Things To Know On The Go: SeaWorld Wild Days 2016 Tips

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After getting to experience the first day of Sea World WildDays, I’ve got a few Things to Know On the Go to share with you!

SeaWorld Orlando Wild Days

1- Pick up a Wild Days Event Map/Guide at the front of the park! This will help you locate the special Wild Days activities (and if you want to become a Junior Animal Ambassador, you’ll need the map to collect your stamps).  Special Activities include- three different types of Explore Zones, Feed the Animals, Inspiring Stories, the Feature Show, and the Block Party. These activities are marked on the guide, and they will have special markings and signage in the area to help identify them.
 Maps
signage
 2- if you collect the animal information cards from the Animal Ambassadors around then park,  check with the event table by SeaWorld Rescue Store to find out what locations will have the special Wild Days exclusive cards! There are 2 each weekend for a total of 6 cards.
Cards
3- See the Feature Show!! Make sure that you get to there early.  They will fill to capacity, and you don’t want to miss them. The shows are at 1 p.m.  & 3 p.m. in the Nautilus Theater. January 23rd-24th is Penguin Lovers Weekend with Julie Scardina; and January 30th-31st is SeaRescue Weekend with the SeaWorld rescue team.
Jack Hanna
4- Watch the New “Ocean Discovery” killer whale presentation. You can learn all about killer whales and other species of whales during this special educational show. It’s an interactive, 30-minute presentation showing and telling you about the animals’ adaptations, habitats and behavior. This is a special presentation and it is in addition to the regularly scheduled One Ocean show.
ocean disc
5- Stop by the SeaWorld Rescue Store with your completed card (6 stamps from any of the 14 zones) to collect your Junior Ambassador prize! Stay for the block party! Located at the front of the park, it’s a fun filled way to end your day in the park. Music, characters, bubbles, and a great time!
Junior Ambassador
block party

block party

Did you get to SeaWorld WildDays for Wild Weekend with Jack Hanna?  Or are you planning on stopping by for a different weekend?  I’m hoping to go all three weekends! Definitely getting good use out of my annual pass!
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Edible Education Experience presents Chef Night with Chef Dawn Viola

Edible Education Experience

Edible Education Experience presents Chef Night with Chef Dawn Viola

January 28, 2016 | 6 – 8:30 pm

The Edible Education Experience presents Chef Dawn Viola who will be sharing simple tips and tricks for navigating food allergies in the kitchen. Discover how to build an allergy-friendly refrigerator and pantry, and how create allergy-friendly meals the entire family can enjoy without having to cook separately for those with food sensitivities. You’ll also create a variety of veggie burgers, refrigerator pickles, and from-scratch ketchup, mustard, and relish.
Limited space — enroll now!

Edible Education Experience Event Details

  • January 28, 2016
  • Sessions held from 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
  • @Orlando Junior Academy (28 E. King Street, Orlando, FL 32804)
  • Cost: Adults $60 / Kids $25
  • Space is limited to 10 guests
  • Contact: Sarah Cahill @ 407-448-1031 or SARAH@EDIBLEED.ORG

 

 

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