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JURASSIC ROADSHOW will NOT be appearing a the Cambridge Science Festival’s Carnival and Robot Zoo on Saturday, April 15, noon to 4 p.m. on the grounds of the Cambridge Public Library, 449 Broadway, Cambridge, MA. Go anyway! It’s a great day with dozens of science exhibits and activities in this kick-off event for the 10-day festival. http://www.cambridgesciencefestival.org/
Saturday, June 3, 10 a.m to 6 p.m., WGBY Asparagus Festival on the Hadley Town Common, Rt. 9 / Russell Street, Hadley, MA. Celebrate all things local, including agriculture, and stop by the Jurassic Roadshow booths to see real dinosaur footprints and other local fossils and geological specimens. Craft activities all day. http://www.wgby.org/asparagus
OPENING IN JUNE: Astronomy, Geology, and Dino Tracks! Oh my! Edward and Orra Hitchcock and Early Natural Sciences, Memorial Hall Museum, 10 Museum St., Deerfield, MA. Edward Hitchcock’s original investigations of Connecticut Valley fossil footprints and Orra White Hitchcock’s geological and paleontological illustrations astonished the world in the mid-19th century. This exhibition introduces the Hitchcocks’ contributions to astronomy, botany, geology, and ichnology in the very place where they started a lifetime of work together. Produced in conjunction with PVMA’s forthcoming website, Impressions from a Lost World. Specific dates and hours coming soon. http://deerfield-ma.org/