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Children's Natural History Museum
New Ice Age Fossils Fundraiser
from FaceBook Corporate Excavation
October 2, 9,16,23, Saturday
1-4 pm
registration online, tickets must be purchased prior
Learn more about museum
Location:  4074 Eggers Drive, Fremont)

There is a $10 entrance donation to see the new exhibit including newly donated Pleistocene Fossils excavated while building Facebook corporate offices. Discover the horse fossils found only a few feet under the San Franisco Bay mud and what that might mean in understanding the evolution of the horse. Learn about the future of our museum.   Covid-19 has impacted the museum operations.  All funds support the continuation of museum. Children under 2 are free. Maximum number of registration is 50.   Children will get a special discovery kit to help observe exhibit.  They also will get a scavenger hunt to earn a prize.  Special identification of rocks and minerals. Refreshed displays.  Masks are required inside museum.

New exhibit that helps the public understand how our Earth was formed and how the very chemistry of creation directed molecules to form life.  Life evolved through time, incorporating the very elements that produced the minerals within our crust. Throughout the exhibits you will learn: 1. Chemistry of Creation. The elements needed for a new world.  2.  Plate Tectonics. The changing  forces, creating landscapes on and within the Earth's crust. Forces that create igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks. 3. Present is key to the past.  Biological life of today helps interpret fossils of the past. 4. Fossils tell a Story.  Fossil reveal an intricate story of evolution on Earth. The local fossils tell a wild and wonderful Ice Age evolution.


troubles with registration: contact Hagos at hagos@msnucleus.org

October 2, 2021, Saturday
1-4 pm

Explore new exhibit and learn how fossils become part of the crust to reveal stories of evolution.  Presentation at 2:00 pm to understand better the exhibit and to look at new fossils donated by Facebook (Menlo Park)  and Caltrans (along 680).

October 9, 2021, Saturday
1-4 pm

Explore new exhibit and learn how fossils become part of the crust to reveal stories of evolution.  Presentation at 2:00 pm to understand better the exhibit and to look at new fossils donated by Facebook (Menlo Park)  and Caltrans (along 680).

October 16, 2021, Saturday
1-4 pm

Explore new exhibit and learn how fossils become part of the crust to reveal stories of evolution.  Presentation at 2:00 pm to understand better the exhibit and to look at new fossils donated by Facebook (Menlo Park)  and Caltrans (along 680).

October 23, 2021, Saturday
1-4 pm

Explore new exhibit and learn how fossils become part of the crust to reveal stories of evolution.  Presentation at 2:00 pm to understand better the exhibit and to look at new fossils donated by Facebook (Menlo Park)  and Caltrans (along 680).


for more information on classes
Joyce Blueford  (blueford@msnucleus.org
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registration problems?
call or email Hagos (510)790-6284  or hagos@msnucleus.org


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