Mother’s Day Weekend at the Zoo

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Mother’s Day at the Zoo

Moms get in FREE

Not just Sunday, but Saturday too! On May 9th & May 10th, moms, grandmoms, and great-grandmoms receive FREE admission. Their child or grandchild is your ticket in.

 Open all year, 7 days a week.  Perfect year-round as a destination or a vacation stopover for kids from 0-99+. Enjoy a leisurely, flat, family-friendly stroll through exotic and colorful habitats, gardens and exhibits.  Home to more than 400 animals and 120 species including guest favorites –lions, playful otters and penguins.

Camp Jackson Registration Now Open

Visit HERE to check out which camps are still open and to register.

Treat your child to a week in the beautiful mountains, making new friends, learning new skills and making memories that will last a lifetime. Every day is spent with cabin mates and new friends while the evenings are spent with the whole camp in evening programs and camp fires. Camp Jackson 1-2 week-long summer camps are divided into Base Camp (ages 7-12), Teen Camp (ages 12-14), and Senior Teen Camp (ages 14-17)


Typical Daily Schedule

7:00am Wake Up:  Counselors help campers get up and prepare for the day.
7:40am Flag Raising:  A short ceremony in which we raise the flag, cabin groups take it in turn to run this ceremony.
7:45am Thought for the Day:  A time to gather as a group to share a “thought for the day” or discuss the daily values of honesty, caring, respect and responsibility
8:00am Breakfast:  MEAL TIME! One cabin will set up and clean up.
8:30am Details:  Each Cabin helps tidy up a specific area of camp.
9:00am Specialty Areas:  Campers will break out to work on their specialty area at Camp.
12:00pm Lunch:  MEAL TIME! One cabin will set up and clean up.
1:00pm FOB (Feet in Bunk):  Rest time.  Campers can read, write letters home, or just take a nap.
2:00pm Store:  Campers can purchase a snack and drink.
2:30pm 1st Cabin Time:  Activity time as a cabin group.
3:30pm Choice Time:  Campers sign up for programs they really, really, really want to try.
5:15pm Flag Lowering:  Each Cabin has a chance to lower the Flag in their own respectful way.
5:30pm Dinner:  MEAL TIME! One cabin will set up and clean up.
6:30pm Evening Program:  All Camp game, the best part of the day!
7:45pm Campfire:  Funny songs, skits and a good message at the end.
9:00pm Devotions:  Counselors lead the cabin in a motivational reflection on the day.
10:00 pm Lights Out: Campers sleep…seriously.


Be sure to check out their Scholarships and Discounts!

 

Pokemon Movie at the Library

George Jr. Pokemon Heroes: The Movie

This week’s movie at the library is Pokemon Heroes- The Movie (G)


Movie Synopsis

Ash, Pikachu and the rest of the Pokemon gang try and stop a pair of thieves hiding out in the canals and alleyways of Alto Mare, the water capital of the world. Joining the adventure are two new Pokémons, a brother/sister pair named Latias and Latios who are protecting the Droplet of the Heart – a valuable treasure.

 


Library mission: The public libraries serve as a foundation for our community by offering welcoming, well equipped and maintained facilities,outstanding collections, and well-trained employees who provide expert service encouraging the joy of reading, supporting lifelong learning and presenting access to information from around the world. 

 

Movies on the Riverwalk

Finding Nemo

Finding Nemo

Watch Finding Nemo on the big screen at the Riverwalk on May 2nd, starting at 8:00pm.


Movie Synopsis

“Finding Nemo” follows the comedic and momentous journey of an overly protective clownfish named Marlin and his son Nemo — who become separated in the Great Barrier Reef when Nemo is unexpectedly taken far from his ocean home and dumped into a fish tank in a dentist’s office.

Buoyed by the companionship of Dory, a friendly-but-forgetful Pacific regal blue tang, Marlin embarks on a dangerous trek and finds himself the unlikely hero of an epic effort to rescue his son — who hatches a few daring plans of his own to return safely home.


Pueblo Historic Arkansas Riverwalk

101 South Union

1 FREE Ticket to Jordan World Circus

Colorado Sate Fair Grounds

May 26th, 7:30 pm


 

JORDAN WORLD CIRCUS features many new and exciting effects created especially for this show by the imaginative use of lighting, fireworks, staging and music. These amazing effects create a stunning response from the audience, and are one of the things that the JORDAN WORLD CIRCUS is known for. Rarely has such a sophisticated and intriguing show been available in any other but the largest cities and towns. Yes, it’s a truly kaleidoscopic wonderland of sight, sound and color all blended into one memorable entertainment experience that will not soon be forgotten. Now it is available to you.

Each performance includes all the elements of a traditional circus show including but not limited to: lions and tigers; amazing aerialists; dashing, daring, dauntless daredevils; fabulous funny clowns; enchanting elephants; boundless feats of balance and agility; hazardous horsemanship; precision performing animals of all shapes and sizes; plus we can bring in those mania motorcycle manipulators, the amazing Jordan ‘Danger Zone’ riders in the unbelievable Globe of Death!


AS PROMISED!!!

You can download 1 free children’s ticket
HERE

You can order tickets online

HERE