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Zootini

Emmi MacIntyre
6:30-8:30 p.m., Wednesday April 03

 A Toast to the Wild, sponsored by KeyBank, kicks off with Zootini. All proceeds go to the Zoo’s Linder Center for Conservation & Research of Endangered Wildlife (CREW).


A Toast to the Wild series tickets are available to purchase now through April 3. The series includes tickets to Zootini, all three Wild about Wine events and Zoo Brew!  These events sell out every year, so tickets should be purchased in advance to secure a spot.  Visit the Event Calendar on the Zoo’s website for a complete listing and to purchase your tickets.


Zootini is “shaking” things up. Guest will enjoy a variety of zoo-inspired martini tastings,  live music, animal encounters, a silent auction and light appetizers courtesy of local restaurants. Martinis will be shaken and stirred by friends from Three Olives. This event is held in Safari Camp.


All guests must have a ticket and be at least 21 years of age to attend our Toast to the Wild Events. For those who would like to experience all five events and not sample the exotic drinks, the Zoo offers a Designated Driver ticket for $25 ensures a fun and safe time for everyone. For more information email WildaboutWine@cincinnatizoo.org.  Advanced ticket purchase is encouraged for each evening as space is limited and events are expected to sell-out.



Where: Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden
Phone: 513-281-4700
Address: 3400 Vine St.
Website: www.cincinnatizoo.org

Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden

3400 Vine St.
Cincinnati, Ohio
45220
 
The second oldest zoo in the United States, it’s also one of the nation’s best, with more than 500 species represented, many endangered. Be sure to check out the white tigers and the giraffe area.
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