Where the Wild Kids Are

3930 West Land Park Dr.

Free with Park admission (Free/Kids: $7.25/ Senior: $10.50/ Regular: $11.25) or with membership

All ages

On the first Saturday of every month, the Sacramento Zoo holds “Where the Wild Kids Are,” where local businesses, non-profits and vendors can hold booths and display their goods. There is also live music and different projects for the kids to do around the zoo.

The participants listed on the Zoo’s website are:

Educational Homestay Programs
Friends of San Juan de Oriente
Friends of the Sacramento Public Library
Gus the Green tree frog, Sacramento Zoo Mascot
Jinan Sacramento Sister Cities Corporation
Kids Care Dental
K12
Sacramento Zoo – Share your memories video project
Spanglish Arte
Stretch-n-grow Sacramento

Live entertainment by the following;

12 pm – Irish American Ceili Dancers
1 pm – Balliamo! Italian Cultural Dancers
2 pm – Folklorico Aztlan de Sacramento
2:30 pm – Kaulumele Polynesian Dancers

And, finally….the activities:

Zoo P.I.’s Critter Caper
11:00 am on the amphitheater stage
Wildlife Stage Show
1:30 pm on the amphitheater stage
Keeper Chats – all talks at the exhibit
10:00 am Reptile House
10:30 am Pelican feeding at the lake
2:15 pm Chimpanzee
2:30 pm River Otter
2:45 pm Red River Hog and/or Bongo
Storytime on the Sensory Garden Lawn
10: 00 am
11:00 am
2:00 pm
3:00 pm


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