Summer Safari Final Friday Night at Reid Park Zoo - Tucson News Now

Summer Safari Friday Nights at Reid Park Zoo

Summer Safari Nights coming to a close at Reid Park Zoo

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

If you're Looking for something the whole family can do on a Friday night, look no further than Reid Park Zoo's final Summer Safari Night.  It's a great chance to enjoy the Zoo during the cooler evenings and enjoy animal encounters, entertainment, games, & face painting for the kids.

Summer Safari Nights started in June, and Friday, July 12th is the final night this summer.  The fun goes from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Reid Park Zoo. That's located at 3400 E. Zoo Court, just off Broadway Blvd. 

The last night features highlighted themes and activities.  Parents and kids can learn tips on how to take a good photo from staff of Jones Photo.  They can also visit a variety of vendors for games, crafts and fun.

For more information, please call 520-881-4753 or visit the Zoo on the web at Riedparkzoo.org.

Cost: $9 for Adults; $7 Seniors; $5 Children; Under 2 years of age, free; Members 1/2 off. 

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