Flying into Spring Break: Dragonflies!

Tue Mar 09 2021 at 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

The Dinosaur Company | Allen

Publisher/HostThe Dinosaur Company
Join The Giant Bug Company (Billings Productions/The Dinosaur Company) as we go Flying into Spring Break with our insect education miniseries! Learn about the Insect of the Day with fun activity stations and a visit from some of our larger-than-life sculptural friends!
Bee there or bee square!
Flying into Spring Break is a covid-friendly children's event series. For the safety of our fellow insect lovers, everyone (children and adults) must wear a mask. Each session is limited to under 50 people, held in an indoor space that has a capacity for 200. These events are come and go. We encourage staggered arrival times to minimize congestion. We will also have easy access to hand sanitizing stations and restrooms.
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Rates (per session)
• $7 plus tax per guest age 5-17.
• Free for adult caregivers and siblings under age 5.
• Participants of all ages must reserve tickets online.
All children must be supervised. No drop-offs. If you have any questions, please contact us at (469) 273-1388.
Parental Advisory: Younger children may be frightened by large animatronics/sculptures.
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Duration: 10am-12pm
Come and Go event. To keep with covid protocols, we ask guests to stagger arrival times between 10am and 11:15am. Entry will not be allowed after 11:15am. Please be advised that we may limit entry if too many arrive at the same time. Once inside, move at your own pace. Visiting the various stations could take 30 minutes to an hour. Event closes at noon.
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Event Sessions
Monday, March 8 & 15 - Mantid Monday
Tuesday, March 9 & 16 - Hop on the Dragon Wagon… with Dragonflies!*
Wednesday, March 10 & 17 - Lovely Ladybug Day
Thursday, March 11 & 18 - Lepidoptera Thursday: Butterflies and Moths
Friday, March 12 & 19 - TGIB: Thank Gardens, it’s Bees!
Please note that the Insect Antennae craft will be the same at all sessions.
*Cool fact: Dragonflies can’t hop. Most can’t even walk. The majority of dragonfly species only use their legs for grasping.

Event Venue & Nearby Stays

The Dinosaur Company, 1277 Andrews Pkwy, Allen, United States

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