Join us for our newest exhibit and related programs:
THE PORT HURON MUSEUM
In association with
The International Museum Institute, Inc.
This famed traveling exhibition is now coming to the Blue Water Area from its celebrated showings at the World Trade Centers in Boston, San Juan, and Taichung, the Fernbank Museum of Natural History in Atlanta, the Dinosaur Discovery Center at Colorado National Monument, and the Natural History Museum of El Paso, where it was admired by millions of people. These compelling natural artifacts, rarely seen outside of their respective museums, and NASA pictures of the universe, are on view together for a limited time at the Port Huron Museum.
|This exhibit is open September 17, 2016 to February 5, 2017
Museum is open Tuesday – Saturday, 10am – 4pm
Below is the schedule of exhibit-related programs.
November 12 at 6:00pm – Hot Rock Dinner*
Join us for dinner, drinks, and entertainment with a twist! Celebrate The “PALOEMAINIA” exhibit at the Port Huron Museum. In Partnership with Baker’s Culinary School of Michigan. Proteins, vegetables and accouterments provided. You cook it on a rock at your table!
Members $40 per ticket/ 2 for $75. Guests: $50 per ticket/ 2 for $90. Tickets at PHM sites, Eventbrite.com or by phone 810-982-0891 ext. 110. * Bring your own beverages!
November 19 at 11:00am – Paleo Joe: Dinosaur CSI*
Teens and adults alike won’t want to miss this! Award winning author, archaeologist and storyteller Paleo Joe will be here to take us on a journey to learn about the forensic science behind dinosaur bones and other fossils and the secrets they can tell us!
December 3 at 11:00am – Michigan Rocks!
Presented by SC4’s own Suzanne Doherty, this workshop examines the types of rocks most common in St. Clair County and the reasons for how they got here and how they were formed.
December 17 at 11:00am – STARLAB*
Join us as we host the Cranbrook Institute of Science program, STARLAB, which guides us around the familiar night sky and beyond, detailing our stars and the lore behind our constellations. Ages K-8. Limited seats. Please call ahead to reserve your spot!
January 7 at 11:00am – Forensic Anthropology
Join us as State-certified Forensic Anthropologist, Todd Fenton, presents a look into what forensic anthropology is, how it is used, what he looks for when examining cases, and how conclusions are made based on the evidence found.
January 21 at 11:00am – NASA Space Program*
Our experts from NASA will give a presentation on the photos that accompany the exhibit and will discuss how these celestial bodies came to be.
Carnegie Center 1115 Sixth Street, Port Huron, MI phone: (810) 982-0891Public Programs are free for Members and $5 for Guests, or with paid admission.
*These programs have extra cost. Please call for details on programs and pricing.