CANCELLED: Breakfast with the Turkeys - Reservations Required
Tuesday, November 24, 2020
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. OR 9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Location: MDWFP's Mississippi Museum of Natural Science
For more information please contact Nicole Smith at email@example.com or by email at 601-576-6000
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
Session I: 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. (turkey program at 9 a.m.)
Session II: 9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. (turkey program at 10 a.m.)
- SPACE IS LIMITED
- RESERVATIONS REQUIRED: DEADLINE is November 23 at Noon
- Non-MMNSF Members: Adults $25.00 / Youth (ages 3-18) $20.00 - includes museum admission
- MS Museum of Natural Science Foundation Members: Adults $20.00 / Youth (ages 3-18) $15.00
Rise and shine with an individually boxed breakfast on the museum’s patio! Then, head inside to the museum’s Rotwein Theater for the turkey program. Our ushers will safely escort you to your “bubble seating” area.
FREEDOM RANCH’s wildlife educators will introduce you to their turkeys, a turkey vulture, and a special mystery guest animal to bring holiday cheer. Don’t forget your camera!
Ticket holders will also have all-day access to the museum, including:
- “Talkin’ Turkey” activities throughout the museum
- “Story Trail Stroll” on the museum’s Green Trail
- “Monster Fish: In Search of the Last River Giants” exhibit
BOXED BREAKFAST INCLUDES:
- Breakfast biscuits (with meat)
- Danimals yogurt
- Orange Juice, Coffee, and Water
MAKE YOUR RESERVATION:
Email Nicole Smith with your name, phone number, and the session you are interested in attending. You will be contacted in the order that your email is received to confirm the number of guests in your party and to make payment. Your reservation is not confirmed until payment is received.
SPACE IS LIMITED. Due to covid-19, this event is being handled in a way sensitive to keeping people safe, while providing a quality educational experience. Social distancing and mask wearing is required except when eating.
Note: MONSTER FISH is developed and traveled by the National Geographic Society and is sponsored locally by the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks, the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science Foundation, Nissan, Regions Bank, The Taylor Group, and other generous sponsors.