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Air Zoo hosts Family Health Center - 2 Dose Pfizer Clinic

Family Health Center (FHC) will be on location at Air Zoo to provide the first dose of FREE Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines on Friday, June 25th, 10am-1pm.  Second doses will be available on Friday, July 16th, 10 am-1 pm.  Participants will receive a FREE Air Zoo pass for an upcoming visit of their choice. In an effort to end COVID-19 in the Kalamazoo community, many organizations like FHC and the Air Zoo are partnering and finding innovative ways to incentivize p... Read More
Posted by Nikki Statler at Friday, Jun 11, 2021

The Air Zoo – Phased Re-Entry Welcoming Guests, Both In-Person and Virtually

Portage, MI, July 6, 2020 – Following an announcement made mid-June, the Air Zoo reopened its doors to its Members on Monday, June 29th, kicking off a two-week members-only appreciation period. General admission to the public will resume on Monday, July 13th at 9am. The Air Zoo Aerospace and Science Center staff and volunteers are excited to be putting months of preparation and planning, outlined in a 32-page document, referred to as the “Air Zoo Re-Entry Plan,” into action.... Read More
Posted by Nikki Statler at Monday, Jul 6, 2020

Air Zoo Closes from March 13th-April 5th under Governor Whitmer’s Order

In response to Governor Whitmer’s request this afternoon to cancel all gatherings of more than 250 people until April 5th, and in our desire to limit the potential for exposure for our community, the Air Zoo will temporarily close its doors to the public as of 2pm today, March 13th. The safety of every community member – guest, employee, and volunteer – is of the utmost importance to us.   As we do our part to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, we also realize the econo... Read More
Posted by Nikki Statler at Friday, Mar 13, 2020

Air Zoo Responds to COVID-19 Spread

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation is rapidly evolving, the Air Zoo is closely monitoring the situation, regionally, nationally and globally, and is taking precautionary steps to mitigate the likeliness of rapid spread throughout the surrounding communities.  Currently the center is focusing efforts on conveying the importance of proper handwashing practices, utilization of hand sanitization stations throughout the buildings, the addition of extra trash receptacles, encouraging sta... Read More
Posted by Nikki Statler at Wednesday, Mar 11, 2020


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