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Rock-A-Baby Outdoor Concert Starts Off Summer
February 12, 2017 @ 10:30 am - 11:15 pm
One event on April 29, 2017 at 10:30 am
One event on May 13, 2017 at 10:30 am
One event on June 20, 2017 at 5:30 pm
Rock-A-Baby Outdoor Concert Starts Off Summer for us in in Hasbro’s Our Big Backyard and celebrate the beginning of summer. The true stars of the show, “Rhythm, Melody and Harmony,” three silly and entertaining puppets, shake, dance and sing with the audience while also playing games and exploring fun musical concepts. Bring a picnic dinner to enjoy. Only Hasbro’s Our Big Backyard will be open to visitors during the concert. For more information http://www.rwpzoo.org/family-education-programs/family-programs/early-childhood.
Geared for the Zoo’s youngest patrons, everyone is encouraged to sing and dance to the popular tunes of Rock-A-Baby while playing in the Big Backyard.
Wild Art June 17 for ages 6-12 10:30 – noon
Wild Art wraps up its classes on Saturday, June 17 with a focus on tortoise sculptures. Artists will visit with a tortoise, and observe all aspects of the animal. They will then return to a classroom to create their own works of art based on the tortoise. For more information http://www.rwpzoo.org/family-education-programs/family-programs/big-kids.
Fee: $7 per participant (age 2 & older) Pre-registration is required!
PLEASE NOTE: This program does not include Zoo admission. Zoo tickets must be purchased at the Zoo entrance on the day of the concert. If you are a member, you may use your membership to enter the Zoo. Members will only pay the program fee.
Roger Williams Park Zoo, one of the oldest in the nation, is Rhode Island’s number one outdoor family and tourist attraction, and is a leader in conservation efforts undertaken by a zoo of its size. The Zoo has received numerous awards for environmental education, and conservation work done locally and around the world, caring for species that without human intervention would face certain extinction. Roger Williams Park Zoo is supported and managed by the Rhode Island Zoological Society, and is owned by the City of Providence.