Thanks to the generosity of the Woodland Park Zoo and Sound’s membership in the King County Kinship Collaboration, Sound’s Child & Family Services (CFS) clients were invited to attend the zoo’s much celebrated WildLights festival. Organized by Sound CFS Peer Counselors Cathy Callahan and Jody Schreven, families were treated to the event free-of-charge.
The zoo hosted the group over several nights to accommodate the dozens of delighted families, who eagerly attended the iconic annual festival.
The Woodland Park Zoo has been a generous supporter of Sound. This is the second year that the Woodland Park Zoo has donated tickets (and free parking) to the festival to Sound’s CFS families.
From the Woodland Park Zoo page: Seattle’s wildest holiday lights festival returns with sparkling lights, faux snowball fights, up close animal encounters, hot chocolate and family delights. Experience brand new wild and wonderful light displays that will be featured throughout the zoo including a holiday light spectacular at the zoo’s south entrance which will now be open throughout the run of WildLights.