Prehistoric Dinosaurs Swim at the Bardavon Wednesday
Attention Dinosaur fans you can miss this show. This Wednesday (February 20th) Erth's Dinosaur Zoo Live will preform at the Bardavon at 10 am. The show was originally scheduled early this month but had to be moved due to inclement weather. Get ready to take your family on a whole new adventure with Erth's. This time they are headed to the bottom of the ocean and they are taking you with them to explore unknown ocean depths.
Erth's Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure is inviting you to jump into this immersive event which introduces you to where prehistoric marine reptiles once lived and may actually still be living today. Erth's shows are made up of actors, puppets, technology, science and imagination all brought together to entertain and inform. Their presentations expose young minds to the real science of paleontology.
For tickets call Adelina Borman at 845-473-5288. Admission is $7 for Children / Adults are $11. Member admission is $7. Schools needed to already pre-order for this show.
This show is also scheduled for UPAC on Thursday Feb 21st.
The Bardovan recognizes the following - Made possible with funding from The Beechwood Group of Wells Fargo Advisors, Church Communities Foundation, George A. Strba Charitable Trust, H. W. Wilson Foundation, Klock Foundation, Louis Greenspan Charitable Trust, Mid-Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union, Poughkeepsie Community Development Block Grant, Ralph E. Ogden Foundation, Rhinebeck Bank, Stewarts Shops, and from the Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley: Ann and Abe Effron Fund, Charlie Carroll Music Enrichment Fund, Dutchess Community Grants Fund, Jeanette F. Schlobach Fund,and the Ed & Barbara Joba Fund for the Hudson Valley Philharmonic. Additional support comes from the Dyson Foundation, James J. McCann Charitable Trust, Jane W. Nuhn Charitable Trust, Jeanette F. Schlobach Charitable Trust, TD Charitable Foundation, and Vassar Brothers Institute. We extend special thanks to all of the donors who contributed to the Field-Trip Fund. This program is also made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.