Department of Animal Science to Host Halloween Party

The Department of Animal Science is excited to announce its 2018 Animal Science Day celebration!

Animal Science Day is a fun event for the whole family (and the doggos too!). Admission is free and open to the public. The evening will feature:

  • Safe trick-or-treating
  • Games and education for kids presented by Animal Science clubs and students
  • A truly impressive haunted house hosted by the Animal Science Graduate Student Association 
  • Costume contests for both humans and dogs(!)
  • Farm animals in the Arena to interact with and learn about
  • A concession stand to benefit the U of A Block & Bridle Club
  • Fun for all ages!

Animal Science Day will be at the Pauline Whitaker Animal Science Center on Halloween night. Events last from 5:30 to 8 p.m.

Admission is free and dogs must have current rabies vaccination documentation. Visit Department of Animal Science or animal-science.uark.edu to learn more about the Department of Animal Science.

Contacts

Lauren Husband,
Animal Science
479-575-3195, lhusband@uark.edu

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