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Storyteller night will be presented by SRAC member Jack Andrus! Jack will come dressed in Native Indian costume and share interactive Native Indian children stories that all ages will enjoy! Authentic stories! Door prizes! Fun for all ages! Kids $3, Adults $5
When many of the ancient mounds and earthworks in
• The People of Atlantis
• The Vikings
Deb Twigg will take you through time and show you many mounds that she has personally visited in her quest to unravel what has become known in the scientific world as the “Mound Builder Myth.”
Doors open at . Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for SRAC members and children under 18.
Ralph Rataul, Archaeology Collections Technician, will provide a digital presentation displaying the Museum's varied sample of approximately two-dozen birdstones. In addition, we are calling out to all collectors to bring their birdstones from around the region. Setup for collectors is from to and secure storage is available. Join us for a very rare afternoon of sharing and learning. Admission is $5 Adults, $4 SRAC Members, $3 Children
The SRAC Wildlife Rehab Series will be presented every third Thursday of the month and will include many topics throughout the year to include discussions on owls and other large birds, porcupines, deer, reptiles, bats, water fowl, garden birds and more! Live animals will be present every night! Admission is $3 for children under 18, $5 for adults and $3 for SRAC members.
Dr. Marshall Becker, Senior Fellow at
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