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Saturday, June 22: Stone Zoo will close at 3pm (last tickets sold at 2pm) in preparation for our event, A Wild Affair. Please plan your visit accordingly!

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Show your support for Stone Zoo

Thank you to everyone who attended the Stone Zoo Community meeting on July 27, 2015, including Sen. Jason Lewis, Rep. Michael Day, Rep. Paul Brodeur, Stoneham Selectwoman Ann Marie O’Neill and other Stoneham officials. We are deeply appreciative of all of the support and advocacy on behalf of Stone Zoo. 

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Many have asked what they can do to support the Zoo. There are so many different ways to become involved! 

Become a Member and enjoy a year of incredible experiences for you and your family.

Donate in support of the Zoo.  

Share your time and talents by becoming a volunteer.

Attend one of the Zoo’s many events


Purchase an item off of the Zoo’s Wish List.

Stay connected by signing up for our e-newsletter and joining us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Spread the word and tell friends, family and elected officials why the Zoo means so much to you. 

A decision regarding Stone Zoo’s accreditation, which is tabled due to longstanding deferred maintenance issues, will be made in September by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. Currently, Governor Charlie Baker and Secretary Jay Ash of the Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development are considering Zoo New England’s request for release of $3 million in capital funding for deferred maintenance for our Zoos, particularly Stone Zoo.

All of your calls and e-mails truly make a difference and it’s not too late to share with elected officials why Stone Zoo is important to you.

If you would like to voice your support for Stone Zoo, you can contact Secretary Ash and Governor Baker with the information below. Please be sure to thank them for their consideration!

Governor Charlie Baker: or 617-725-4005

Secretary Jay Ash: or 617-788-3610

We really appreciate all of your support and advocacy!