Zumbathon: Event to Support Madagascar Lemur Population
In order to support Bristol Zoo Garden's Madagascar Lemur Project, an event known as Zumbathon is going to be held on May 12. The event will take place from 10 am to 1 pm at Bristol Zoo Gardens and everyone is invited to take part in the same.
To enjoy the three hour Zumba class, which is a Latin-influenced dance form and highly effective in burning calories, one requires to get registered for the event.
For advanced registration, one would be required to pay £12. Those who are members of Bristol Zoo Gardens will have to pay £10 and interested participants, who will get registered on the same day, will have to shell out £15.
Trained instructors from Everyone Active, an organization that has gyms and leisure facilities, will be taking the class. There is no obligation for a participant to complete the class. They can do as much as they want and till the time they are having fun.
Those who will participate will get a Zumba class voucher as well as will get a chance to win a family membership for the zoo. The event is meant to support the project, which is meant to help save the remaining number of Lemur species in Madagascar.
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