School's out so how can you keep the kids busy?
Posted by Ben McAdams
June 1, 2017
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It's that time of year when parents, and grandparents and older brothers and sisters everywhere in the county are asking "What can we do with the kids today?"
We've got a great idea for you.
Our amazing team at the Zoo Arts and Parks Program and the Salt Lake County Libraries has the answer: The ZAP Kids Summer Passport.
You can pick up a passport at your local Salt Lake County Library.
There are over 30 destinations listed in the passport in three categories: free, discounted and library.
There will be 34 performances and workshops offered in county libraries across the valley.
And if explorers document their journey with the hashtag #ExploreZAP, they may be featured on ZAP's Instagram.
If you get stamps from five different destinations, you can bring your passport back to the library to reserve your spot at the "Final Destination Celebration" at Clark Planetarium on August 30th.
That party will include free IMAX movies and those who attend will be entered to win cool prizes including: an annual family membership to Hogle Zoo; an annual family membership to Living Planet Aquarium or an annual family membership to Red Butte Garden.
Sounds fun, right? Head over to the nearest county library, pick up your kids' passports and get busy exploring.
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