Stop by the Sigal Museum during Easton’s Fourth Friday inaugural event on May 26, 2017!
We’re celebrating with free admission to the museum from 4:00-10:00 pm, a dinosaur program for the whole family, and kids’ craft activities. Look for our 19th-century costumed interpreters on the second floor. They’ll be serving lemonade, giving tours of The Cabinet of Curiosities exhibition, and discussing fascinating facts about curiosity cabinets, P.T. Barnum’s museum, and the culture of the time.
Dinosaurs of Easton – 6:00-8:00 pm
Go back in time to the days of the dinosaurs! Join presenter Ed Henning to find out which dinosaurs roamed right here in the Lehigh Valley. Touch a dinosaur egg, see dino skeletons, play a fossil guessing game, and take your own fossil home to start your collection.
Dino Crafts and Fun – 6:00-8:00 pm: Make a dinosaur diorama to take home.
Admission to the program is FREE. Each child will take home one fossil; additional fossils will be available for sale, or start a mini collection for $12.
Ed Henning is an expert in archaeology, geology, mineralogy, and paleontology. He has worked with NCHGS as a member of the Education Committee, advisor to the curatorial staff, and as a speaker, docent, trainer, and producer of educational CDs. He is an adjunct professor at Northampton Community College and an advisor and presenter at the National Museum of Industrial History (NMIH), in Bethlehem.
Ed has assisted Temple University on formal archaeology digs, worked with Lafayette College geology/mineralogy students, and was part of an academic team that conducted geologic site surveys in Pennsylvania. He was also an advisor to the Honorable Chief Robert Redhawk Ruth, Chief of the Lenape Nation of Pennsylvania, on matters of conservation of sacred sites and archaeology issues affecting the Nation.