For small kids, there's nothing more exciting than visiting the zoo—except maybe having a sleepover there. On Friday, May 17, Zoo Boise will host its first overnight "Snooze at the Zoo" event of the year, kicking off its season of monthly slumber parties that will run through August. For the price of a $50-per-person-ticket (or $45 for members), parents and kids ages 7 and up will spend the night in a safari-style camp and be able to wander the zoo after hours or enjoy staff-led activities under the stars, including animal encounters, games and art projects. The next morning, the zoo will serve guests breakfast, and staff will lead a trip around the premises to visit the animals as they're waking up. Just one adult must attend for every five children, so gather the gang and get ready to camp out.