Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum Announces
Start your own Creation Museum
and Ministry Conference
October 11, 2005, Crosbyton, Texas
Hosted by Mount Blanco Fossil museum and Joe Taylor, in conjunction with The Creation Science Museum of Canada (CSMC), Ian Juby will walk you through his years of experience in starting up and operating a Creation Museum and ministry.
When: October 11, 2005
Where: Mt. Blanco Fossil museum in downtown Crosbyton, Texas
How much: US$50/person, includes free admission to the museum for the week of October 11 through 15th, 2005. Catering will be provided for an additional US$20 which includes lunch and supper on October 11th.
No one else has anything like it! Guaranteed!
For more info call us at (806)675-7777.
On April 24-25, 2001, the Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum sponsored the first ever “How To Build Your Own Fossil Museum” Seminar. This gathering was held at the Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum in Crosbyton, Texas. Over twenty attendees were present from several states including Florida, California, Kansas, Ohio, New York and Massachusetts.
Museum director Joe Taylor greets the conference attendees in the meeting room.
Taylor gives the seminar attendees a guided tour of the museum facilities.
Joe discusses the importance of the meeting with a local Lubbock TV station.
Joe Taylor talks to the seminar attendees about how to make a fossil mold. Museum worker Justin Latimer (in red) demonstrates making a cast.
Andy Hedges, museum employee and cowboy poet lariat, for the Mt Blanco Fossil Museum and the Institute of Omniology, performs for the gathered attendees.
During the seminar the Mt. Blanco team debuted a custom made mobile museum display produced for Bill Mundhausen’s Orion Center in Missouri. This is a product that can be produced for interested parties
The seminar was also an occasion to introduce an upcoming Mt. Blanco book “Fossil Man, Dinosaurs & Giant Mammals Together?” . The author, John A. Watson (center) also helped with the mammoth dig at Lake Champion. Don Ensign (left) and Joe Taylor (right).
Article and photos copyright Mt. Blanco, originally published 2001 and 2005. Re-posted August 2015
*Mt. Blanco Archives: Because of the many changes since Mt. Blanco opened in 1998, we are re-posting many of the old updates, articles, etc. that were originally on our website. Some of the information may be out of date, but each of our archived articles are an important part of Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum’s history.
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