Win Tickets to Zoolights at the SF Zoo

Santa’s elves are busy at the San Francisco Zoo.  Rumor has it that they are decking the halls with magical lights and even a 30 foot Christmas tree.  This is the Zoo’s zoolights debut.  So, don’t miss it.

There will be a sparkling path lined with twinkling animal topiaries and glistening garlanded trees. You’ll be able to sing along to seasonal entertainment on every corner! Pick up a hot toddy, apple cider or cocoa.  Explore the magic of Candy Land and watch the kids create adorable holiday crafts before you all join the penguin party and reindeer romp.

Zoolights opens on December 22 and goes through the end of December.  Check the website for further details.

It gets better, I’m giving away two free tickets (kids under 4 are free).  Just comment on this post with one of your favorite things to do with your kiddos this time of year.  Bobby will draw a winner Wednesday, December 19.

Thanks for reading.  Happy Holidays!


6 thoughts on “Win Tickets to Zoolights at the SF Zoo

  1. Karly

    Love this-didn’t know they were doing lights! Our favorite thing is to get into our matching holiday Jammies and decorate the tree/enjoy the tree and listen to Xmas music-nightly. Such a lovely holiday family time…
    We also do three days worth of sugar cookie baking-forming and frosting-everyone wins 😉

  2. Libby

    This year I have loved making handprints. When each of my babies were little tiny babies we made handprint ornaments for the tree and now we’re doing salt clay handprints. Judah loves to put his hand into the little handprint, then the bigger one, and last this years, he is so awed by his growing self – “Baby Judah’s hand, Big Judah’s hand”. So stinking cute. I think I’ll box them all up with the Christmas decor and just take them out once a year.


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