Events are slowly rolling out and coming back, and we're starting to finally see a glimpse of some normalcy coming back. While I'm typically a big fan of fluffier cute animals, and I don't want to come across a snake in the wild, I do think they're pretty cool animals to look at (you know when they're safely behind glass and I'm on the other side of it).  If you like reptiles and exotics, you won't want to miss this show going on this weekend at the Vanderburgh County 4H Grounds.

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This Saturday May 8th from 10A-4P you can stop by and enjoy the Reptile & Exotics Show.  Tickets are $5 at the door and kids 4 & under are free.  Here's what the Facebook event page says about the show this Saturday:

Come join us for some fun at the Evansville Reptile and Exotics Show on May 8th, 2021. The show is from 10am-4pm at the Vanderburgh County 4-H Fairgrounds. Admission is $5 per person, kids 4 and under are FREE. Tickets can be purchased at the door. Our amazing venders will be bringing a fun variety of animals, as well as supplies, feeders, and MORE!!! The event is very FAMILY FRIENDLY so bring all of your family and friends. We will have concessions available thanks to some of Evansville's finest food trucks. Mark your calendars and share the event with everyone you know. Pets are not allowed inside the show, however Service Dogs are welcome. We hope to see you there!

According to the Reptiles and Exotics Show Facebook page, you can expect to see a variety of animals including snakes, lizards, hedgehogs, guinea pigs, spiders, rabbits, birds, and more.


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