In a press release received via email, the zoo says the postponement comes in response to concern for safety of all visitors and adhering to New York State social distancing and capacity guidelines amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Brian Jweid, Director of Civil Service Administration for Oneida County, was one of the many who tuned in to see what was going on at the site of the protest, and came across a particular man who has a dream - and he wants to help.
The event will bring many aspects of the popular on-grounds event to the Zoo’s social media. You can purchase a 'Party Box' that you can pick up at the Zoo or have shipped to your home to get the full experience.
It’s a new decade, and Eli Young Band plan to “Break It In” by hitting the road on a headlining tour. They'll make a stop at FrogFest 32 at the Utica/Rome Speedway May 30, presented by White's Farm Supply and Kubota.
This Sunday is the big game. Superbowl 54 is taking place in Miami, Florida with the San Francisco 49ers taking on the Kansas City Chiefs. If you're not into football, no worries, there's plenty of non-football related activities happening at the Utica Zoo this weekend!