Students from the University of Washington and Burke Museum representatives talk about their Dinosaur Explorations in Montana. Free event, Senior Citizens Center.
The Depot Museum’s Fossil Fun Fest features reknowned paleontologist Dr. Jack Horner speaking Friday at 7 pm. The Friday evening activities at the Museum run from 5-9 pm and also include wine, cheese, lemonade, cookies and live music by the Celtic Highlanders. Saturday events at the Dust Bowl run from 9 am-5 pm and include a 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament, Food and Craft Vendors, and the museums are open. Activities move to the Rudyard Park from 6-9 pm and include a Food & Beer Garden, live music by Shakedown County and a 7 pm movie at the Hiline Theater.
Celebrate the Opening of GPDM’s 2021 Season with a Root Beer Float for $1 which gets you in the Museum for Free! Purchase more than $10 in the gift shop and get a Malta DQ coupon for an ice cream cone.
Join the Great Plains Dinosaur Museum for their online roundtable discussion series with some of paleontology’s top minds. See what questions our panelists ask when the tables are turned and they get to interview each other. This series is broadcast live on ZOOM and the discussions recording is later posted on the Great Plains Dinosaur Museum’s website: https://greatplainsdinosaurs.org/centrum-a-paleo-roundtable/ and its YouTube channel. The series is free. All you need to do to access the live feed is to download a free version of ZOOM.
Panelists for the April 23 Roundtable are: Dr. Dave Hone (@Dave_Home), Dr. Rodolofo Coria, Dr. Thomas Holtz (@TomHoltzPaleo), Dr. Holly Woodward-Ballard (@histo_holly), and Dr. Susannah Maidment (@Tweetisaurus).
Enjoy the Old Trail Museum’s great Paleo Exhibits and then join them for an evening of music in their own backyard. Rick Clough and the Loose Mules is the featured band.
Gather at the Old Trail Museum for an evening of music in their own backyard. On the lawn right behind the School House Exhibit.