $2.40 For Members
Pre-Registration is requested, please call 315.782.6180
Academy: *October Program being rescheduled for November*
Poems have a special way of bringing nature to life;join us later this month
for an afternoon of poetry and hiking at the Joseph A. Blake Wildlife Sanctuary in Rutland. You will not want to miss it.
There will be poetry readings and nature themed activities along with a visit from Slater our resident screech owl. This program is being held in conjunction with Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust as part of the Home School Academy. We will be meeting at the Joseph A. Blake Wildlife Sanctuary parking area located on Middle Road in Rutland. Please contact Fawn at email@example.com or 315-779-2239 to RSVP. This program has no fees.