Dino Day Thunders Into the Museum of TTU

Dino Day Thunders Into the Museum of TTU

LUBBOCK, TX—DINO DAY 2012 will arrive May 5 at the Museum of Texas Tech University, located at the SEcorner of 4th Street and Indiana Avenue, where parking and admission are free. The events of DINO DAY run 1-4pm, and are found throughout the Museum.DINO DAY is an afternoon of free family fun that’s a come-and-go event during which visitors can journey back to the Mesozoic Age when dinosaurs ruled the land and pterosaurs soared the skies. Participants can learn dinosaur names, dig for fossils, talk to a paleontologist, decorate their own DINO hats, and create a T. rex puppet and clay DINO art to take home.{{more]}All DINO DAY activities areFREE of charge! Many activities are geared to folks ages 6 and up, but there’s something for the Littlest Explorers too! Below is a schedule of some of the many DINO DAY 2012 offerings: Morning Activitieso 10:30am laserPOP, Moody Planetariumo 11:30am “Earth’s Wild Ride,” Moody PlanetariumDINO DAY – Afternoon Activitieso 12:30pm “Earth’s Wild Ride,” Moody Planetariumo 1pm BBC’s “Walking with Dinosaurs,” Museum Theatero 1pm* T. rex meets Triceratops Puppet Showo 1:30pm* “DINO Says” o 1:30pm Movies@The Museum: Journey to the Center of the Earth, Jones Auditorium.o 2pm laserPOP, Moody Planetariumo 2pm* DINO Dancingo 3pm* Repeat of the Puppet Showo 3:30pm “Earth’s Wild Ride,” Moody Planetarium* An activity especially for the littlest explorers and their accompanying adults.To request special assistance, contact the Museum Education office at museum.education@ttu.edu, or call 742-2432.Stay up to date with MoTTU exhibitions and events at www.museum.ttu.edu. “There’s something for everyone at the Museum.”