We are always planning ahead, so check back periodically to see if we’re coming to a venue near you.
October 21-22 (Sat.-Sun.), Scarecrows in the Park! Bernardston, MA. Come see our “scaredino” and stop by our booth to make your own craft with straw. Sponsored by the Bernardston Kiwanis to raise scholarship funds. Loads of crafts & activities, plus an assortment of very cool scarecrows to look at. https://www.facebook.com/scarecrowinthepark/
November 4 (Sat), WGBY Kids Fan Day at the Basketball Hall of Fame, Springfield, MA. Jurassic Roadshow is paired once again with Dinosaur Train! Kids will also have a chance to meet Curious George in “person” and join in a sing-along. 10:00-3:00. https://wgby.org/fanday
November 11 (Sat.), Annual Rock, Gem, Fossil, Mineral, and Jewelry Show, Greenfield Community College, Greenfield, MA. Jurassic Roadshow joins vendors and speakers for a day of rocks & fossils. 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Sponsored by the Pioneer Valley Institute. http://www.gcc.mass.edu/pvi/
Astronomy, Geology, and Dino Tracks! Oh my! Edward and Orra Hitchcock and Early Natural Sciences, Memorial Hall Museum, 10 Museum St., Deerfield, MA. Exhibit opened in June 2017 and will remain through at least 2019. 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 exhibit 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 newest website, launched June 30, 2017, Impressions from a Lost World. Museum exhibit is ongoing until October 31, then closing for the winter and re-opening in spring 2018. https://www.dinotracksdiscovery.org/