There will also be animal chats, educational entertainment, and cash bars. Stop by Foreman Pavilion starting at 8:35 p.m. to hear four storytellers relate “dramatic, embarrassing, and wonderous [sic] stories of encounters with urban wildlife.” The Story Slam storytellers will be Liam Heneghan, Ecologist and Professor at DePaul University; Akilah Martin, Soil Scientist, Philosopher, and Associate Dean at DePaul University; Dan Protess, Writer and Producer at W.T.T.W.’s Urban Nature; and Kim Ruffin, Nature and Forest Therapy Guide and Professor at Roosevelt University.
Tickets are $15 if one buys them in advance online. Click here to purchase tickets from Eventbrite or here to purchase tickets from Facebook. One must print out one’s ticket as tickets will be scanned at the door.
To receive their 20% discount, Lincoln Park Zoo Members should click on “Enter Promotional Code,” and enter the first three digits of their Member Identification Numbers. If one has a group of ten or more people, the group can also save 20% by using “GROUP” as the promotional code.
If any tickets remain available, they will be sold on-site for $20. However, tickets often sell out, so there may not be any available at the door.
Tickets are non-refundable. However, they are transferrable. The event will go on rain or shine.
One must be at least eighteen-years-old to participate in this event. Outside food and beverages are prohibited, as are dogs. Lincoln Park Zoo is accessible by public transportation. Guests who want to drive should park in the lot on Cannon Drive.
Use the Lincoln Park Zoo entrance at 2150 North Cannon Street, Chicago, Illinois 60614. Lincoln Park Zoo is roughly at the center of the Chicago Park District’s Lincoln Park. The address of Lincoln Park Zoo is 2001 North Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois 60614. The phone number is (312) 742-2000.