Wild Weekends Exotic Animal Exhibit Returns to the Heritage Park Petting Farm
The Heritage Park Petting Farm is welcoming back the Whispering Pines exotic animal show on Saturday May 14th and Sunday May 15th 2011 from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm. There are new and exciting things to see, including a wallaroo which is a blend of a wallaby and kangaroo. Gia, a female camel, will be visiting along with Gunther who has always been a favorite. Camel rides will be available for a fee. There will be a menagerie of other animals from a two-toed sloth to a spotted skunk. There are opportunities to learn about life on the “wild” side from the experts that take care of these beautiful creatures. Reptiles will also be there and are in a separate exhibit located on the farm grounds. There is a corral of goats, sheep, llamas and alpacas ready to be pet and photographed.
Flutterby Faces will be helping children become exotic creatures with her face-painting skills for an additional fee.
There will be coloring sheets for children to make in the classroom, and refreshments will be available for purchase.
There will be a FREE shuttle from the Sheridan Community Center that will take you right to the front door of the Heritage Park Farm Visitor Center.
Admission prices are $4 per person, children 1 year old and under are free.
If you would like further information, please call the farm at (734) 374-5946.