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Thursday, February 07, 2019

5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Location:

Dunn Museum

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Instructors:

April Vaos

How Coyote Was the Moon

How Coyote Was the Moon Come read the story "How Coyote Was the Moon" and learn why coyotes have been portrayed as wily tricksters in the past and present. Then touch coyote fur and learn why they are very “talkative” during the winter months.

This is a drop-in program, stop by anytime between 5:00 and 6:30 PM to learn about our talkative winter resident, coyotes.

Enjoy free programs every first and third Thursday evening at the Dunn Museum. Experience the Dunn Museum after hours to learn more about your local history and enviornment, engage in hands-on programs, and expand your curiosity. Come discover the possibilities the museum has for all ages!

Proudly sponsored by:

USG

Who:  

Families with children 12 and under.
 
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