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From Tripster Website:
SLEEPOVER PARTY WITH PENGUINS!
Have you ever wondered what goes on at The Maryland Zoo at night? Find out! We are going where the wild things snore and spending the night in the new African Penguin Exhibit!
The Maryland Zoo is thrilled to have completed its new state-of-the-art exhibit. This exciting penguin habitat, called Penguin Coast, provides an enhanced natural environment designed to reflect the South African home of these unique coastal birds. Among other enhancements, this new exhibit space will allow us to get closer than ever to this amazing and endangered species.
The evening start on Saturday, November 22nd at 6:00 PM. We’ll tour the Zoo from a whole new perspective, visit natural habitats and look for nocturnal creatures, explore animal senses through participatory games, listen to camp light stories and songs, hang out with old friends and make some new ones! On Sunday morning, we’ll have a light breakfast and depart by 9:30 AM. The price includes admission to the Zoo on Sunday, so you are welcome to stay and continue your adventure!
Price includes dinner, snacks, a light breakfast, games, activities and admission to the Zoo on Sunday, November 23rd.
What do you need to bring? Suggested items to bring include your sleeping bag, pillow, flashlight, warm clothing, folding chair, cup or water bottle, personal care items, camera, and your sense of adventure!
Parents and guardians are welcome to join their kids. However, this event will be chaperoned and well-supervised by Tripster staff members.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2014
6:00 PM Saturday-9:30 AM Sunday
$75 PER PERSON
When Park School graduate Gabe Acheson applied to college last year, he made a promise to walk to the school. His essay, “Walking to Yale,” helped secure him a spot in the top Ivy League college. This week he fulfilled the promise and made the 400-mile trek from his Rodgers Forge home to New Haven.