Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Dragons & Dinosaurs Redux

The Santa Fe Public Library
Presents a Special Reopening Event
For the La Farge Branch Library

Indiana Bones
Michael McCartney
As Adventurer Indiana Bones

Telling Stories of Dragons & Dinosaurs

Saturday, September 27th
11:00 am to noon

La Farge Branch Library
1730 Llano Street
(505) 955-4863

Did you know that before the word “dinosaurs” (terrible lizards) was invented in 1861, most dinosaur bones were considered “Dragon Bones” and used as medicine? To this day many cultures still believe that dragons live in deep caves under the earth and cause volcanoes.

There’s even more exciting and interesting information when you travel along with “Indiana Bones” as he guides you on an action packed, fun-filled adventure into the world of Dragons and Dinosaurs. With the aid of his dragon puppet “Darwin” and his dinosaur fossils, Indy sheds light on the stories, legends and myths of these mystical magical creatures. Don’t miss out on Dragons and Dinosaurs with adventurer storyteller “Indiana Bones” and “Darwin” his dragon puppet.

This FREE family event is sponsored by the Friends of the Santa Fe Public Library.

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