Spectacled Bear

Spectacled Bear

The spectacled bear gets its name from the distinctive rings of white or beige fur around its eyes. These markings stand out against the rest of the bear, which is usually black or dark brown, and look like eyeglasses (or spectacles).

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Catering at the Zoo

Snow Leopard Soirée

Friday, February 9, 2018


6:30 p.m. - Cocktail reception and silent auction
8 p.m. - Dinner and live auction, followed by dessert and dancing

Honoring longtime friends of the zoo Rick & Laura Iorio

This year's Friends of the Zoo annual winter fundraiser has an Under the Sea theme.

The event features gourmet dining, live music, live and silent auctions, and animal greeters.

Black tie attire and animal prints are encouraged.

Proceeds help benefit the zoo's education programs, which connect more than 150,000 children and adults to the natural world.

For more information, call (315) 435-8511 x132

Reservations required; $220 per person or $1,750 per table of eight


 

   Silent Auction Mobile Bidding

 

For the first time, Snow Leopard Soirée will have electronic bidding on all silent auction items! All bidding will be done through your own cell phone -– you can bid from anywhere, anytime before the close of the auction. You’ll even get an update if you are outbid!

To register, go to http://sls2018.auction-bid.org, click on the Register for tab and simply input your information!

 After you register you will get a welcome text message and then there are two ways to bid:

1.     By Text – Text the 3-digit item number and amount to the welcome message you receive. No dollar signs or decimals are needed (e.g., 101 500).

2.     By Smartphone – Click the link in your registration text. It will take you to a personal bidding page. Click on an item and place a bid – it’s that simple!

Thanks to our sponsors

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 



 

Gourmet dining by Catering at the Zoo



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