For Immediate Release: September 13, 2013
SAFARI ADVENTURE STAGE SHOW SATURDAY, SEPT. 21, AT HUNTSVILLE BOTANICAL GARDEN
PRESS RELEASEHUNTSVILLE BOTANICAL GARDEN
September 13, 2013
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email@example.comFor immediate releaseDON’T MISS THE SAFARI ADVENTURE STAGE SHOW SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, AT THE HUNTSVILLE BOTANICAL GARDEN
Huntsville, Ala – Take an adventure around the world and never leave the Garden! Your Safari Guides from “Wildlife Wonders-A Zoo To You” will bring the fun and live animals to the Boeing/Toyota Amphitheatre for two very special shows Saturday, September 21 at 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
You’ll see a serval cat, a gibbon, a red kangaroo, a monitor lizard, an alligator along with other surprise creatures. Who knows what else you’ll see in this fun and educational animal show. Wildlife Wonders ZOO TO YOU from Cleveland, GA chooses which animals to bring based on “who’s in a good mood that morning,” but they average about 7 unique animals per show. Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to see rare and fascinating creatures up close and personal.
The wonderful staff from Wildlife Wonders gives fun facts and wonderful educational information about each animal, its habitat and other interesting facts. Visitors should make sure to bring their cameras, as this show provides a unique opportunity to see these animals up close. A Question and Answer session will be provided at the end of each show.
The fee for this show is $2 per person plus Garden admission or membership. Guests can also stay and enjoy the Garden in all its fall glory, including Fall Scarecrow Trail with over 70 scarecrows and hay bale art!
for a listing of all the events this fall at Huntsville Botanical Garden – where there’s always something growing on!
HUNTSVILLE BOTANICAL GARDEN
Huntsville Botanical Garden is open year-round and features the nation’s largest open-air butterfly house, a picture-perfect aquatic garden, spectacular nature trails, numerous specialty gardens – including an interactive children’s garden - and a variety of plant collections. This beautiful 120-acre Garden is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization run by only 35 employees and over 2600 active volunteers. With five distinct festivals each year, Dog Days of Winter, Spring Festival of Flowers, Summer Butterfly House, Fall Scarecrow Trail and Holiday Galaxy of Lights, you’ll soon see why we say There’s Always Something Growing On
at Huntsville Botanical Garden!