Birthday Bash

2 hour rental of DCHS Training Room

$200 for up to 15 children

Includes:

  • Adoptable animal tour
  • Interaction with DCHS education animals
  • Animal craft or shelter service project
  • DCHS birthday gift

Party Like An Animal

2 hour rental of DCHS Training Room

$250 for up to 15 children

Includes:

  • Opportunity to name a DCHS animal
  • Behind-the-Scenes Tour of DCHS
  • Interaction with DCHS education animals
  • Animal craft or shelter service project
  • DCHS birthday gift

Jungle Jubilee

2 1/2 hour rental of DCHS Training Room

$335 for up to 15 children

Includes:

  • 1 1/2 Hour of Face Painting by MetamorFaces Fantasy Makeup
  • Adoptable animal tour
  • Interaction with DCHS education animals
  • Animal craft or shelter service project, Trivia game
  • DCHS birthday gift

Zoom with Zoozort

Zoom program time: up to 1.5 hours

Participant limit: 15

Fee: $225

Includes:

  • Approximately 35-minute presentation visit with Zoozort
    • Invite some wild guests to your birthday celebration! Zoozort is a unique, interactive program that features exotic animals from all around the world. Select animals that spark an interest with you and get a behind-the-scenes tour of their habitats, while learning fascinating information.
  • DCHS shelter tour
  • DCHS birthday gift

DCHS Birthday Party Invitations

Feel free to use these templates for your child's party invites!

Details

Education Opportunity Statement

At Dane County Humane Society, we know our education programs thrive from having diverse and inclusive participation. Diversity and inclusion are celebrated and embraced at Dane County Humane Society. We will not discriminate against or give preference to any person because of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, handicap or disability, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, arrest record, genetic information, veteran status or other class protected by applicable law. DCHS puts people first and we are happy to work with learners to remove barriers and put any reasonable accommodations into practice to the extent that it is safe to do so.