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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 1:30pm, 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 with paid Zoo admission.
10:30am - Welcome
10:35am - Carl Mack Presents... Scotty - Juggler
10:40am - Carl Mack Presents... Oops - Hula Hoops
10:45am - Carl Mack Presents... Sohlid Gold - "Pop n' Lock" Hip Hop / Freeze Style Dance
10:55am - Exploring Movement with Coach Josh
11:15am - Slidell Skippers - Jump Rope/Double Dutch
11:35am - Super Stars.... Music, Games & Prizes
11:55am - Fat City Drum Corps
NOON - Countdown and Toast with Terrance Simien
12:05pm - Terrance Simien's Creole for Kidz
12:55pm - Super Stars... Music, Games & Prizes
1:30pm - Main Stage Performances Activities End
Fun stuff to do and things to see provided by:
Stouffer’s Mac and Cheese Truck
Party Planet Xtreme
Big Easy Sportsplex
Xplore Federal Credit Union
Joule Solar Energy
Porta Puppet Players
Adventure Quest Laser Tag
Art from the Heart
New Orleans Saints Saintsations
Close Combat Fitness
Sunbelt Conference Dribble Drive
Meet and greet your favorite ICE PRINCESSES AND PRINCES from 10:30pm to 1:30pm!
Visit with the Saintsations for an autograph/photo! 10:30am to 12:30pm
Stop by the Marvel Universe LIVE! Tent to take a costumed selfie!
Creole for Kidz & the History of Zydeco is centered on the history and evolution of this unique American roots music genre. Zydeco is the traditional music of the black and mixed race, French speaking Creoles of south Louisiana. Simien had long been frustrated by the lack of representation and resources dedicated to the Creole culture like what had been to the Cajun cultural awareness. Terrance got busy. He hunkered down, did months and months of research and wrote original songs and narration for his recording project. Simien’s agents at the time were thrilled to be able to offer this program, the only one of its kind to the performing arts presenters they were currently working with.
This year, Stouffer’s is stepping outside the freezer aisle and hitting the road – bringing our classic Mac & Cheese that American’s have loved for 60 years to cities across the country in our Food Truck. We are excited to share the love with you and countless others as we travel across the country.
For more information on the Stouffer’s Mac & Cheese Food Truck, you can follow our journey on twitter @stouffers_truck and by using #stouffersmac.
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