How often do you have an opportunity to hunt for fossils with a geologist and a paleontologist? Well, you can do just that at beautiful Caesar Creek Lake in Ohio this April 18. AiG’s Dr. Andrew Snelling, a geologist, and Dr. Gabriela Haynes, a paleontologist, will be leading a group of fossil enthusiasts to this popular fossil destination for a one-day hands-on excursion. It’s a 75-minute drive from the Creation Museum in Northern Kentucky.
Not only will you hunt for fossils, but you’ll also discover more about fossils and rock layers from a biblical perspective.
Not only will you hunt for fossils, and get to take some home with you, but you’ll also discover more about fossils and rock layers from a biblical perspective. Drs. Snelling and Haynes will share about the global flood and its impact on the earth—and you’ll be able to ask them any questions you have. It’s a wonderful and unique opportunity for fellowship, learning, and hands-on fun.
AiG’s fossil hunts always sell out, so be sure to register early to avoid disappointment. We strongly recommend participants be at least 12 years old to attend. You can register on the events page of our website.
Young people will never forget meeting and chatting with such qualified and experienced creation scientists. It’s a phenomenal experience for all.
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.