Perks of Being a Senior

. September 3, 2014.
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Seniors can enjoy free and discounted services at the Toledo Zoo on weekdays from September through October. Senior Discovery Days offer benefits to seniors 60-plus such as free parking in the Anthony Wayne Trail lot, free coffee and a mini-muffin at the Timberline Bakery from 10am to 2pm, $5 off memberships, and 20% off at the North Star Trading Post.  In addition, seniors get in free on Tuesdays. 

Various special activities are scheduled during the two months including a senior safari, guided tours, and bingo with a twist. Caregivers who are directly responsible for assisting seniors are eligible for free admission. 419-385-4040.toledozoo.org

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