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National Fossil Day


National Fossil Day is observed annually on Wednesday of the second full week in October.  

National Fossil Day was established to promote the scientific and educational values of fossils. This nationwide celebration was first held on October 13, 2010, during Earth Science Week. The National Park Service and over 270 partners, including museums, institutions, organizations and other groups hosted events across the United States allowing the public opportunities to learn more about the world’s fossil heritage.

Earlier Event: October 10
Monthly Meeting