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Dinoman to visit Holliston!

by Press Release
May 1, 2017

On Sunday, May 14 at 3 pm, dinosaur tracks will lead right to Jordan Hall at the First Congregational Church in Holliston. This magical show, appropriate for preschoolers through elementary age students, will take the audience on a trip throughout the Mesozoic era. It will answer the questions, “How do we know dinosaurs were here?” “What is a fossil?” “How are fossils made?” The fun, informative and interactive performance will start as Dinoman (Bob Lisaius) follows tracks to the stage, and end with the discovery of a number of life-sized dinosaurs!

Dinoman has garnered a “Best Bet” from the LA Times, has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, and has appeared at Boston’s First Night fifteen times.



The show is a fundraiser for the Destination Imagination (DI) Globals Bound teams, and is the perfect opportunity for dads to give Mom a break on Mother’s Day afternoon, by getting kids out of the house for some fun.



Barbara Daly, parent of DI participant Aidan Daly, said she first saw Dinoman at First Night several years ago. When asked to provide entertainment for a Cub Scout meeting that year, she thought of Dinoman instantly, and the show was a huge hit. “His show is so fun and dynamic, and appropriate for such a wide range of kids,” said Daly. “When we started to discuss fundraising, I thought of him instantly, and contacted him. He is so terrific, and agreed to waive his show fee for the fundraiser.”



Tickets are $15 per child ($20 at the door) and $40 family cap . For tickets and information, contact HollistonDI2017@gmail.com.
For more information on Dinoman, visit https://dinoman.org.

 

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