Life-like and Life-size, Animatronic Dinosaurs to Provide “Dino Therapy” in Metro Detroit!
May 17, 2022 - Animatronic life-like and life-size dinosaurs from the national touring Dino & Dragon Stroll event, will pay a special visit to Dutton Farm in Rochester, MI and Beaumont Children’s Hospital in Royal Oak, MI. The Dutton Farm and Beaumont events are not public events, rather, they provide adults with disabilities and young children with a form of “Dino Therapy”.
The dinosaurs make special visits to hospitals, schools, and organizations to provide happiness in the form of “Dino Therapy” by creating dino-mite smiles to those they meet. Guests will have the ability to get up close and interact, touch, and take photos with the dinosaurs in a setting they are comfortable in.
The larger open-to-the-public Dino & Dragon Stroll North American Tour takes place in Canterbury Village in Lake Orion May 19-22 and May 28 & 29.
Dino & Dragon Stroll North American Tour
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This and Top Photo: Dino & Dragon Stroll North American Tour
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About Dino & Dragon Stroll
Dino & Dragon Stroll is the ONLY North American tour that lets you walk-thru and get up close to life-like and life-size dinosaurs AND dragons. This must-see event features the LARGEST creatures touring the country, much larger than any other event of its kind. Our dinosaurs and dragons are MASSIVE, some standing over 28 feet tall and spanning over 60 feet long. Dino & Dragon Stroll also features the NEWEST dinosaurs and dragons produced with advanced animatronic and sound technology that brings these amazing creatures to life.
Dino & Dragon Stroll is an interactive event allowing guests to walk thru this realistic and memorable outdoor experience. While guests stroll, they can get up close to dinosaurs throughout the exhibit, ranging from babies to life-like and life-size dinosaurs including encounters with a T-Rex, Velociraptor and Stegosaurus, just to name a few. Guests can also get up close and personal with a selection of large, serpentine, winged, horned and legendary fire breathing dragons, just as you imagined them.
This one-of-a-kind event will provide the best opportunity to see and feel what it must have been like when the world’s largest creatures roamed the earth!
With every stop on their North American tour, Dino & Dragon Stroll teams up with a local food bank/pantry as part of their “Stomp Out Hunger” initiative to help those struggling within each local community. Guests are encouraged to bring items to the event to donate. There will be collection bins located at the front entrance of the stroll. All collected food items will then be donated to help children and families in the Knoxville area facing hunger and food insecurities.
About Dutton Farm
Dutton Farm, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, that embodies an adult education program, workforce development program and community involvement opportunities. These programs are designed around the support of the organization to provide guidance for adults with developmental disabilities as they choose meaningful life engagement, training, and pre-vocational opportunities. Community engagement and involvement are key to Dutton Farm’s mission. Dutton Farm believes in life-long relationships with the people or organizations that support us.
The core mission of Dutton Farm is about, empowering and supporting adults with disabilities to live a life of purpose, inclusion and dignity. Our vision is to create a just-world where you will find dignified inclusion in our schools, workplaces, government, communities, churches and beyond. Dutton Farm has become an integral part in the local community. As a result, our program has created a safe environment that allows disabled adults to explore their gifts and prepare for a life of employment, empowerment and dignity. To learn more, visit www.DuttonFarm.org
About Beaumont Children’s Hospital
Beaumont Children’s provides care for more than 200,000 infants, children and teenagers each year through their eight hospital campuses, dozens of outpatient clinics and treatment centers. Patients come from all around Michigan, across the country and even around the world to receive care from any of the 400+ affiliated pediatricians and more than 100 pediatric medical and surgical subspecialists.
Beaumont Children’s broad range of services includes more than 30 medical and surgical subspecialties, such as cardiology, diabetes, gastroenterology, hematology and oncology, neurology, surgery, trauma and more. Beaumont Children’s is also a member of the Children’s Miracle Network, a national alliance for premier hospitals for children, dedicated to saving and improving the lives of children by raising funds for children’s hospitals across North America. To learn more, visit www.Beaumont.org
May 18, 2022, CV Events and Rochester.Life Staff