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Go Wild this Halloween – at the SF Zoo!

pumpkin-small.jpgSpend Halloween with Your SF REALTOR® at the SF Zoo!
You’ve got lots of options to party on down in SF this Halloween even if the annual Castro Street Halloween Party isn’t an option this year.
This year, the weekend before Halloween, I’ll be all dressed up in costume and spending time volunteering at the San Francisco Zoo’s annual Boo at the Zoo (and Dia de los Muertos) festival!
This year’s event will be held on October 27 & 28 (Saturday and Sunday) from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. – Rain or shine!
Come on by, have some fun, see some animals, and stop by and say “Boo!” if you see me! 🙂

Looking for an “un-BOO-lievably” wild way to celebrate Halloween and one of the most important celebrations in the Hispanic culture, Dia de los Muertos?

Then make plans to join the animals for two days of not-so-scary, high-spirited fun at Boo at the Zoo and Dia de los Muertos presented by Spanish radio Estereo Sol, Recuerdo, La Kalle and KLOK. The Univision radio stations will feature live music, fun contests, free arts and crafts and the chance to win lots of prizes and goodies. Come learn more about Dia de los Muertos, a celebration that dates back to the Aztecs! Visit the Endangered Species Altars and Graveyard, and create fun traditional crafts, including skull masks!

Costumed kids and their families will have a howling good time encountering animals on the Haunted Nature Trail and thrills & chills visiting the Creepy Crawley Critters in the Insect Zoo.

You won’t want to miss the “Stomp and Chomp” when chimps, gorillas, lions, meerkats and more get to devour their pumpkins filled with treats. Kids are guaranteed to have a “ZOO-pernatural” time with free trick-or-treat stations all over the Zoo.

Disney is also back on Saturday, October 27 with a costume contest, cool music, games and prizes!

Bring your family and friends for two days of big fun at Boo at the Zoo and Dia de los Muertos!