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Lil' Sprouts, ages 1 - 4, 10 AM - 12 noon, $15 for Adults – Kids are FREE.  Receive three $5.00 off coupons with the purchase of a Lil’ Sprout Thursday program that you can use on our Public Programs (one coupon per class)!
Bird Buddies, May 24
Furry Friends, May 31

Parent/Child Preschool Programs - Parent/Child Preschool Classes are for preschool children ages 4-5, accompanied by an adult, Fee: $15/child
Sparky and Friends, May 22, 25, August 6, 10,
Giraffes Galore, June 12 or 14
Monkey Business, June 20 or 22
Think Pink, June 25, 29
Totally Turtles and Tortoises, July 3, 5
Leapin' Lizards!, July 9, 11
Yuck & Stuff, July 17, 20
Big Cat Bonanza, July 25, 27
Excellent Eggs, July 30, Aug 2
Beautiful Butterflies, August 14, 16
Zany Zebras, August 22, 24
Life in a Dead Log, August 27, 29
Ss..Ss..Snakes, September 14
Fall Leaevs, Fall!, September 20
Outrageous Orangutans, September 26
Howl About It, October 12
Going Batty, October 10
Spook-tacular Spiders, October 15
Pumpkin Patch, October 23, 24
Bison Bounce, October 29
Fin-tastic Fish, November 8
Awesome Ants (Child Only), November 14, 16
Goin’ Bananas with Monkeys, Apes & Lemurs! (Child Only), November 19, 20, 21
Polar Bear Buddies, November 25, 30
Winter Wonderland, December 3, 9
Reindeer Romp, December 14, 15
North Pole Express (Child Only), December 18, 20

Programs for 3-Year-Olds, cost: $15 per child ($13.50 per child for Como Friends members)
Gardening for 3s, June 6
Fancy Feet for 3s, June 27
Sun-sational Summer for 3s, July 18
Animal Homes for 3s, Aug 8
Feathery Friends for 3s, Aug 29
Tremendous Trees for 3s, September 12
Fall Frenzy for 3s, October 3
Reptile Romp for 3s, October 24
Terrific Tails for 3s, November 11, 14
Printing Plants and Paw for 3s, December 1, 5

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