Wolf Fest features fun activities, exhibits and demonstrations for all ages. Guest will enjoy games and prizes, see puppies born this spring, see animals from around the world, and meet some of the most endangered wolves in the world. You'll leave with a better understanding of wolves' crucial importance in the world.
Kids will love the animal encounters and you'll have lots of opportunities for memorable photos. There will also be a Kids Area with activities just for little ones.
At the Endangered Wolf Center in Eureka.
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is $25 per carload in advance, $35 at the gate. No reservations are necessary.
More information and tickets: endangeredwolfcenter.org
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