Dinosaur Day - Science Fest in Rocklin
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The Sierra College Natural History Museum presents the 2013 Dinosaur Day - Science Fest Sunday, March 10, 2013 9am - 4pm at the Sierra College Rocklin Campus, Sewell Hall, both inside and outside. The Sierra College Natural History Museum presents the 2013 Dinosaur Day - Science Fest: Surviving Change, on Sunday, March 10, 2013.
This is a fun all-day family adventure. This year along with displays and activities surrounding the study of dinosaurs, Dinosaur Day-Science Fest will include demonstrations in paleontology and physics, and a planetarium show. This biennial event continually grows in popularity offering the community a day of lively lectures, fun activities and a chance to get an up-close look at the amazing collection of natural history specimens housed in the Museum located on the Rocklin Campus of Sierra College. Included in its collection of fossil dinosaurs are a triceratops skull, a pachycephalosaurus skull, T-rex skull replica, dinosaur leg bones, a giant theropod footprint and a full mount cast of a hypsilophodont.
Things to do:
- See live animal shows
- Learn about new technologies that help us carry on
- Examine the remarkable animals around us
- Cool Chemistry shows
- Fantastic Physics shows
- Out of this world Planetarium shows
- Make real slime with chemists
- Watch your custom t-shirt be created
- Science Club BBQ featuring Dino Nuggets
- Take a spin on the Eco Wheel
- Create your own dinosaur artwork
- Have fun with math
- Meet paleontologists and watch them prepare a real fossil
- See new exhibits in the Natural History Museum
- Be there when a dinosaur is delivered to the museum
Free Parking for the day.
The Rocklin Campus is located at 5000 Rocklin Road, in Rocklin. Pricing: Children 4-12 $7, Adults $10, Children under 4 Free. Free parking.
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