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Dinosaur Track Excavations

Dinosaur Dig 2014 Creation Evidence Museum

 

We Dig Dinosaurs...Come Join Us!

The Creation Evidence Museum is excited to announce its 2021 Homeschool dinosaur track
and human footprint excavation. This event is an exciting time of discovery of a never-before
excavated site! The Dig is located on the Paluxy River in Glen Rose, Texas. The site holds
thousands of dinosaur (and possibly human!) prints. Actual bones have also been unearthed in
the area.


Objectives

  • To orient children to creation evidence, learn basic paleontology, and experience an actual excavation.
  • To make homeschool families aware of the many creation evidence resources available to them.
  • To learn through evening classes taught by creation science leaders



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!! Print Liability Waiver !!
Every participant must sign a waiver before participating in the excavations.

 

Dates

Monday, May 31 through Friday, June 4

Times

Meet at the museum at 8:00 am each day
Excavations will end at 12:00 pm
Free time will be available from noon to 6 pm

Monday through Friday, 6:00 - 7:30, the following special events will occur:

  • Be excited by an interactive “Night at the Museum”, hosted by Dr. Carl Baugh
  • Meet a Biblical archaeologist who has explored both on Mt. Ararat and at Qumran (site of the Dead Sea Scrolls)
  • Hear from creation scientist Jim Hoff on why conventional evolution is not just unlikely, it’s impossible
  • Learn about “God’s Glory” from Eric Hovind of CreationToday.org.

Cost

$250 per family
Two adults max and their children (must have school-age children)
Fee paid at registration


Location

Creation Evidence Museum
3102 F.M. 205
Glen Rose, Texas 76043

Lodging and Food

All participants must provide their own lodging and food.
NOTE: Make your lodging arrangements early, because "Glen Rose is a popular destination for outings to Dinosaur Valley State Park, Dinosaur World Dino Walk, and Fossil Rim Wildlife Park!"

Suggested Clothing

Cool clothing with covering on your legs (please, no shorts or swim wear), kneepads, hat, sunglasses and sunscreen.

Tools & Supplies

NOTE: All participants must bring their own tools

• 2 inch wooden handle paint brush (must be wooden to protect fossils)
• Small 3-inch pointed trowel
• Brick hammer with wide flange on back, one per family
• Plenty of drinking water

All participants must sign a Release of Liability Form for the Creation Evidence Museum and the
private land owner, on whose land we excavate (parents must sign for children). This releases the
Creation Evidence Museum and the landowner from liability in case of accident or injury.

Please understand that the excavations take place along the limestone ledges of the Paluxy River. Thus, we have to be aware of, and deal with, the elements of nature, such as poison ivy, snakes, ticks and heat. This is not an excursion to your local science museum. It is participation in an actual on-site excavation. Children participating are the full responsibility of their parents. No one will be allowed to wander off from the planned activities, and everyone must remain within the boundaries described by the Director. We must observe these rules for the safety of all.

 

 

ABOUT THE MUSEUM
The Creation Evidence Museum
of Texas is a 501(c)3 non-profit
educational museum chartered
in Texas for the purpose
of researching and displaying
scientific evidence for creation.
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3102 FM 205
Glen Rose, Texas 76043
Phone: 254-897-3200

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Thursday - Saturday
10am - 4pm

ADMISSION

$6 Per Person
FREE - Children 5 & Under
FREE - Active Duty Military

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