73 million years ago the Peace Country was a lush forest not far from the sea and home to dozens of species of dinosaurs, lizards and mammals.
Join us and celebrate this regions amazing natural history with PALAEO-PALOOZA at the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum. There is fun for the whole family with guest speakers, activities, crafts and so much more! Tickets for this event are available in person at the museum.
AUGUST 21 | 11am – 4pm
Get “Fired Up” with us and end the summer with a bang! Learn about volcanoes, build your own and watch a big volcano erupt! See if your skills are up to the task of hunting dinos, enjoy a BBQ lunch and listen to a talk by local palaeontologist Matthew Vavrek about recent discoveries!
DOWN TO EARTH
AUGUST 14 | 11am – 4pm
Come “Down to Earth” with us on August 14! Follow in the footsteps of the amazing creatures that have walked this ground with activities for the whole family!
July 17 | 11am – 4pm
Join us and celebrate this regions amazing natural history with Palaeo-Palooza: Water World! Hunt for and learn about water critters, attend the opening of the Burgess Shale Exhibit, hear guest speaker Rick Scott, crafts and more!
HIGH IN THE SKY
July 31 | 11am – 4pm
Discover the amazing flying creatures “High in the Sky”! This Palaeo-Palooza event will feature pterosaur kites and crafts, an introduction to bird watching, and a talk by our own Dr. Corwin Sullivan!
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