Don’t Miss the Carnival of Animals Concert –Friday, November 28th
Do you know why the Moon Bear, Asian Elephant, Golden-Cheeked Gibbon, Pygmy Loris, Maui Dolphin, and Spotted Eagle Ray are all endangered? Have you ever wondered what you could do to help these beautiful endangered creatures? Then you should definitely attend the Carnival of Animals concert this Friday evening, November 28th! It will be an evening of delightful music, story telling,endangered animal displays, and delicious treats for the entire family. The elementary Roots & Shoots group has collaborated with the high school students to make this evening a memorable one! Please arrive early (around 6:30 pm); this will give you time to learn more about these endangered animals from our Roots & Shoots students and primate experts from the Endangered Asian Species Trust (E.A.S.T.) organization. Drinks and delicious homemade desserts will also be sold before the concert. All donations raised will go toward helping animal organizations in Vietnam. We hope to see at this wonderful concert!