Halloween at the Zoo: October 27, 2013
Dress up as your favorite goblin, ghoul or witch and head to the Zoo for a safe alternative to trick or treating. Halloween at the Zoo is a celebration for the entire community that includes free trick or treating, a Fun Activity Tent and live music. Walk to each treat stop location to fill up your bag with sustainable palm oil candy! This helps orangutan conservation and deforestation due to non-sustainable palm oil production in Indonesia and Malaysia.
Halloween at the Zoo has proven itself to be a steadfast, supported and celebrated tradition that is endorsed by local police & fire agencies as, "A neat place to meet for a safe trick-or-treat." Since its inception in 1987, the event has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to support the Henry Vilas Zoo. This
year, net proceeds will benefit the Zoo Century campaign, a ten-year $27 million fundraising initiative to complete major Zoo renovations. Halloween at the Zoo is supported by businesses, organizations and families from across Dane County.
Please join us again for another year of Halloween at the Zoo!
How to Have an Orangutan-Friendly Halloween
Please help orangutans this Halloween by choosing candy made with sustainable palm oil.
You can download Cheyenne Mountain Zoo's list of Orangutan Friendly Sustainable Palm Oil Halloween Candy by clicking here