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Earth Fest at the Audubon Zoo

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Earth Fest at the Audubon Zoo

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(c)2004 Sharon Keating

What:

A celebration of Earth Day at the Audubon Zoo. Earth Fest is a fun way for zoo visitors to learn about saving the environment. It's usually held in mid-March when the weather is perfect!

Who Participates:

Exhibitors representing groups from the non-profit and governmental sectors as well as businesses involved with environmental issues will help zoo visitors answer questions for prizes on the Earth Quest game. Plus, there are arts and craft exhibits to enjoy.

What's Happening?:

Earth Fest is a fun way for zoo visitors to learn about saving the environment. Exhibitors representing groups from the non-profit and governmental sectors as well as businesses involved with environmental issues will help Zoo visitors answer questions for prizes on the Earth Quest game. Great food and crafts available for purchase!

How Much:

There is no cost for the fest, but zoo admission is required. Here's the Audubon Institute's official website.

Where:

Earth Fest is held in the Zoo located in Audubon Park and is accessible by the St. Charles Streetcar.

See Photos:

Here are some photos of the Audubon Zoo.
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