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OKC Zoo Marks 35 Years of Haunt the Zoo; Adds New 21+ Event to Halloween Celebration

With 27 treat stations, a decorated trail, “super” special sea lion presentations and opportunities to learn about some seriously spooky animals, Haunt the Zoo returns to the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden for its 35 th year packed with Halloween fun for the whole family. Presented by Bob Moore Subaru, Haunt the Zoo takes place over the course of two weekends: Saturday/Sunday, Oct. 20-21 and Saturday/Sunday, Oct. 27-28 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. After a successful... Read More
at Tuesday, October 16, 2018
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Rewards for Your Gourds - Annual Pumpkin Drive Offers Free Admission with Pumpkin Donation

The Oklahoma City Zoo's annual Pumpkin Drive is back! Through Sunday, October 7, guests bringing a pumpkin larger than their heads to the Zoo will receive FREE same-day admission. The limit is one free admission per person. Donated pumpkins will be used to decorate Haunt the Zoo . Presented by Bob Moore Subaru, the state’s premier Halloween event returns for its 35 th  year in October 2018! Join us Saturday 10/20, Sunday 10/21, Saturday 10/27 and Sunday 10/28 during... Read More
at Monday, October 1, 2018
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Zoo Detective Series: 34 Years of Haunt the Zoo

What better time to play zoo detective than at Halloween?  Although I didn’t sport my Sherlock Holmes hat, I did pull out my magnifying glass. After looking through documents and photos, clues about Haunt the Zoo’s beginnings in 1983 have fallen into place….  A Spooky Beginning Haunt the Zoo didn’t start off as a kid-friendly event, it started as a haunted house. If you could pick one Zoo building that would make a perfectly, creepy haunted house,... Read More
at Thursday, October 26, 2017
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Trick-or-Treat Yourself to Orangutan-Friendly Candy

Halloween is just around the corner, which means there’s only one thing on your mind – candy! Trick-or-treaters will be at your door before you know it, so you’ll need to prepare yourself with the right sweets for these boo-tiful little ones. Before you make a trip to your local grocery store, we’d like to share some spook-tacular suggestions in order to prepare you for a sustainable Halloween! Why Palm Oil Sustainable? You may be asking yourself,... Read More
at Tuesday, October 17, 2017
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