Dig into the fascinating world of fossils during this month’s Family Fun day at the Museum! We’ll explore ancient whales from millions of years ago and dig for fossil shark teeth, while practicing being paleontologists. All ages welcome, but this is especially relevant for kiddos ages 7-10.
Saturday, April 16, 2022 10-11 a.m. UPDATE: This program has been moved to 2-3 p.m. due to rain. Location: Outside the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History
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This program will be led by the Museum’s Education Coordinator Chris Soriano and Public Programs Coordinator Rocio Sanchez-Nolasco.
We’ll explore ancient whales from millions of years ago and dig for fossil shark teeth, while practicing being paleontologists. Activities will be tailored to the general age of the group.
You are welcome to continue exploring fossils inside the Museum after the program. Kids and Museum Members are free. Admission for adults is $4.
Please follow the latest guidelines for covid safety at the time of the program.