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updated: 11/5/2013 4:46 PM

Elgin's museum presents 'Paleontology Science Night' for families

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Discover Brachiosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, and Triceratops who ruled Earth 65 million years ago as well as the paleontologists who study them today at the Elgin Public Museum's "Paleontology Science Night."

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Stop by the natural history museum for different stations set up around the museum for kids and their families to get their hands dirty with excavations, activities and demonstrations during Science Night Friday, Nov. 8.

This drop-in program will run from 6 to 8 p.m. It is $2 per person. No registration is necessary, but if you are planning to attend, call (847) 741-6655 or email epm@cityofelgin.org so we have sufficient supplies. The museum is located at in Elgin's Lords Park at 225 Grand Blvd.

Visit elginpublicmuseum.org or find the museum on Facebook.

Built in 1907, the Elgin Public Museum is the only natural history museum in the Fox Valley area. The museum offers exhibits and educational programs with natural history and cultural themes for families, school groups, Scouts, clubs, organizations, home-schoolers and anyone who wants to have fun while learning.

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