The Poke-HUNT starts with a live Pokémon show in the World Bird Sanctuary amphitheater featuring Braviary, Pidgeot, Mandibuzz, Noctowl, Rowlet, Talonflame and Merkrow, followed by a Poke-HUNT where kids will be able to search the grounds for their very own Pokémon characters that they can keep!
Special Pokemon-themed games (with prizes) will be offered immediately after the conclusion of the Poke-HUNT. There are also three Pokémon Go gyms onsite along with 15 Pokémon Go stops.
Admission is a $5 suggested donation (collected by Merkrow). 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the World Bird Sanctuary in Valley Park.
More information: worldbirdsanctuary.org
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