Wednesday, September 10: A Visit from the Knoxville Zoo’s Zoomobile
The Zoomobile brings educational live-animal programs and other interactive science and conservation programs to East Tennessee and surrounding areas. The Zoomobile has a special animal collection that includes small mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, spiders, insects and other invertebrates. They cannot bring large animals (sorry, the elephants don't fit in the Zoomobile), but all of the animals are fascinating and have a story to tell. Most of the animals can be touched, but this depends on the animal and the situation. Zoo staff and trained zoo volunteers handle the animals in a controlled manner.
Program location: Sherrill Hills Retirement Community, 271 Moss Grove Blvd. Knoxville, TN 37922
The luncheon begins at noon and the program begins at 12:45. Lunch is $8. There is no cost for attending the program alone. Transportation is available upon request—please have your ride requests in by the Monday morning before the program. For more information, please contact Laura Berry at 690-6343 ext. 18 or LBerry@jewishknoxville.org