The Gibbon Conservation Center in Santa Clarita will host a special “Breakfast with the Gibbons” event celebrating moms and motherhood on Saturday, May 11, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Breakfast to be provided by the Way Station Coffee Shop and Valley Produce will be included in the price of admission.
The event will also include tours of the center, kids’ activities, face painting and more.
A silent auction will feature tickets and other prizes from the Shambala Preserve, the Museum of Jurassic Technology, MOOLA, Fresno Chaffee Zoo, Wildlife Learning Center, Discovery Cube, Wheel Fun Rentals, the Queen Mary, The Autry, and CuriOdyssey.
Green Landscape Nursery will provide a raffle for all moms in attendance.
Pre-sale tickets are $25 each for adults and $15 each for seniors and kids. Kids younger than 5 are free. A family package for two adults and two kids is $65. Proceeds will benefit the Gibbon Conservation Center.
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