By 1808Delaware

OK, what’s the scariest animal you can think of?

Encounter all sorts of critters on Thursday, October 27 at Howloween 2002, held at the Ohio Wildlife Center.

Come and trick or treat along our trails from 5 until 7 PM. Collect sweet treats while learning about Ohio’s native wildlife on the Center’s secluded property.

The day will feature games, crafts, a sensory bin, a bonfire with s’mores and much more. The entire family can also learn about what makes the Center’s animal ambassadors not so “spooky”!
Costumes are encouraged, bring a bag for candy. This is a rain or shine event. Pre-registration is greatly encouraged; call 614-734-9453 to do so or for additional information.
Price is $25.00/family up to four; $5 additional child after that. Children two and under are free.

The Ohio Wildlife Center, located on 20 acres at 9000 Dublin Road in Powell, is the state’s largest, donation-supported Wildlife Hospital with on-site veterinary care for wildlife rehabilitation. It is home to more than 50 native Ohio animal ambassadors.

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