New dinosaurs for our community are on the horizon. The DinoArts Association is working with Dinosaur Valley Studios to create three new dinosaurs for the community. These dinos are being created to replace a few of the sculptures that have been damaged or destroyed within the last few years. 

Progress is moving well according to Dinosaur Valley Studios President Frank Hadfield. "We have all of the internal steel armature completed and the wire mesh. Now we have started the skin layer of concrete."

DinoArts and Dinosaur Valley Studios worked together on the designs. "They are different from any of the other dinosaurs that are around town. They're kind of made in the same style but they'll be different from anything else that is around town now," comments Hadfield.

Hadfield thinks the public will enjoy these new dinosaurs. The placement of these sculptures is still a few months away as the concrete must cure and they dinosaurs must be painted. They should be out on display later this spring.

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