ST. PAUL, Minnesota (KARE) - Plenty of people have August 1st, 2013 circled on their calendars in Minnesota, the first day same-sex couples can legally marry in the state.
At Como Zoo and Conservatory, the day will mean ceremonies around the clock.
The first couple set to be married will happen at the stroke of midnight and will not stop until 11:30pm that night.
It's a monumental day in the state's history and helping the cause at Como is the cost.
"We are offering free permits for that day," explained Matt Reinartz. "Normally priced up to $600 to $700, we're offering free permits for anybody that wants to get married."
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