Let's get together for a fun evening of identifying the fossils that we find in our mountains and badlands. We'll have a hands on experience and look at a wide range of 'stuff'. Various species of Dino teeth, weird things from the mountains, microfossils under the microscope, put the bones of a raptor foot together, etc.
Next time out hiking and you see a fossil specimen, you may just know that it is a blastoid, tabulate coral, brachiopod, bryozoan, etc. Even when struggling up the last 50 meters to Nahaii Ridge you'll recognize the 320 million year old shark teeth in the rocks...eases the pain.
Feel free to bring any of your own fossil specimens and we can all try and identify them.
No knowledge needed but definitely some enthusiasm.