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Walk in the Wild Fundraiser



Enjoy an evening of live music, dining brought to you by some of the Bay Area’s top chefs and restaurants, regional beers and wines, and dancing at the Oakland Zoo’s largest annual fundraiser. All of the proceeds go directly to providing the highest quality animal care and exhibits, supporting the protection of endangered species worldwide and delivering impactful education programs that aim to inspire the next generation of conservation leaders. Festivities will include special appearances from the Zoo’s animal ambassadors, live music, specialty cocktails, and a Zoo update from the President and CEO, Dr. Joel Parrott. What better chance to discover some of the Bay Area’s finest epicurean offerings including items from over 100 bakeries, breweries, caterers, restaurants and wineries? No guests under 21 please.

If You Go:

When: Saturday, June 25 from 5pm to 10pm

Where: Oakland Zoo 9777 Golf Links Road Oakland, CA

Cost: $150 zoo members, $175 for non-members

oaklandzoo.org

Please be aware that events may occasionally be cancelled or postponed by the promoter. We always suggest you contact the promoter or venue to confirm for a particular day.


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