Join us Thursday, November 21st for a two-for-one dinosaur program!
At 7:30 pm, join Allen Marquette for a talk on his recent discovery of a Triceratops Dinosaur. Allen spent two days hiking and exploring the badlands on a 9000 acre private ranch near Glendive, Montana, looking for dinosaurs. Several hours into the first day’s explorations Allen discovered the remains of a three horned, frilled ceratopsian dinosaur – better known as Triceratops. There will be Triceratops teeth, Edmontosaurus teeth, crocodile teeth and scoot plates, snake and fish vertebra and other bones to see and touch on display.
Not to leave the kids out of the fun: In honor of this amazing discovery, we will be hosting a drop-in family event from 6:30-7:30 pm. For one hour, the library children’s section will transform into an excavation site and research center. Hear dinosaur stories, hunt for dinosaur bones, explore dino teeth and claws and more at this fun family event!