Field Station: Dinosaurs
Dino the Dinosaur, Fred Flintstone’s loveable pet, was nowhere to be seen.
Guitar-playing Dinosaur Troubadour came, instead, to the Bonetti Children’s Room at the Main Library on Thursday, July 18, singing his heart out while teaching the children who attended about dinosaurs. Four representatives from Field Station: Dinosaurs, a seasonal amusement park in Laurel Hill County Park, Secaucus, entertained the children and their caretakers who kept streaming in, creating a standing room audience of, at the very least, 200 people.
When it was time for the ferocious T-Rex (Tyrannosaurus Rex) dinosaur to appear, it was amazing how fast that large audience filed out of the Main Library onto Jersey Avenue!
This second visit from Field Station: Dinosaurs during the Library’s Summer Reading Program received a walloping welcome, since it’s no secret that dinosaurs hold a special place in children’s hearts. Field Station: Dinosaurs is a world-class family attraction that combines cutting-edge science with the creative minds of great artists and teachers to create a one-of-kind experience that's thrilling, educational and fun. All the children, adults and Library staff have these people to thank from Field Station: Dinosaurs – Troubadour, Jamie Theurich; Wrangler, Jackson Eather; Dinosaur Puppeteer, Chris Palmieri; and the Dinosaur was created by Erth (all rights reserved).
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