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The Salisbury Zoo

Rou nd out you r v i sit to t he Salisbury Zoo by stopping for a snack at the newly opened Beastro food concession stand, and checking out the Ocelot Spot Gift Shop. Or, you can play at Ben’s Red Swings playground, right outside the Zoo’s west entrance. You can also enjoy a picnic along the edges of Beaver Dam Creek. Whatever you choose to do with your time at the Salisbury Zoological Park, it will be time well spent. T h e Z o o i s o p e n e v e r y d a y, year round, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (except Tha n k sg iv ing a nd Christmas days). For mor e i n for m at ion ab out t he S a l i sbu r y Z o o, v i sit w w w. SalisburyZoo.org.

from local wineries, live music from On The Edge and Test Kitchen, live and silent auctions, live animal enrichment activities, and plenty of fun! The 21 and up event will run from 5 to 10 p.m., with food being served until 7:30 p.m. Dress is safari casual. Tickets are $60 and can be purchased online at www. RenewTheZoo.com, or by calling Cathy at 443-735-9577. Currently the DZS is collaborating on the Zoo’s largest project ~ the Animal Health Clinic. This stateof-the-art facility w ill include a l a b or ator y, s u r ge r y/t r e at me nt r o om, r ad iolog y r o om, a nd a n animal quarantine.

Salisbury Zoo programs serve more than 20,000 local students per year. 68

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