Vegan Breakfast with the Gibbons

Yet another Vegan Breakfast with the Gibbons is happening right here in the SCV. Mark your calendars for Saturday, May 9th from 9am to 1pm. The proceeds go to help the move of the Gibbon conservatory out of the Santa Clarita Valley where sprawl and construction are threatening the health of these amazing and endangered little guys. If you have never gone, you really should go for a visit before they are gone. If you’re lucky, you may even hear them sing!

Here’s the information that was provded to me:

Breakfast with the Gibbons

Gibbon Conservation Center
19100 Esguerra Road

Santa Clarita, California

Saturday, May 9, 2009, 9am to 1pm

An amazing opportunity to view this endangered species of apes up close and hear their songs.

Learn about the endangered gibbons (small apes) and how you can help save the species.

Special fundraising event includes guided tours of gibbon families (some with infants), a vegan breakfast, talks at 10 and 11:30 with founder Alan Mootnick, children’s activities, silent auction, and special gift boutique.

Optional early morning bird walk with LA Zoo curator emeritus Harvey Fischer at 8am.


Seniors (65 & up) $30

Adults (20-64) $35

Teens (13-19) $15

Kids (6-12) $10

Families (2 adults; 2 children, any age) $80

Kids (5 & under) free

Groups of 10 or more (advanced purchase only) 15% off

— $5 more per-person if purchased at the gate —

Please send (tax deductible) checks to

GCC, PO Box 800249, Santa Clarita, CA 91380.
Or pay online with PayPal at

For more info, email: or call 661-296-2737.
Directions at  (Click on “Tours”.)

All proceeds benefit gibbons.


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