Akron Zoo reschedules Martin Luther King Jr. Day festivities for Jan. 29


By Craig Webb - Akron Beacon Journal



Petry, a bald eagle, squawks from the perch in his exhibit at the Akron Zoo in Akron, Ohio.

Petry, a bald eagle, squawks from the perch in his exhibit at the Akron Zoo in Akron, Ohio.


Tribune News Service

The Akron Zoo will offer free admission to guests on Jan. 29.

The zoo had planned to offer free admission on Jan. 17 to mark Martin Luther King Jr. Day but was forced to close because of the snowstorm.

Any tickets dated Jan. 17 will be honored on Jan. 29.

The zoo will be open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

While admission is free, guests will have to pay to park in the zoo’s lot.

Members of the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa will be at the zoo offering fun MLK-related activities.

The zoo is open daily from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and regular admission is $9.

For more, visit www.akronzoo.org.

Petry, a bald eagle, squawks from the perch in his exhibit at the Akron Zoo in Akron, Ohio.
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By Craig Webb

Akron Beacon Journal

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