Event will feature chats with experts and an exclusive silent auction
As the only giant panda cub in the U.S. draws closer to his public debut this spring, his fans have an opportunity to spend an intimate morning discussing his progress with the experts who know him best.
Set for Saturday, January 29 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Coffee and Cub Conversations will feature a special roundtable discussion with curators, veterinarians keepers, moderated by Atlanta Journal-Constitution reporter Mark Davis. The program will be preceded by an exclusive silent auction of items and experiences that will only be available during Coffee and Cub Conversations. Although technically in absentia, the guest of honor and his mother, Lun Lun, will make appearances on camera during a rare Saturday PandaCam viewing for Coffee and Cub guests.
Space is limited, and advance reservations are encouraged. Discounted advance tickets are available online on zooatlanta.org: $20 for Zoo Members; $25 for non-Members. Tickets purchased the day of the event may only be purchased at Zoo Atlanta Admissions and will be $25 for Members; $30 for non-Members.
Saturday, January 29, 2011
9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Conservation Action Resource Center (ARC)
800 Cherokee Avenue, S.E. Atlanta, GA 30315