Clark Planetarium will be filled with dinosaurs on August 3.
That’s because kids who sculpt a clay T-rex, raptor, stegosaurus, or any other kind of dinosaur, will earn free admission to the premier of “Dinosaur Passage to Pangaea” in IMAX®3D. The best dinosaur sculptor (age groups 2-4 and 5 and up) will win a family membership to Clark Planetarium.
“Dinosaur Passage to Pangaea” is a claymation adventure following two geology students on a time-traveling adventure to experience one of the greatest geological events of all time: the separation of the supercontinent Pangaea. From racing across the landscape atop dinosaurs to plummeting to the center of the earth, “Dinosaur Passage to Pangaea” explores the tectonic forces that shaped our world.
“Dinosaur Passage to Pangaea” premiers Friday, August 3 at 11:00 a.m. in the ATK IMAX Theatre. The film runs 35 minutes and is appropriate for all ages. Doors open at 10:00 a.m. for the “Claymation Dinosaur” event. All entries must be submitted by 10:45 a.m. Members are free.