Cruisin' the Fossil Coastline Virtual Experiences

Cruisin' the Eternal Coastline II, 2016, Ray Troll
Cruisin' the Eternal Coastline II, 2016, Ray Troll

Step into a world where fossils come to life

Celebrate the Cruisin' the Fossil Coastline special exhibit with these virtual events, activities, and videos.

aerial view of Sucia Island in Washington state
Photo: Nick Danielson
Photo: Nick Danielson

Cruisin' Around Washington: Sucia Island & Stonerose Interpretive Center

Friday, March 19, 5:30–6:30 PM PT

Take a trip around Washington state and learn about fossils and ancient life from two paleontological sites featured in our new exhibit, Cruisin’ the Fossil Coastline!

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Videos

Activities

Print, color, and assemble these paper hats drawn just for you by Ray Troll!

Supplies:

- Printer
- 2 sheets of 11"x17" paper (8.5"x11" if you're making a hat for a kiddo!) for each hat
- Crayons, markers, or colored pencils
- Scissors
- Glue or tape

Instructions:

1. Download the PDF of the hat you'd like to make.
2. Decorate both pages of the PDF and cut them out.
3. Place the two sides together, image sides facing out.
4. Using tape or glue, adhere the edges of both sides together. Don't glue the bottom or you won't be able to wear it as a hat!

Take a picture of your dino design and share with us! @burkemuseum #BurkeCruisin

Downloadable hat designs

Suciasaurus (PDF)

Pachyrhinosaurus (PDF)