As the snow flies, Gallatin Valley Friends of the Sciences continues its popular lecture series with an always interesting discussion this month. Co-sponsored by Museum of the Rockies and Hopa Mountain, the next talk of the season is set for Wednesday, November 15th. “Exploring the Age of Dinosaurs in Montana” will begin at 6pm. It will be held in MOR’s Hager Auditorium.
How can we uncover new insights into the lives and times of animals that lived over 66 million years ago? Dr. John Scannella, the John R. Horner Curator of Paleontology at Museum of the Rockies, will discuss new discoveries in the field and lab that are helping to piece together our view of the ancient past and the incredible creatures that once roamed this region.
The informative talks will be presented in person on select Wednesdays this fall. The presentations are free and open to the public, with seating on a first-come, first-served basis. Face masks are recommended but not required.
Find Gallatin Valley Friends of the Sciences on social media or visit www.gallatinscience.org for additional details and information about future talks. The nonprofit was established in 2017 to explore cutting edge science topics, their latest developments, and their relevance to society. •