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As usual, your host & hostess were professional yet casual, and it made for another great social event.

Guests are encouraged to change tables throughout the evening to enjoy the company of as many people as possible.

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Zoo staff are around to give participants plenty of ice breaking material as they educate the crowd on the finer points of animal relations.

“We have interpreters roving around the zoo with animals to try to break the ice and engage the couples that are talking,” said Hestad.

“There’s always something to talk about, because of what’s around you.” The event has seen some long-term success when it comes to match-making, she noted.

“We’ve actually had two marriages come from the Animal Attraction and this past February we had a couple come get engaged at the zoo one year after they met at the event,” she said. It was beautiful.” In 2010, the zoo also held a same-sex speed-dating session — much to the appreciation of the city’s LGBT community.

But while the concept was well received, there weren’t enough participants to consider turning it into an annual event.

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