Father’s Day at the Zoo
Sponsored by Prairie Farms Dairy
June 21, 2015, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Free Zoo admission for dads (no coupon necessary, parking not included)
plus free Prairie Farms Dairy flavored milk samples for the whole family while supplies last.
Zoo gates close 45 minutes before Zoo closes.
Free Zoo admission for Zoo Pass members with photo ID.
Milwaukee County parking fee: $12. For information, call 414-256-5466.
Most gorilla troops consist of a dominant male – called a silverback – and a number of females and their offspring. Typically the silverback is the father of the young gorillas in the troop. At the Milwaukee County Zoo, silverback Cassius recently became a new father. In gorilla troops, silverbacks play an important role – they teach young male gorillas how to behave, preparing them for adulthood. Most human fathers also help raise their children, molding them to become mature, successful adults. Show your dad how much you appreciate the impact he’s had on your life and bring him to the Zoo on June 21. All dads get free admission! While you’re at the Zoo, check out a free theater show in the farm area. You can also visit this summer’s special exhibit: Expedition Dinosaur, sponsored by Sendik’s Food Markets.
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