April 5 in Bismarck: “Crack the Case” on Dinosaur Eggs
Local toddlers and preschoolers are invited to the North Dakota Heritage Center & State Museum to "crack the case" on dinosaur eggs!
Can you believe that dinosaurs used to live here in the Great White North? If you take a trip to the North Dakota Heritage Center & State Museum, in Bismarck, you will discover some incredible things about our state's history. That includes the fact that prehistoric monsters and creatures once roamed North Dakota.
On Monday, April 5th, you can bring your little ones to the North Dakota Heritage Center & State Museum for a bit of educational fun! According to Eventbrite, kids will "use Science to 'crack the case' on dinosaur eggs." This free, interactive event is for toddlers and preschoolers. Get more information about Little Kids, Big World: Dinosaur Eggs, here.
- Little Kids, Big World: Dinosaur Eggs
- Monday, April 5, 2021
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM and 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM
- North Dakota Heritage Center & State Museum
612 East Boulevard Avenue, Bismarck
This event may be for the little kids, but I think parents could enjoy it, too. Dinosaurs are so fascinating. And it is hard to even fathom that they once lived on the land that in now known as North Dakota. I can imagine life would be a lot different (and a lot scarier) in North Dakota if humans were around when the dinosaurs were.
What do you find most fascinating about the history of dinosaurs and North Dakota?
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