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Haunted Museum returns on October 29th!

Haunted Museum is back!
Enter if you dare… You’re in for a scare!

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Expedition: Ecuador Additional Requirements

Additional information regarding the Expedition: Ecuador program

The following are requirements for all student participants for participation in this program: 

  • United States passport with at least 7 months remaining validity. If you do not have a valid United States passport, you cannot participate in this trip.    
  • Up to date on immunizations, including:
    ·      Mumps-measeles-rubella (MMR) vaccine
    ·      Diptheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccine
    ·      Polio vaccine
    ·      Chicken pox vaccine (varicella)
  • We will not be traveling into the Amazon basin, so you will not need a yellow fever vaccination.
  • Proof of travel insurance that includes emergency evacuation & repatriation. Trip cancellation and lost property are also good to make sure you policy includes. If you have any questions, please contact the Education Director at DALevering@FHSU.edu

 

Please read the following. Understanding of the information below is required to register for this program.

International Camps Deadlines

For international programs, the Sternberg Museum requires registration and

payment of the deposit to be complete by January 6th, 2017. If your application is accepted, the deposit becomes non-refundable. The deposit is used to hold the student’s place in the program, and cover a deposit fee with the guide service we are operating the trip through. For accepted applications, payment must be completed by March 3rd, 2017.

International Camps Refund Policy

Cancellations and withdrawals must be submitted in writing, via email or handwritten letter. Up to the registration deadline of January 6th, 2017, the deposit is fully refundable. After January 6th, 2017, the deposit becomes non-refundable. The remaining registration fee is due by March 3rd, 2017, 2017. The registration fee, excluding the deposit amount, is fully refundable until March 3rd, 2017. After March 3rd, the registration fee is only 50% refundable. After April 7th, the registration fee is non-refundable.

Food

Please add that food on international trips is prepared by guides, service staff, or Museum education staff. We will do our best during international trips to coordinate with our guides and lodges we are staying in to accommodate dietary restrictions.

Contacting Your Child

During international programs, education staff will do their best to provide status updates for the trip via Museum Twitter and Instagram (@SternbergMuseum) accounts. Access to wireless internet or cellular data will be unpredictable. Please assume no news is good news if there are gaps in our online updates. Along with this, please do not count on being able to reach your student by phone reliably. If you need to contact your child during the program, please email them or the Education Director (DALevering@FHSU.edu). If you email the Education Director, he will transmit your message to your student, and follow up however necessary.

Transportation (International Programs)

Transportation for international programs is program-specific. Please see the individual program description, and contact the Education Director (DALevering@FHSU.edu).

 

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Adventures and Activities

 

K-5 After School Program

Tuesdays from 3:30-5:00pm when
USD 489 is in session, starting Jan 17th.
Pickup time is from 5:00-5:15pm.
Cost is $7 for the general public per program, and $5 for Museum members.
Registration paperwork must be turned in prior to your student’s first attendance.

 

For more information or to download the registration packet for Adventures and Activities click one of the links below!

Adventures and Activities Page

 

 

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Exquisite Miniatures

Nov 25, 2015 through May 31, 2016

Wes and Rachelle Siegrist are a husband and wife team who capture the attention of viewers not with outstretched canvas but with miniature paintings so exquisitely crafted that they are often mistaken for tiny photographs. Their tiny treasures, as collectors often refer to them, typically measure less than nine square inches and appear even more detailed when viewed under magnification! Consequently, the Siegrists enjoy a dimension of cheap Cialis 20mg that few painters of standard easel-size paintings enjoy. The artists engage and draw their viewers ever closer to the point where they often become lost within the miniature world. Their compositions reflect broad and diverse encounters with nature and often stress biodiversity and the ecology of humans as well as wildlife.

 

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Virtual Quilt Exhibition

CLICK HERE to be redirected to the quilt show page

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UPDATE: Fossils Found by Charles H. Sternberg Pulled from Auction

The San Diego Museum of Natural History is currently preparing to auction off 6 fossils found by Charles H. Sternberg.  Of those 6, five of them were found in western Kansas.  The auction of sale of fossils is a breech of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology’s code of ethics.

Read more about this and see an open letter to The San Diego Museum of Natural History written by our Chief Curator/Curator of Paleontology, Dr. Laura Wilson.

We are happy to announce that the fossils were pulled from auction and The San Diego Museum of Natural History is looking to make other arrangements to find public homes for these fossils.

Read more the pulling of these fossils from the auction here!