QUINCY 一 Director Sara Slymon and the Thomas Crane Public Library invite community members and their children to an exciting show to dive into the world of all things dinosaurs.


Saturday, Nov. 5, from 3-4 p.m.


Main Library Atrium, 40 Washington St.


Community members are encouraged to join library staff as they kick off ‘Dinovember’ — a month-long celebration of all things dino — with a visit from Dinoman Dinosaurs. 

Attendees will take a trip with Dinoman through the Mesozoic Era and learn about fossils and how they are made, how archaeologists know that dinosaurs roamed the earth, dinosaur behavior, and more. The show will be filled with magic, merry mayhem and magnificent props, including inflatable dinosaurs up to 10 feet tall. 

“Community members will not want to miss this fun-filled and educational event, which will introduce children and their families to the compelling world of dinosaurs. We cannot wait to see the excitement from everyone in attendance,” Children’s Coordinator Julie Rines said.

The program is intended for children 3-12, accompanied by an adult. Registration is not required. To learn more about Dinoman, please click here

To view more dino-related events happening this month, please visit the library calendar. For event reminders, visit the Children’s Room at Thomas Crane Public Library’s Facebook and Instagram.

The program is sponsored by the Friends of the Thomas Crane Public Library.


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