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Zoo Tunes: Fast and Slow

A southern two-toed sloth with long, coarse brown fur, a small snout, small eyes, long limbs and curved claws perches in a tree and holds onto a branch

Nothing gets infants and toddlers moving like music — especially when it is all animal-themed. Zoo Tunes is an interactive music and movement class for our youngest Zoo-goers and their parents and caregivers. "Fast and Slow: Squirrels and Sloths" features songs about swift squirrels and slow sloths. We will practice moving in these different ways and listening to the ways the music changes.

Adult and one child: $14 for FONZ Members; $17.50 for non-members. Additional participants (adult or child): $5/person.

Please note: Zoo Tunes does not include visits to an animal exhibit or any live animal contact.

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Age range: 0 - 2

Class Sessions

Date(s): Friday, March 13
Time: 10:00 am to 10:45 am
Date(s): Friday, March 13
Time: 11:00 am to 11:45 am