Animal Adventures Family Zoo and Rescue Center visits the Auburn Public Library on Saturday, July 10, 10am-11am. Learn about the Armadillo, Lemur, Porcupine, Eagle Owl, Alligator, Large Snake, Chinchilla, Ferret, Opossum and more. Registration is required. see info below.
Animal Adventures™ is New England’s largest privately-owned animal rescue center and family zoo for standard and exotic animals. The Family Zoo and Rescue Center has operated out of Bolton MA since 1997.
The Center rescues and provides enriched lives for the hundreds of unwanted animals that they take in each year. Some are re-homed, while others remain at the Center for the rest of their lives. The Center is a USDA licensed and State recognized education facility.
This is an educational program, not a traditional viewing or petting zoo. However, visitors are encouraged to pet many of the animals in this hands-on enrichment program.
Check in: 9:30 – 9:55am. Children must be at least 5 years of age. After check-in children will first listen to stories about animals, and then turn in their check-in ticket to enter the Merriam Room for the zoo experience. Children under age 5 are welcome to view the program from the back of the room.
Registration is required and can be completed here.
You may also call or visit the library.
www.auburnlibrary.org | 369 Southbridge Street, Auburn MA | 508.832.7790