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'The Dawn of Mammals: Colorado Discovery Rocks the World'

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Presented by Colorado College at Colorado College - Gaylord Hall, Colorado Springs CO

Mar 10 2020
‘The Dawn of Mammals: Colorado Discovery Rocks the World’ presented by Colorado College at Colorado College - Gaylord Hall, Colorado Springs CO

Learn first-hand how fossil discoveries here in Colorado Springs, at Corral Bluffs, have rocked the world, forever changing our understanding of what happened after the dinosaurs died.

The Woman’s Educational Society of Colorado College presents “The Dawn of Mammals: Colorado Discovery Rocks the World.”

Learn first-hand how fossil discoveries here in Colorado Springs, at Corral Bluffs, have rocked the world, forever changing our understanding of what happened after the dinosaurs died.

Ian Miller ’99, curator of paleobotany, and Tyler Lyson, curator of vertebrate paleontology, Denver Museum of Nature and Sciences, share their thrilling discoveries and critical impact.

With research originally published in October 2019 in Science magazine, and now a PBS “NOVA” episode, these engaging speakers bring cutting-edge news from 66 million years ago!

Enjoy heavy hors d’oeuvres, wine, and beer along with the presentation. For this event, you may park in one of the following Colorado College lots: Armstrong Hall Lot-Cache La Poudre and Tejon, Spencer Center Lot-behind Cornerstone Arts Center, access via Cache La Poudre.

Tickets must be purchased by March 7, end of business day.

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Doors open at 5:15 p.m.

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Colorado College - Gaylord Hall

902 N. Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs, CO 80903

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