"Cutting And Gutting" For Annual Zoo Event
by KDLT News
October 23, 2013 4:33 PM
What better way to celebrate the spirit of Halloween then to carve pumpkins?
The Great Plain's Zoo hosted their annual pumpkin carving event, "cut and gut" Wednesday. 300 donated pumpkins were cut, gut, and cleaned by zoo workers and volunteers for community member to carve.
Once finished, the jack-o-lanterns will line the sidewalks and "hall of flames" during the zoo's Halloween extravaganza, "ZooBoo". Zoo official say not only is this event fun for the community but also for the animals.
"ZooBoo" runs from Friday to Sunday this weekend and tickets cost $5 for zoo members and $6 for non-members.