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Saturday, September 1, 2012

What's new at the Toronto Zoo, throughout Labour Day Weekend

News Release
What better place to visit this long weekend than the Toronto Zoo! Grab your troop and head to the wildest summer adventure in Toronto!
 Round up the kids and chill out in Splash Island, the coolest spot in the Zoo! It's two magical acres of hands-on, non-stop family fun amidst waterslides, bigger than life water-spouting animals, a waterfall, lots of misters, and way-cool tipping buckets. But keep in mind - while the kids are screaming with delight, they're also learning all about which plants and animals live in different bodies of water!
Come out to the Zoo this LONG weekend and have a "splashing" good time!

Saturday, September 1
Show your Canon Camera at the Canon tent near the Zoo's Front Entrance for one free child admission and learn how to take the best photo at the Zoo with help of Canon photo experts!
Saturday, September 1
Did you know that vultures can soar for 6 hours without flapping their wings! Want to learn more cool facts? Come to the zoo  and see first hand how the Toronto Zoo is helping vultures in the wild.
Saturday, September 8
Have you ever wanted to ask a paramedic or an Emergency Medical Dispatcher just how they do their job? Take the opportunity to meet the men and women of Toronto EMS who proudly serve the citizens of our great city and take part in our free CPR demonstrations and other informative displays.
Monday, September 10
The Toronto Zoo loves Seniors, so today Seniors 65+ receive free admission and a free Zoomobile ride all day pass.
Sunday, September 2
11:00 am to 4:00 pm Americas Pavilion
Come celebrate the return of the black-footed ferrets with us. We will feature two special Meet the Black-footed Ferret Keeper presentations at 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm where you will learn how the Toronto Zoo helped bring this species back from the brink of extinction and the long journey ferret kits (babies) take from the breeding centres back to the wild. You will also have the chance to get up close and personal with some of the zoo's domestic ferrets!
Participants Needed: Visitor Experience Study!
Create a shareable muti-medai travel journal of your group's visit to the Toronto Zoo while helping the Zoo with important educational research!
Participant groups will carry out a visit to the Toronto Zoo using the "mobilytrip" app on their personal mobile device to create a real-time, multi-media journal of their experience on site.
Zoo Members will receive one guest pass for free admission and Non-Members will receive half-price admission for them and their group on the day you participate in the study!
For more information please contact edresearch@torontozoo.ca.  
Enjoy meeting people, learning new things, and interacting with visitors as part of our team of Year-round Volunteers. We are looking for adult Volunteers to help out on weekends or weekdays, 2-4 shifts per month, year-round.
Visit torontozoo.com, or call 416-392-5942 for more information and how to get an application form.
Applications are due no later than Friday September 14, 2012.
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 HERE for full details on our extensive Corporate Events Package or to book your event today!
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ZOO HOURSCurrent Zoo hours - 9:30 am to 6:30 pm daily
Last admissions one hour before closing.
The Toronto Zoo is open year round (except Dec. 25th).
ADMISSION FEESGeneral Admission (13-64 incl): $25
Seniors (65+): $20
Children (4-12): $15
Children (3 and under): FREE
Prices include tax as applicable
Parking is $10
For more information, contact Lesley Dean at (416) 392-5974

Events and admission prices subject to change without notice.
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Toronto Zoo is accredited by CAZA (Canadian Association of 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 www.caza.ca.

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