Hula Dancer and Fire Dancer to Say Aloha to Safari Attendees

Posted Sep 16th, 2015 by Justin Moor  Category: Arts & Entertainment


The 1,000 older adults in attendance at the Area Office on Aging’s Senior Safari on September 15 at the Toledo Zoo’s Nairobi Pavilion will get a taste of Hawaii. The event will feature hula dancing and Polynesian fire dancing.

The event will provide people age 60 and over free parking and admission to the Zoo to see the animals on display. Additionally, those attending the event can get free blood pressure checks and health screenings from some of the 40 exhibitors. Lunch tickets are $2.50 for seniors and $5.50 for non-seniors.

The event will feature a showcase of several of the Zoo’s creatures from the Pacific islands. This interactive event feature will help the Zoo come alive for the older adults in attendance.

WTOL’s Jerry Anderson will serve as emcee for the event. Century Equipment will supply golf carts for transport assistance at designated pick-up stations throughout the Zoo.

Senior Safari is sponsored by Advocates for Basic Legal Equality/Advocates for Basic Legal Equality and Buckeye Community Health Plan. Those wanting additional information about the event should contact the Area Office on Aging at 419-382-0624.

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