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Milwaukee County Zoo to celebrate Egg Day April 20

MILWAUKEE COUNTY (CBS 58) -- The Milwaukee County Zoo will celebrate Egg Day on April 20.

The event, sponsored by Nestle, Nesquik, and Woodman's begins at 9 a.m.

The following activities will take place:

Peck Welcome Center – 9:30 a.m. / 10:30 a.m. / Noon  

Watch as our expert “Bubblologist” creates amazing works of art during the 

“Bubble Wonders” Show!  Watch as he creates the “the bubble caterpillar” and the “bubble volcano!”

 Hop-to-it Bunny Egg Hunt – 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Kids 8 and under can get some springtime eggs-ercise while searching for brightly-colored Easter eggs.  Eggs can be redeemed for sweet treats!    

Easter Parade 2 p.m.

Meet at the Northwestern Mutual Family Farm and take part in a festive march through the Zoo alongside the Easter Bunny and his cast of characters!

Stearns Family Apes of Africa

Among the great apes, get your face paintedwith a bunny nose and whiskers – so you can look like the most famous Bunny of all!

Primates of the World

Design your very own bunny ears and show them off in our Easter parade!

Train Teaser

From aboard our famous North Shore Bank Safari Train, see if you can spot dozens of Easter eggs hidden on the tree-lined route winding through the Zoo.

Animal Enrichment Activities

Our animals are joining in the Egg Day fun too, as they enjoy Easter-related enrichment items in their exhibits.  Enrichment keeps the animals active and healthy, allowing them to express behaviors similar to those they would in the wild.

Zoo admission is $16.25 for adults, $13.25 for children (3 to 12 years), free for children  2 and under, and $15.25 for senior citizens (60 and older). Milwaukee County residents with I.D. receive $1.75 off regular Zoo admission. Parking is $12. Zoological Society membership is  valid for Egg Day.

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