SATURDAYS AT 1 PM
Lectures are FREE for museum members — $5.00 for non-members.
July 14th: Finding Lake Idaho by Brian Holm and James Duncan (2019 Interns, BSU)
August 10th: Thunder Eggs by Guy DiTorrice (IMMG)
September 28th Lecture: Chinese Mining History in Idaho by Dr. Pei-Lin Yu (BSU)
The lecture by Dr. Yu will uncover some little-known aspects of the Chinese mining community in the Boise Basin, including a discussion on the ways that archaeologists have learned from artifacts associated with mining and everyday life.
October 5th Lecture: Idaho Dinosaurs by Dr. Krumenacker
Dinosaur fossils found in Idaho. Special attention will be given to one of Idaho’s most common dinosaur fossils, Oryctodromeus cubicularis. Dr. Krumenacker is an affiliate researcher at Idaho State University Department of Geosciences, and recently played a key role in researching, identifying and naming one of Idaho’s prehistoric creatures. His presentation will be perfect for interested students and adults.