BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD)- The BREC’s Baton Rouge Zoo prepared months to bring families back to their annual Boo at the Zoo event.
The Halloween tradition returned on Oct. 17 and will continue through the weekend and the weekend of of Oct. 24.
Zoo officials say children and families will expect a few changes to this years Boo at the Zoo.
“We enacted a one way path within the zoo, so it keeps everybody on a one way, no cross over,” Director of Marketing and Public Relations, Robyn Lott said.
Lott says the biggest change is having no trick-o-treat stations.
“Due to the touch points and the lines that would form from trick-o-treating we decided this year to give the treat bags that have been pre stuffed at the conclusion of the zoo experience,” Tott said.
Boo at the Zoo was also featured on FOX 44 First Edition. Marketing director, Robyn Lott and a sponsor from the event’s title sponsor, Hancock Whitney appeared on the morning show. More information on Boo at the Zoo, including hours and admission prices, may be found here.
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