Exploring the dino world


Kids participate in Parks & Rec ‘Dino Dig’ activities

Cree Childers, 3, climbs up the large dirt pile at Vermont Park as he tries to find more hidden dinosaurs during Tuesday evening’s second session of Dino Dig hosted by Sedalia Parks and Recreation.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Kids Camp Coordinator Lorin Blackburn Thierfelder explains the next Dino Dig activity to the kids — searching for dinosaurs in two large dirt piles — during Tuesday evening’s event hosted by Sedalia Parks and Recreation. Before beginning their dig, the kids all gave their best dinosaur roars while wearing their dino masks, then ran to the dig sites.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Addison Thornton, 4, finds yet another dinosaur hidden in the dirt at Vermont Park during Tuesday evening’s Dino Dig. “I have to find all the dinosaurs trapped in the rocks,” she told her parents.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Jazlyn Jett, 8, helps her little sister Madilyn, 3, pour the “mud,” otherwise known as chocolate pudding, into her bowl of rocks, also referred to as crushed Oreo cookies, to create their mud snack. The final ingredient was topping the mud with gummy dinosaurs. Jazlyn helped Madilyn throughout the entire Dino Dig event Tuesday evening.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Cousins Riley Pritchard, 3, left, and Laker Linn, 3, giggle as they blow bubbles at each other at the conclusion of Tuesday evening’s Dino Dig at Vermont Park.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Sophie Adams, 3, takes a break from making her “mud’ snack to smile for her mom to take a photo.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Phoebe Kramer, 3, carefully paints her dinosaur-shaped sun-catcher with pink paint, which appropriately matched her bright pink outfit, during the craft portion of Dino Dig.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Switching from his hands to a shovel, Cayden Jett, 5, tries to find one last dinosaur in the dirt dig site at Vermont Park as the dig portion of Dino Dig came to an end Tuesday evening.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Cree Childers, 3, climbs up the large dirt pile at Vermont Park as he tries to find more hidden dinosaurs during Tuesday evening’s second session of Dino Dig hosted by Sedalia Parks and Recreation.

Kids Camp Coordinator Lorin Blackburn Thierfelder explains the next Dino Dig activity to the kids — searching for dinosaurs in two large dirt piles — during Tuesday evening’s event hosted by Sedalia Parks and Recreation. Before beginning their dig, the kids all gave their best dinosaur roars while wearing their dino masks, then ran to the dig sites.

Addison Thornton, 4, finds yet another dinosaur hidden in the dirt at Vermont Park during Tuesday evening’s Dino Dig. “I have to find all the dinosaurs trapped in the rocks,” she told her parents.

Jazlyn Jett, 8, helps her little sister Madilyn, 3, pour the “mud,” otherwise known as chocolate pudding, into her bowl of rocks, also referred to as crushed Oreo cookies, to create their mud snack. The final ingredient was topping the mud with gummy dinosaurs. Jazlyn helped Madilyn throughout the entire Dino Dig event Tuesday evening.

Cousins Riley Pritchard, 3, left, and Laker Linn, 3, giggle as they blow bubbles at each other at the conclusion of Tuesday evening’s Dino Dig at Vermont Park.

Sophie Adams, 3, takes a break from making her “mud’ snack to smile for her mom to take a photo.

Phoebe Kramer, 3, carefully paints her dinosaur-shaped sun-catcher with pink paint, which appropriately matched her bright pink outfit, during the craft portion of Dino Dig.

Switching from his hands to a shovel, Cayden Jett, 5, tries to find one last dinosaur in the dirt dig site at Vermont Park as the dig portion of Dino Dig came to an end Tuesday evening.

Cree Childers, 3, climbs up the large dirt pile at Vermont Park as he tries to find more hidden dinosaurs during Tuesday evening’s second session of Dino Dig hosted by Sedalia Parks and Recreation.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_TSD062916DinoDig.jpgCree Childers, 3, climbs up the large dirt pile at Vermont Park as he tries to find more hidden dinosaurs during Tuesday evening’s second session of Dino Dig hosted by Sedalia Parks and Recreation. Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Kids Camp Coordinator Lorin Blackburn Thierfelder explains the next Dino Dig activity to the kids — searching for dinosaurs in two large dirt piles — during Tuesday evening’s event hosted by Sedalia Parks and Recreation. Before beginning their dig, the kids all gave their best dinosaur roars while wearing their dino masks, then ran to the dig sites.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_TSD062916DinoDig2.jpgKids Camp Coordinator Lorin Blackburn Thierfelder explains the next Dino Dig activity to the kids — searching for dinosaurs in two large dirt piles — during Tuesday evening’s event hosted by Sedalia Parks and Recreation. Before beginning their dig, the kids all gave their best dinosaur roars while wearing their dino masks, then ran to the dig sites. Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Addison Thornton, 4, finds yet another dinosaur hidden in the dirt at Vermont Park during Tuesday evening’s Dino Dig. “I have to find all the dinosaurs trapped in the rocks,” she told her parents.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_TSD062916DinoDig-3.jpgAddison Thornton, 4, finds yet another dinosaur hidden in the dirt at Vermont Park during Tuesday evening’s Dino Dig. “I have to find all the dinosaurs trapped in the rocks,” she told her parents. Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Jazlyn Jett, 8, helps her little sister Madilyn, 3, pour the “mud,” otherwise known as chocolate pudding, into her bowl of rocks, also referred to as crushed Oreo cookies, to create their mud snack. The final ingredient was topping the mud with gummy dinosaurs. Jazlyn helped Madilyn throughout the entire Dino Dig event Tuesday evening.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_TSD062916DinoDig4.jpgJazlyn Jett, 8, helps her little sister Madilyn, 3, pour the “mud,” otherwise known as chocolate pudding, into her bowl of rocks, also referred to as crushed Oreo cookies, to create their mud snack. The final ingredient was topping the mud with gummy dinosaurs. Jazlyn helped Madilyn throughout the entire Dino Dig event Tuesday evening. Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Cousins Riley Pritchard, 3, left, and Laker Linn, 3, giggle as they blow bubbles at each other at the conclusion of Tuesday evening’s Dino Dig at Vermont Park.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_TSD062916DinoDig5.jpgCousins Riley Pritchard, 3, left, and Laker Linn, 3, giggle as they blow bubbles at each other at the conclusion of Tuesday evening’s Dino Dig at Vermont Park. Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Sophie Adams, 3, takes a break from making her “mud’ snack to smile for her mom to take a photo.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_TSD062916DinoDig6.jpgSophie Adams, 3, takes a break from making her “mud’ snack to smile for her mom to take a photo. Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Phoebe Kramer, 3, carefully paints her dinosaur-shaped sun-catcher with pink paint, which appropriately matched her bright pink outfit, during the craft portion of Dino Dig.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_TSD062916DinoDig7.jpgPhoebe Kramer, 3, carefully paints her dinosaur-shaped sun-catcher with pink paint, which appropriately matched her bright pink outfit, during the craft portion of Dino Dig. Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Switching from his hands to a shovel, Cayden Jett, 5, tries to find one last dinosaur in the dirt dig site at Vermont Park as the dig portion of Dino Dig came to an end Tuesday evening.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_TSD062916DinoDig8.jpgSwitching from his hands to a shovel, Cayden Jett, 5, tries to find one last dinosaur in the dirt dig site at Vermont Park as the dig portion of Dino Dig came to an end Tuesday evening. Nicole Cooke | Democrat
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