Fathers get free admission
Help us celebrate your dad (and all of ours!) at Franklin Park and Stone Zoos this Father’s Day, Sunday, June 16, with free admission for all fathers throughout the day. Be sure to visit all of the resident animal dads at both Zoos including Franklin Park Zoo’s western lowland gorilla Kitombe (Kit) and his daughters, and James, a Grant’s zebra, and his offspring Nemo. At Stone Zoo, be sure to visit with white-cheeked gibbon Kien and his offspring Paddy. Bring Dad along with the entire family to either Franklin Park Zoo or Stone Zoo for a memorable day with the unforgettable animals!
At Franklin Park Zoo, Zoo New England’s 2013 radio partner, MAGIC 106.7, will be onsite from noon to 2:00 p.m. with music, games and prizes. Families will also enjoy a 10:30 a.m. musical performance by Marcie, a singer/songwriter who will perform a mix of original and classic songs sure to keep the whole family singing along. Kids will laugh, dance, jump, and learn alongside colorful props, puppets, and stories. Marcie’s songs and interactive activities stimulate children’s creativity, and support self-expression through music and play.
Franklin Park Zoo Admission: Free Admission for all fathers $17.00 for adults; $14.00 for seniors; $11.00 for children (2-12); Children under 2 are free.
Stone Zoo Admission: Free Admission for all fathers $14.00 for adults; $12.00 for seniors; $10.00 for children (2-12); Children under 2 are free.
Franklin Park Zoo, One Franklin Park Road, Boston. Stone Zoo, 149 Pond Street, Stoneham
Submitted by Zoo New England