Guests were treated to music, animal enrichment demonstrations, Meet the Keeper sessions, live animal shows, mascot characters in costume and plenty of hands-on interactive programs and activities.
"We're honored that the Cleveland Foundation chose the Park District to be part of its ear-long anniversary celebration," said Cleveland Metroparks CEO Brian Zimmerman. "We made history, shared our mission and helped make memories for a record-breaking number of families who came out to play."
The Cleveland Foundation played a key role in creation of the Cleveland Metroparks and has given $2.2 million to the Park District over the years to support various reservations, nature centers, and educational programs.
Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is located at 3900 Wildlife Way.
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