February 26, 2001
at the Burke Museum
Come to the Burke Museum on Saturday, March 3, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and have a blast with creatures from the past. Dinosaur Day is your chance to come face to face with these mysterious giants and their teeth. Rarely seen fossils from the Burke's extensive collection are brought out especially for this annual event, including items that help to explain how dinosaurs became extinct.
There'll be plenty of hands-on activities for the entire family. You can make fossil rubbings, "dino" drawings, and write about your favorite dinosaur in your very own Dinosaur and Fossil Field Notebook. Check up on science facts and information and travel the Burke in search of colorful stamps for your Dinosaur Timeline. For more information, call (206) 543-5590 or visit our website at www.burkemuseum.org.