The Perfect Combination Of Dinos And Music At The Willson Auditorium

Dated: 09/04/2017

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This Saturday from 10:30 til 1:00 there will be a mashup from the Bozeman Symphony and Dr. Jack Horner from the Museum of the Rockies. There will be a so-called instrument "petting zoo" to give kids an opportunity to see all of the instruments that comprise the symphony and also the instruments will be available in kid sizes so that they can experience hands-on learning from the experts themselves. After the music there will be an opportunity for Dr. Jack Horner to educate everyone interested in dinosaurs straight from the Montana native himself. Dr. Jack Horner is a world-renowned paleontologist whose been involved with the Jurassic Park movie projects as well. The event is free for all who are interested but it is recommended to reserve seats through the Bozeman Symphony's website as space is limited. We hope to see you there!

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