Chehaw hosts a variety of events throughout the year. From Conservation Lecture Series to music concerts, fundraisers to cornhole tournaments: there is a Chehaw event for everyone!

Dec 6-8 Traditional Skills Gathering

This extended weekend is lead by experienced instructors teaching traditional/primitive skills used by Native peoples around the world.

Skills taught might include flint knapping, fire by friction, natural fiber cordage, bone tools, basketry, pottery, bows & arrows, atlatls & darts, edible & medicinal plants, blowguns, brain tan buckskin, twined bags, fingerweaving, traps & snares, fishing technologies and more!

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Nov. 23- Animal Thanksgiving

Animal Thanksgiving is the day we enjoy watching some of our favorite animals receive special Thanksgiving treats made by keepers and the families who visit the Zoo. Animal Thanksgiving allows volunteers and our community an opportunity to participate in a program that helps to enrich the lives of our animals by promoting their natural instincts and keeping them mentally and physically stimulated.

Games, crafts and activities in the plaza from 10-2 including take home thanksgiving crafts, make your own enrichment for your pet, and of course creating enrichment for our zoo animals!

Chehaw Park Authority Monthly Meetings

The Third Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m.

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Every First Friday of Each Month

Cubs Programs are specifically targeted for children ages 3 and 4. Join us in the Zoo with your little one from 10:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. Cubs Programs are free with Zoo admission, and as always, free for members.

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