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Zoo Year's Eve
Zoo Year's Eve
Audubon Zoo is ringing in the new year at Noon!
On December 31, from 10:30am to 1:00pm, Audubon Zoo invites families and kids of all ages to celebrate the new year in style with music, games and prizes.
Pick up a party hat and noise maker, grab a Pepsi drink for toasting, and countdown to Noon to ring in the New Year! (All items are while supplies last.)
This event is free for Audubon members or included with Zoo admission.
Main stage entertainment:
10:00 am - Super Star Games & Prizes
10:30 am - Welcome/Kickoff Entertainment
10:35 am - JayV Fitness fun
10:45 am - Junction Sports (details pending)
11:00 am - Debby Dillehay's Dance Studio (performing to "Shut Up & Dance" & "Sassy")
11:10 am - TADA Young Actors & Artist Studios (details pending)
11:25 am Carl Mack Presents... Scotty (Juggler)
11:35 am - Carl Mack Presents... Oops (Hula Hoops)
11:45 am – Super Star entertainment
11:55 am - Fat City Drums Corps (Drumline performance)
NOON - Countdown and Toast (Auld Lang Syne)
12:05 pm - Fat City Drum Corps continues
12:30 pm - Super Star Games & Prizes and Dance Party
1:00 pm - Main Stage Performances Activities End
Stop by to see these exhibitors for more fun and games:
Clear the Clutter
Porta Puppet Players
Knockerball of New Orleans
Family Allergy & Asthma Clinic / Dr. Harvey
Bibiddy Bobbody Bash- Princess Characters
XPlore Federal Credit Union
TaDa Drama Studio
Jewish Community Day School
Kids & Family New Orleans
Inflatable Zoo Spacewalk Company
Junction Place Sports
Also, meet your favorite super heroes and story book characters from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm near the main stage. Pan, Iron Guy, Cap America, Wonder Girl, jack sparrow and Spider Guy.
And, we'll have members of the USS NEW ORLEANS STARFLEET team!
About the team: The USS NEW ORLEANS is a Chapter of STARFLEET: The International Fan Association servicing the Greater New Orleans area. We not only promote Star Trek and Space Science, but help our community with charities like Childrens Miracle Network and Geeks Empowering Extraordinary Kids.