|Manager Mike Leschin stands by a good friend at the quarry.|
While the Cleveland Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry was reopened after over a year long remodel in late March, it's actual dedication will take place at the site on Saturday, April 28.
The quarry, known for 70 years for it's diversity of dinosaur fossils, has undergone a true facelift with new displays.
"The Bureau of Land Management has invested into the renovation of this wonderful tourism destination," said Kathy Smith of the Castle Country Travel Region. "It will certainly be an attraction we will be proud to brag about."
The ribbon cutting and rededication ceremony will take place between 11 a.m. and noon.
After that the quarry will be open its regular hours for the tourist season.