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New dinosaurs have arrived at the Bollinger County Museum of Natural History in Marble Hill. See the new "Dinosaur Stampede." New dinosaurs include Citipati, Bambiraptor, Quetzalcoatlus, Heterodontosaurus, and Sordes.
New dinosaur replicas are the work of museum curator, Guy Darrough of Lost World Studios. You must see this new exhibit!!!
What are the dinosaurs running from to make them dare to get this close to a T-Rex???
Admission: Adults, $2; 18 years and younger, $1.
Join us at the Bollinger County Museum for the Mississippi River Valley Scenic Drive on Saturday, April 26 for Mountain Man living history with Jim Long from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Mr. Long's presentation features flint lock rifles and a demonstration of flint and steel fire starting, plus other living history showing what a mountain man carried with him to survive the Rocky Mountains in the 1830s and 1840s. You'll see different styles and types of clothing, various powder horns, knives, food, bedrolls, and shelter.
The museum will be open extra hours for the scenic drive weekend. Museum hours on Saturday, April 26 will be 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday noon-4:30 p.m.
Admission: Adults $2 and 18 years and under $1.
For more information call 573-238-1174 or email email@example.com
Join the Bollinger County Museum of Natural History for a new exhibit – Forestry: Life Blood of Our Region.
Take a look back in history at some of the types of tools used in the forestry industry. Learn how these tools would have been used. Wood and wood products were a large part of our region's economy. See examples of some of the types of products produced by this industry.
On May 3, opening day of the exhibit, special guests will be here to answer your questions about forestry and its history. Marty Calvert, MDC forester, will present "The History of Forestry in Southeast Missouri: A Look Back" at 2 p.m. More details will be posted soon.
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