SEATTLE, 2017-Jun-09 — /Travel PR News/ —
WHAT: Join Woodland Park Zoo in celebrating its neighbors from Fremont to Phinney Ridge, and Green Lake to Wallingford at HOOT for the HOOD: a neighbor appreciation event. Press is invited to attend.
Woodland Park Zoo is nestled between some of the hippest and most active neighborhoods in Seattle, and the zoo is excited to pay tribute to its supportive neighboring communities.
Neighbors are invited to an after-work mix and mingle at the zoo. Chat with neighbors, meet some new friends, enjoy ice cream and explore the zoo’s Molbak’s Butterfly Garden and Microsoft Pollinator Patio exhibits, home to butterflies and other wild pollinator species. Neighbors are encouraged to bring friends and family to enjoy this exclusive evening.
WHEN: Friday, June 23, 6:30-8:00 p.m.
WHERE: Woodland Park Zoo’s West Plaza. Enter through the West Entrance at Phinney Ave. N. between N. 55th & N. 56th Sts. Park in the Penguin Lot at N. 55th St. & Phinney Ave. N. or Otter Lot off N. 59th St. & Phinney Ave. N.
INFO: HOOT for the HOOD is free to Woodland Park Zoo neighbors and their guests. Attendees are asked to RSVP at zoo.org/neighbors. Evening parking for the event is free. For more information or to RSVP, visit zoo.org/neighbors or call 206.548.2500.
Accredited by the Association of Zoos & Aquariums, award-winning Woodland Park Zoo is famed for pioneering naturalistic exhibits and setting international standards for zoos in animal care, conservation and education programs. Woodland Park Zoo is helping to save animals and their habitats through more than 35 field projects in the Pacific Northwest and around the world. By inspiring people to care and act, Woodland Park Zoo is making a difference in our planet’s future ecological health and sustainability. Free Wi-Fi is available for zoo guests, made possible through products donated by Cisco. For more information, visit www.zoo.org.
Source: Woodland Park Zoo