The Cincinnati Zoo has a long track record of carrying out ambitious conservation efforts across the globe so it only makes sense that the former first daughter, Chelsea Clinton, will sign copies of her new children’s book, Don’t Let Them Disappear — about 12 endangered species and the affects humanity has had on them — at the zoo just after Earth Day.
To get Clinton’s John Hancock, you’ll have to buy a copy of her book ($17.99) from the zoo’s website and provide your proof-of-purchase the day of signing.
Admission into the zoo is free after 5 p.m. for a Tunes & Blooms concert with Louisville-based Bluegrass group Mama Said String Band performing and the zoo’s annual Party for the Planet Celebration. We assume this usually packed event will be particularly crowded tonight.
UPDATE: The Cincinnati Zoo has released a statement saying, "Sorry to have to deliver the news that, due to inclement forecast tomorrow, we have decided to cancel Tunes & Blooms/Earth Day Celebration. There is no reschedule date at this time."
5-7 p.m. Thursday, April 26. Free admission. Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, 3400 Vine St., Avondale, cincinnatizoo.org.