Get your dinosaur groove on at library Saturday

Dip on down to dig some dinosaurs at the Everett Public Library Saturday. There are two free concerts, 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., with Seattle songwriter and musician Nancy Stewart.

Stewart entertains with her quirky children’s songs: “Dinoaurs in Cars” or “Continental Drift,” and gets the audience, young and old, digging and dancing to the dino tunes.

Stewart was a lead guitarist and singer with Randy Sparks and the Back Porch Majority, and has performed in concerts with Burl Ives, Shirley Jones, Bill Cosby and Lily Tomlin, according to her bio.

The concerts are in the Everett Library’s main auditorium, 2702 Hoyt Ave., Everett. Go to www.epls.org for more library events.

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