Enjoy Pints Of Beer While Raising Money For The Niabi Zoo
Have you ever wanted to drink beer at the zoo? If you have then we have great news for you! The Niabi Zoo in Coal Valley, IL is hosting its annual Pints for Preservation. This year's money is going to help bring a new animal to the zoo and they are close to reaching their goal.
The Niabi Zoo is inviting you to drink local brews as you explore the Niabi Zoo and see the many animal species. Proceeds from this year's event will help bring the endangered African Painted dog to the zoo. This includes transportation of the new animals, a new species-appropriate habitat, and ongoing conservation and education experiences focused on the new species, according to the zoo's website.
Pints for Preservation is taking place at the Niabi Zoo (13010 Niabi Zoo Road,
Coal Valley) on Friday, September 23rd, from 6-10 p.m.
Tickets for Pints for Preservation are on sale now. Here is how much a ticket cost:
- Members - $45 (Buy a six-pack for $240 and save $30)
- Non-members - $55 (Buy a six-pack for $300 and save $30)
Niabi Zoo officials say tickets must be purchased by the end of the day on Thursday, September 22nd. Tickets will not be sold at the gate.
The Niabi Zoo has a momentary goal to help bring the Painted African dogs to the zoo. They are $30,000 away and would love your support to hit that goal.
Niabi Zoo officials say that tickets include admission to the zoo, beer samples at more than a dozen tasting stations, and a souvenir tasting glass. A variety of food trucks will also be onsite to offer food for purchase.
You must be 21+ or older to attend Pints for Preservation.
For more information, go to www.niabizoo.com.