DSP Day 2012 is a Big Party Celebrating the Discovery of Tracks
A rainy beginning didn't dampen the spirits of the families who joined the celebration on August 18. By 11 a.m., the weather was perfect for the thousands who visited the park. This year was the 16th celebration of the discovery of dinosaur tracks that occurred 46 years ago. There were games, crafts, educational programs, and prizes. Children, parents, and grandchildren joined in the fun, experimenting with arts and crafts, listening to lively music, enjoying good food, watching live animal shows, and visiting the indoor and outdoor features of the park.Programs included a show presented by Massachusetts Birds of Prey and a reptile demonstration by the Beardsley Zoo.
All activities were free, except for the Mining Sluice, which had a materials' fee. Additional programs and films were held in the Exhibit Center which was also free. Many thanks go to the FDPA and our sponsors who provided prizes, and refreshments for our volunteers.
Atlas Screen Printing
The Winters Group
ZAMsource - Pat Martin