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Join Us On January 17 th , 18 th & 19 th , February 21 st 22 nd & 23 rd All Attendees Must Be BVMNH Members* One day dig Museum Members $85 per day. Multiple day diggers receive discounts call for information or go to our website. Why become a museum member? Not only are you supporting the museum, but you receive FREE entry all year to the museum and to all museum programs that are regular entry fee. You receive advance notice and discounts on other fundraising events, seasonal gift shop discounts and specials. Members can join the museum team on a Paleo Dig. The museum has a reciprocal agreement with 9 other museum’s and zoo’s which offers you an opportunity to visit those with either free or discounted entry. * BVMNH one year membership: Individual $25, Senior $20 or Family$75 for more information or registration please call BVMNH 661-324 -6350 or visit us at 2018 Chester Ave., Bakersfield, CA 93301. For additional dates please contact the Museum or see . Page 2 Fun at the 2013 Fall Paleo Digs Museum Paleo Digs at Ernst Quarries Near Sharktooth Hill
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Save these dates! more information available on our website. Geology Talks with Tim Elam Saturday, January 4, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. “Adventures of a Park Ranger at Crater Lake Oregon” Saturday, February 1 at 3:00 p.m. “Shark tooth Hill a Kern County Treasure “ Lecture with Curator John P. Stegall Saturday February 8 at 2:00 p.m. “ Prehistoric Birds of Miocene Kern County” Miocene epoch's prehistoric birds, their fossils, and the people who discovered these remains from Sharktooth Hill and other Miocene bonebeds in our area . Just For Kids Saturday, January 4 at 10:30 a.m.-noon Topic to be announced Saturday, February 1 at 10:30 a.m.-noon Topic to be announced Paleo Digs January 17 th , 18 th & 19 th February 21 st 22 nd & 23 rd Page 3 January & February 2014 Buena Vista Museum Calendar A big thank you goes out to: The Bakersfield Californian Foundation who provided the funds for the museum’s new look, Steve Holloway and his Painting Crew, for all of the hard work in painting the building and designer and sign maker Cynthia Hallstrom for the new updated signage. This is a tough time for any non-profit to survive. Yet it is an exhilarating time to be part of the museum team! This is your museum and the exciting accomplishments are because of the wonderful support the museum receives from our community and members and friends like you. The much needed grants and individual donations are allowing the museum to continue to bring the many educational opportunities to children and adults within our community. Yet operations are still a struggle. End of year donations are tax deductable and would be greatly appreciated. I am so grateful for the heart and soul of the museum...the volunteers, members and our many friends. It is with your support that the museum continues to operate. With your help, this past year the museum was able to conduct 32 school tours and10 in- class presentations. Additionally, you might like to know that museum attendance is up more than 50%!
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