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Life-sized dinosaurs roar again in N.J. county park.

As you enter Field Station: Dinosaurs, you’re greeted by 32 life-sized, moving, realistic dinosaurs. The Dinosaurs make low closed-mouthed throaty whooshes of air sounds.

According to, this wild scientific expedition situated in beautiful Overpeck Park, located in Leonia, is an experience that brings you back in time with the sights and sounds from when dinosaurs roamed the land.

And it’s back with some new socially distant precautions.

“Field Station: Dinosaurs moved all of our shows and activities outdoors and we’re following the state and county’s guideline for public parks,” said Executive Producer, Guy Gsell. “To ensure that all our visitors can have a safe experience, we’ve given the entire park a facelift that includes wider trails and open air tents.”

Visit for more information, daily and season passes as well as information on hosting an event at Field Station: Dinosaurs.

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Mobile book bus returns to Union County

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Union County Public Schools is getting books into students hands with a mobile book bus.

The mobile book bus will hold a six-week tour across the county. The bus will make over 100 stops in the six weeks serving thousands of students. Students will be able to receive multiple free books.

According to WBTV, “after the pandemic paused summer programs last year, this is the first time since 2019 that the mobile book bus is rolling into summer camps and community programs to deliver books to elementary students.

“It’s been a great community effort to try to enhance literacy when students are typically not in the school building,” said Superintendent Andrew Houlihan.

The mobile book bus ends on July 29.

Union County Performing Arts Center closed for renovations and maintenance

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According to the Union County Performing Arts Center website, “effective immediately, the Union County Performing Arts Center will be closed so that the historic Mainstage can undergo necessary renovations and maintenance.  This closure impacts all spaces, including the Hamilton Stage.”

The center hopes to have a refreshed interior and is scheduled to reopen on Sept. 1 of 2021. The center’s next scheduled event is on Sept. 25, Bowling for Soup concert.

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