dinosaur museum

What’s Happening?

Upcoming events…please check back often for more detailed updates!

NOTE: Calendar subject to change. Please check again prior to attending an event.


Dec 5, Sat., 1:00pm-2:00pm…WOW Science…Science Matters…Ever wonder how to make bubbles or watch styrofoam disappear? You can learn the answer to these questions, plus make Elephant’s toothpaste, check out the forces of a wind tunnel and shoot off an Air Zooka. Bring your camera and questions and get ready for a lot of FUN!

Dec 19, Sat., 1:00pm-3:00pm…Jingle all the Way…Mrs. Claus has flown down from the North Pole to bring you warm, Winter fun with her bags of stories, songs and poems. The best part is everyone gets to be part of the show! Mrs. Claus and Santa will be here for pictures starting at 12:30pm. So “Jingle on Down” for some Mrs. Claus fun! 

Dec 24, Thurs…9:00am-3:00pm…Christmas Eve…The Dinosaur Resource Center will be closing at 3:00pm on Christmas Eve.

Dec 25, Fri…Christmas Day…Happy Holidays!!! The Dinosaur Resource Center will be closed on Christmas day. We will reopen on Saturday, Dec. 26th.

Dec 29, Tues., 9:00am-6:00pm…Kids Free Day2 children, ages 12 and under, will receive FREE admission with one paid regular priced adult admission. Join the DRC for a fun filled day with various activity tables for you to explore. 

Dec 31, Thurs., 9:00am-3:00pm…New Year’s Eve…The Dinosaur Resource Center will be closing at 3:00pm on New Year’s Eve.


Jan 1, Fri…New Year’s Day…The Dinosaur Resource Center will be closed. We will reopen on Sat., Jan. 2, 2021.

Feb 13, Sat., 1:00pm-3:00pm…Critters that still Dominate the Oceans Today…Lake George Gem and Mineral club is proud to offer a special exhibit of more than 60 species of sea creatures that lived in this area during the Pennsylvanian age (between 318-295 million years ago). This was before the time of dinosaurs and our part of Colorado was covered by a shallow sea. Most of the critters that lived in our ocean back then were small and simple like snails, clams, sea urchins, worms, sponges and corals, but there were also sharks and relatives of the octopus and squid. Some have living descendants and others are completely extinct today. Come, look, touch and ask questions of Paul Combs who is a member of the Lake George Gem and Mineral Club. Paul will be giving free pieces of petrified wood out as long as it lasts. Handouts to take home will also be available.



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