Next weekend guests arrive for our special Día Latino program at the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum here in N. Kentucky. We’re so excited to welcome Spanish-speaking guests from across the United States, September 26, 2020, at the Ark Encounter and September 27, 2020, at the Creation Museum, 45 minutes from the Ark. And it’s not too late for you to make plans to be here!
It’s not too late for you to make plans to be here!
Día Latino at the Ark Encounter includes Spanish translators throughout the grounds to assist you, a special presentation by Joe Owen in Spanish, programs such an astronomy workshop, fascinating animal encounters, and more.
At the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Spanish translators will once again be available to assist you, and there will be a special Sunday morning worship service in Spanish. And Día Latino guests will be among some of the first visitors to see our brand-new Fearfully and Wonderfully Made pro-life exhibit, opening at the Creation Museum on September 25. It’s going to be a wonderful day!
Both facilities have ample space for social distancing as well as health and safety policies in place during COVID.
If you can’t make it to Día Latino (as, sadly, many Spanish speakers in Latin America and other countries cannot come this year due to travel restrictions), we will be live streaming Joe Owen’s presentations on Answers TV. I will also be speaking while Joe translates for our Día Latino guests, as well as those watching the livestream.
Try a free seven-day trial of our video streaming platform to enjoy these Bible-upholding presentations, and so many more, such as science, nature, and adventure programs—including a growing collection of Spanish titles. Visit Answers.tv.
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