To kick off “Dino-vember,” the Cranbrook Institute of Science is visiting the Henry Ford Centennial Library for an in-person dinosaur program, geared toward adults and children alike, on Tuesday, November 1 at 6 p.m. in Conference Room 15 on the third floor. The Henry Ford Centennial Library is located at 16301 Michigan Avenue.

The program from the Cranbrook Institute of Science will include a fascinating and engaging presentation about the life and growth of Tyrannosaurus Rex, with fossils and casts to view and touch – of not only T. Rex, but also some other dinosaurs that existed during the time of the T. Rex.

Space is limited and registration is required. To register, visit the Library’s events calendar at More information can be found on the Library’s website, or by calling (313) 943-2330.

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