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Welcome to Edmonton Reptile Parties!
Whether you are celebrating your child’s birthday, looking for an interesting educational program for your school or group, or just looking for a creative way to entertain, Reptile Parties is a fun, educational, and affordable form of entertainment!
Edmonton Reptile Parties continues to recieve rave reviews from kids and adults alike across Alberta! Find out for yourself why Reptile Parties was voted as the top for "Best Entertainment For A Children's Party" in 2011, with "Honorable Mention" in the 2010 and 2012 Parent's Choice awards, presented by Calgary's Child Magazine.
What We Do
Reptile Parties are structured to appeal to different age groups and size. Kids meet up close cold-blooded animals such as friendly bearded dragons, amazing frilled dragons, colorful geckos, incredible snakes of all sizes, and even tarantulas and scorpions! They may even come face-to-face with Faith, the 8-foot plus surinam red tailed boa constrictor!
Reptiles are scheduled based on availability and interest. Parties for children 7 and under focus more on basic reptile information while events for older children combine the unique opportunity to see reptiles up close with education, including proper care and husbandry as well as information about conservation.
Who We Are
Jason Clevett - Owner
A long time reptile enthusiast, Jason launched Reptile Parties in Calgary in 2008. The birthday party program has expanded to include Edmonton in 2010, and now reptile parties does school presentations throughout Alberta, and tours Western Canada with Reptile Encounters! Jason has often appeared on Calgary TV and Radio including CityTV's Breakfast Television, Global Saturday Morning, Forbes and Friends on CJAY92 and The Homestretch and Alberta @ Noon on CBC radio. Jason is the former president and vice president of The Alberta Reptile & Amphibian Society. Jason is also a former animal care volunteer at the Calgary Zoo as a assistant gorilla keeper, working with the gorilla troop as well as colobus monkeys, dwarf crocodiles and has worked with Pebbles, the zoo's former resident massive African Rock Python. He has completed the zoo's Naturalist 101 and Docent training courses. He continues to work hard towards his goal of expanding reptile education through reptile parties throughout Alberta and beyond.