St. Patrick's Day parade Head to York, Pa., Saturday...


March 09, 2000|By Tom LoBianco

St. Patrick's Day parade

Head to York, Pa., Saturday for an early St. Patrick's Day parade. Area bands will play, and the Irishtown Fire Co. will drive through with its green fire trucks. The parade will also feature clowns, antique cars, television personalities, elected officials and more. Before and after the parade, there will be other events for the family, including storytelling, Irish dancing, a concert and an Irish sing-along.

The York St. Patrick's Day parade will begin at 1 p.m. Saturday at Market and Penn streets and continue along Market Street to Queen Street, York, Pa. Free. Call 717-848-2397.

`Discovering Dinosaurs'

You can run but you can't hide from these prehistoric monsters. Tomorrow through June 4 in Wilmington, Del., "Discovering Dinosaurs: The Great Exhibition" will feature life-size re-creations of saurophaganax, the largest meat eater of the Jurassic era; pterosaur, the largest flying reptile; archaeopteryx, the oldest bird; and much more. There's even a pair of preserved embryos still in their 65-million-year-old eggs. Fossils, including teeth, bones, footprints and skin impressions, will also be on display, and some may be touched by visitors.

"Discovering Dinosaurs: The Great Exhibition" will be on display tomorrow through June 4 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily at the First USA Riverfront Arts Center, 800 S. Madison St., Wilmington, Del. $10; $9 seniors; $5 children ages 2-12; children under 2 free. Call 302-425-4890.

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