School's almost out. Now what?
Who says Earth Day can only be celebrated on April 22? The Louisville Zoo is challenging this notion by hosting a whole month's worth of Earth Day festivities that honor the beauty of our environment and promote the Zoo's ongoing conservation efforts.
Gone are the days when coloring books and the occasional action-adventure movie were the closest you could get to dinosaurs! The Louisville Zoo is offering you and your family the opportunity to come face-to-face with the most lifelike replicas of these fearsome creatures from the past, starting at the end of this month.
Spring Break is coming! Wondering what to do with your kids? Do not panic, we have all of the info on Spring Break Camps.
What kind of cake does a polar bear eat? Take a look at the birthday party plans.
This year, for the first time ever, the Louisville Zoo is inviting young guests between the ages of 8 and 12 to celebrate New Year's Eve with a huge slumber party on zoo grounds.
It's time to get your tickets to Santa Safari at the Louisville Zoo. They are on sale now.
Many times we know the baby's name before it comes along. The Louisville Zoo now has a name for the baby giraffe born in June.
Meijer presents "The World's Largest Halloween Party!"at the Louisville Zoo October 7-9,13-16,20-23 and 27-30, 2011
It's time to pick out a baby name... go vote at the zoo.
A summary of local news for September 20, 2011
The Louisville Zoo is proud to announce the arrival of another polar bear and an update on Qannik.