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Natural History with the Experts to teach public on game day

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Halle Bonner, Contributing Writer

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National History with the Experts is an event for individuals to meet experts in geology, archaeology, biology, paleontology and more. It will take place three hours before kickoff on Saturday and is completely free. Staff members from the museum will be there to answer any questions the public has.

Who: Open to everyone

What: National History with the Experts

When: Saturday, Sept. 22. It is an all day event.

Where: Outside the front entrance of Smith Hall

Why:

“We use this event as an opportunity to connect with visitors that are on campus for game day,” said John Friel, director of the Alabama Museum of Natural History. “We always hold our events on home game days to tie in with the tens of thousands of people on campus to interact with them. Depending on the weekend, we have different topics. This weekend we will have staff members from the office of archeological research set up showing people artifacts and answering questions that the public may have.”

 

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Natural History with the Experts to teach public on game day