Results tagged with 'Milwaukee County Zoo'
Published July 12, 2018
It may not get recognized with a Tony Award, but some of the most enjoyable theater in town this summer isn't happening where you might expect. Kohl's Wild Theater, which takes place at the Milwaukee County Zoo, teaches lessons about pets, internet safety, migrating birds and more.
Published June 19, 2018
Recently, the Milwaukee County Zoo officially announced the opening of the new "Otter Passage" exhibit just inside the new west entrance that opened this spring with a parking lot and entrance area, as well as a snack bar and souvenir shop.
Published June 12, 2018
This list features fun stuff in and around Milwaukee for kids of all ages. From smelling the roses at Boerner Botanical Gardens to visiting Old World Wisconsin, this list is chock full of suggestions to keep your little ones entertained all year long.
Published May 30, 2018
Last week, the Zoological Society of Milwaukee and the Milwaukee County Zoo announced a new plan to transform the zoo over the course of the next couple decades. Last week, the Zoological Society of Milwaukee and the Milwaukee County Zoo announced a new plan to transform the zoo over the course of the next couple decades.
Published May 24, 2018
The Zoological Society of Milwaukee announced today that it quietly launched a capital campaign that has already raised $16.7 million toward a $25 million required for the first phase of a plan that will transform the Milwaukee County Zoo over the course of the next 25 years. That initial phase is the creation of a new elephant area.
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Thursday March 17th, 2011 - Fox Lake, IL I’ve been overwhelmed with gratitude at all the birthday wishes I received this year, and they’re still trickling in three days later. How flattering. I always try to remember people’s birthdays if at all possible, even though...
With the gas prices at record highs and the warm weather finally arriving, it's the perfect time to become a tourist in our hometown.
Editors and writers at onmilwaukee.com, as well as many savvy readers, have already encouraged this creative approach to local "travel". Right no...
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