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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Thursday-Friday To-Do: Boo at the Zoo

Posted By on Wed, Oct 30, 2013 at 8:47 AM

click to enlarge Boo at the Zoo runs through Friday at the Little Rock Zoo.
  • Boo at the Zoo runs through Friday at the Little Rock Zoo.

6-9 p.m. Little Rock Zoo. $5-$20.

There's probably no place else in the metro area with more Halloween fun per square foot than the Little Rock Zoo.

Boo at the Zoo has been an institution for more than two decades, and a cursory glance at all of the offerings makes the case: trick-or-treating in a safe, family-friendly atmosphere (natch), live music, carnival rides, a haunted house, carousel rides, a haunted hayride or veldt walkway, a Day of the Dead celebration, bounce house inflatables, s'mores, food trucks, animal presentations and much more.

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