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Morning Show Interview: Dino Day at the Wyoming State Museum

Published: Jun. 1, 2022 at 9:04 AM CDT
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CASPER, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - Melisa McChesney, Curator of Community Engagement for the Wyoming State Museum, spoke with Wyoming News Now on June 1, 2022, about the return of Dino Day on Saturday, June 4. This is the second year Dino Day will be hosted by the museum, there will be a variety of crafts and activities that people of all ages can participate in.

At this year’s Dino Day participants will learn what it takes to be a paleontologist and why they study the prehistoric past. There will be an opportunity for guests to help the UW Geological Museum prepare some fish fossils.

The museum is asking people to register in advance for the event so they can make sure they have enough supplies. Registration slots are for an hour, participants can enter the museum at any time during their hour and then stay for the rest of the day. The event is free to attend. To register online click here. For more information about the event visit the Wyoming State Museum website.

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