The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum and the Bureau of Land Management's Halloween-themed educational program will have part two of their four-part series Monday at the Johnson County Library in Buffalo.
The program will give kids closer look at owls, bats, fossils and the history behind Halloween.
Jennifer Romanoski, educator at the Gatchell Museum, tells us more about the program.
Part Two is “Fossils and Formations,” where kids can make their own fossils and learn about Wyoming's fossil past and geologic formations with interactive activities. It runs from 1 to 4pm Monday, October 10 at the Library's Community Room.
The program is free and all kids are encouraged to come and have fun.
Part Three, entitled “ Owls!” will be October 13 at the library beginning at 6pm.
The final part will be Monday October 24th at 6pm and will offer crafts while learning about the history and traditions of Halloween. Costumes are encouraged.
For more information, contact Jennifer Romanoski at the Jim Gatchell Museum at 684-9331.