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The Wonders of Dinosaurs at Hampton Park Library

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Go on a roar-some adventure
Mini prehistoric explorers rejoice! Dinosaurs have arrived at Hampton Park Library this November.

On November the 2nd, Hampton Park Library, thanks to Museum Victoria, will bring the wonder and history of dinosaurs to life. Suited for ages 5-12, let imagination and science merge together in an informative and hands-on workshop. Children are invited to learn about what life for a dinosaur was really like, the differences between herbivores and carnivores, see a life-sized replica of a dinosaur skull and even get their hands on a real dinosaur fossil.

This immersive and free activity is sure to delight dinosaur fans of all ages while helping them to learn a thing or two along the way.

Bookings for this event are essential.
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Why? For Dinosaur Obsessed Kids
When: 5th of November, 10am-11am
Phone: (03) 8788 8500
Where: Hampton Park Library, 26 Stuart Ave, Hampton Park VIC 3976
Cost: Free
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