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10/08/2016 Thanksgiving and Panda Birthday Fun! Northeast Free

With crisp fall air, vibrant colours and fun for all ages, the Toronto Zoo is the place to be this Thanksgiving Weekend. Join us in celebrating a great milestone - the 1st birthday for Canada's only pair of giant panda cubs, Jia Panpan and Jia Yueyue! Party festivities will include panda-themed activities, festive photo opportunities, panda give-aways, interpretive stations and more. Our panda mascots will also be on hand for visits and photos, so be sure to bring your camera! Celebrate everything you are thankful for this Thanksgiving weekend at the Zoo, including the Giant Panda Cubs 1st birthday! *All events are subject to change without notice *Please visit torontozoo.com for more details *Event is free with Toronto Zoo Admission

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