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MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THESE SPECIAL EVENTS!
WROL Radio Interviews Steve Bouffard, September 6 at 7:30 pm Mountain Daylight Time
WROL Radio (in Boston) interviews Steve Bouffard (Curator of Birds). Visit the WROL website (www.wrolradio.com) and click on the "listen live" button to hear a live webcast of the interview.
NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM (SEPTEMBER 18, 2015)
The Museum's celebration of the College of Idaho's Homecoming Week activities begins with a wine reception. It will be followed by a public lecture by Dr. Ron Bitner (a member of the Museum's Board of Directors) on "Adventures of a College of Idaho Bee Biologist" and a presentation of awards. The College's new President, Dr. Charlotte Borst, will give an introduction. Come meet her and see who will get the Outstanding Museum Volunteer for 2015, Faithful Museum Advocate, and Museum Legacy Awards!
The event is free, and all are welcome.
THE MUSEUM IS ON IDAHO PUBLIC TELEVISION'S "SCIENCE TREK" TV PROGRAM (2 PM ON OCTOBER 20, IDAHO PUBLIC TELEVISION)
Watch Museum Director William H. Clark and Curator of Coleoptera Dr. Alan Gillogly answer questions about insects submitted by local grade school students. The film is scheduled to air on Idaho Public Television's Science Trek program on Tuesday, October 20, at 2 pm. It will be placed on the program's web site (idahoptv.sciencetrek) at the same time. The Museum will also receive a copy of the program on DVD. (Click here for information on how to watch Idaho Public TV in your area.)
Regularly scheduled events
Friday afternoons: Escape to the Museum (Museum open 1-5 pm)
Workdays: The Museum is open to the public one Saturday a month, from 8:00AM to 5:00PM except during the lunchtime seminar. Members of the public are invited to view the Museum, work with staff on a variety of Museum projects, and attend seminars. Click here for more information. Please contact Bill Clark, 208-375-8605, or Dave Ward, 208-888-6008, if you would like to volunteer or need more information.
PLEASE NOTE: For over 30 years we have supplied lunch for volunteers, more than 18,000 tacos by our best estimate! Unfortunately, with the recent remodel of the science building we no longer have access to a kitchen so we must ask volunteers to make their own lunch plans. If we can find another way to carry on this long-standing tradition, we'll be glad to be fixing tacos for volunteers once again!
Seminars: Free talks, usually on some aspect of natural history, from noon to about 1:30 on Museum workdays. Feel free to bring your lunch!