2017-05-18 / Family

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Kids really ‘dig’ Conejo Rec and Park District event


IF THE HAT FITS—Zoe Upton, a 5-year-old Camarillo resident, searches for “fossils” during the Conejo Rec and Park District’s annual Dinosaur Dig on Saturday at Conejo Community Park. Hosted by CRPD’s outdoor unit, the event allowed kids to play paleontologist for the day, hunting for plastic dinosaur remains in sandboxes. 
Photos by BOBBY CURTIS/Acorn Newspapers IF THE HAT FITS—Zoe Upton, a 5-year-old Camarillo resident, searches for “fossils” during the Conejo Rec and Park District’s annual Dinosaur Dig on Saturday at Conejo Community Park. Hosted by CRPD’s outdoor unit, the event allowed kids to play paleontologist for the day, hunting for plastic dinosaur remains in sandboxes. Photos by BOBBY CURTIS/Acorn Newspapers

SEEKING RARE AND ANCIENT THINGS— Levi Jackson, 3, of Simi Valley searches for fossils with his dad during the Dinosaur Dig. SEEKING RARE AND ANCIENT THINGS— Levi Jackson, 3, of Simi Valley searches for fossils with his dad during the Dinosaur Dig.

INTRO TO PALEONTOLOGY— Thousand Oaks resident Jovian Zehnder, 4, takes part in the Dinosaur Dig May 13. INTRO TO PALEONTOLOGY— Thousand Oaks resident Jovian Zehnder, 4, takes part in the Dinosaur Dig May 13.

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