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06/20/2014

You are invited to the Baker Arts Membership Event at the El Rancho Exotica Zoo on Saturday, June 28th.  The Family Event is open to the public from 10:30am to 2pmThe cost is $12.00 or a discounted Membership price. Children 3 and under are free.  Activities include: zip line, bounce house, ice sculpture, water guns, chalk drawing, dunk tank, mural painting and lots more. Lunch is included.

 

Directions to El Rancho Exotica are: Take highway 83 north of Liberal to highway 51.  Turn left on highway 51 towards Hugoton for about 1 mile.  Take the first dirt road to the north, Road H for about 1.5 miles.  Take the second entrance to El Rancho Exotica on the right.  Turn immediately to the right into the parking lot.

 

The Evening Event (for Members only) starts at 7pm.  There will be fun and entertainment, food and the annual Membership Meeting.  The cost is $12.00 or a discounted Membership price.  The caterer is requiring an RSVP by Wednesday, June 25th.  Please call the center for more information and to RSVP at 620-624-2810.

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