An early Halloween season event is “Boo at the Zoo” coming up Saturday (Oct. 9) at the Willow Park Zoo Stacy Nymer is the zoo’s Education Coordinator. “Whole families like to come, but we do have a lot of activities geared towards children 12 and under, things that are available with the purchase of a punch pass,” she said. Nymer said the popular fortune telling booth is back along with the bat cave. “That’s kind of like a fishing pond game. We have crafts, making pirate bookmarks, plus we have a game alleyway, which is new this year. It’s multiple games made by a Cache Valley resident and we’re very fortunate to have him come down and make our game alleyway this year. Nymer said several local business and organizations will be on hand with booths and kids will be able to trick or treat to those booths. “We provide trick or treat bags and they’re welcomed to come dressed up; even adults can dress up if they want. It’s a really fun time for the kids.” The punch card, which costs $6, includes admission and allows children to visit the various booths at the zoo. Nymer said anyone else visiting the zoo just to see the animals is welcome to pay normal admission (50 cents for children, $1 for adults). The Sixth Annual “Boo at the Zoo” is a midday event (11 a.m. to 3 p.m.) Saturday at the Willow Park Zoo.
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