Celebrate the Zoo’s 110th Birthday!
It’s a Party and You’re Invited!
The Sequoia Park Zoo Foundation (SPZF) invites you to celebrate the 110th Anniversary of the Sequoia Park Zoo! Join your furry, finned and feathered friends at the Zoo for a free afternoon of fun and games for all ages, sponsored by Shafer’s Ace Hardware.
What to expect?
Festivities will include animal encounters, a dunk tank, games, face painting, a beer and wine garden, hotdogs, kettle corn, Zoo café treats, and interactive exhibits!
Get creative! Enter the “Glam Your Flam” flamingo decorating contest.
Win one of six prizes: Community Favorite, Most Glammed, Kids Flam (Under 12), Weirdest Bird, Judges’ Favorite First Prize & Second Prize.
How to enter:
1. Complete the entry form (HERE), and get your flamingo from the Zoo Gift Shop
2. Glam your Flam
3. Deliver your flamingo to the Zoo Gift Shop by Saturday 23rd at 4:30 pm.
* Flamingos must be able to stand upright!
** The competition is limited to 48 Flamingos.
*** The Flamingos will be auctioned off to support the Zoo.
Decorate a cake like one of our zoo animals to win one of three prizes: Best in Show, Junior Beast (Under 12), Community Favorite.
Cake entries are a donation to the Zoo and will be EATEN as part of the Birthday Celebration! For more information or questions, please contact Julie at (707) 442-5649 x 201 or *protected email*
How to enter:
1. Complete the entry form (HERE)
2. Cake must be decorated like any animal at our Zoo!
3. Deliver your Cake to the Flamingo Room by 11 am
on Sunday 24th.
* Cake and decorations MUST BE EDIBLE
Sunday, September 24th, 2017, noon–6pm
For more information call 707-442-5649 ext. 203
The Mission of Sequoia Park Zoo is to inspire conservation of the natural world by instilling wonder, respect and passion for wildlife.
As an AZA accredited facility, Sequoia Park Zoo incorporates wildlife conservation as an essential part of its mission. This includes spreading awareness about threats to wildlife and habitats, inspiring conservation action among our visitors, and helping to fund conservation fieldwork.