Nurses' Night Off

Nurses’ Night Off is on Wednesday, May 21, from 6:30 to 10 p.m.

Attendees will be invited to enjoy the facilities and exhibits of two great Denver attractions — the Denver Zoo and the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.

Relax, have fun and network while dividing your time between the two locations, which are in close proximity to one another. Both venues offer eye-catching, educational exhibits. Expedition Health, a special exposition at the museum, will be interesting to nurses.

The Denver Zoo houses more than 3,500 different animals, representing more than 650 species, including exotic animals like gorillas, elephants, zebras, black rhinos, king cobras, vampire bats, coral reef fish and amur leopards. Of the zoo’s collection, 188 species are considered threatened or endangered. Three species are extinct in the wild.

For over 100 years, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science has been a resource for informal science education in the Rocky Mountain region. The museum offers a variety of exhibitions, programs and activities; contains more than 1 million natural history and anthropological objects in its collections; and offers a breathtaking view of the Denver skyline.

Shuttles will transport attendees to the sites and will flow between the museum and the zoo, providing easy access throughout the evening. Food concessions will be available at the zoo, and bars will be set up at both venues with complimentary desserts served at the museum.

Additional tickets for guests are $10 and will be available for purchase online when you register for the conference.

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