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New family-friendly show premieres at the Delta College Planetarium

June 27, 2024

Dinosaurs: A Story of Survival

Dinosaurs: A Story of Survival premiers at the Delta College Planetarium Saturday, June 29 at 2pm. Join Celeste and her magical friend, Moon, on an amazing adventure as they learn not all dinosaurs went extinct.

Dinosaurs was created specifically for the immersive, full-dome experience. It is an award-winning film by Render Area, the Madrid-based studio of geologist, naturalist, and filmmaker Javier Bollaín. The Spanish company rose to international notoriety with its first film Beyond the Sun and is one of the few producers specializing in this type of audiovisual production. Its programs have been translated into 24 languages, reaching more than 20 countries.

Dinosaurs: A Story of Survival is a family-friendly show with a 30-minute run time. Every performance is accompanied by a short follow-on presentation about the current night sky and hot topics. The program runs every Saturday (except July 6) at 2pm from June 29 through August 31.

Admission is $7 for adults and $5 for children 3-18, seniors, students and military. Tickets may be purchased online or at the Delta College Planetarium at 100 Center Avenue in downtown Bay City. 

For more information, visit the planetarium’s website or call 989-667-2260.