The Garth and Jerri Frehner Museum of Natural History at Southern Utah University is gearing up for an exciting and educational summer season. The museum, known for its dedication to researching and collecting natural science, is offering a variety of new activities and extended hours to engage the community.

From  May 22, the museum will host its Summer Interactive Programming, a fun and educational event for families. This program will be held every Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Visitors can participate in hands-on outdoor activities, explore new exhibits, and enjoy the recently expanded Native Plant Garden. These activities are designed to provide an interactive experience that highlights humanity's interconnectedness with the natural world.

One of the standout new exhibits, “Pollinators!”, will open on July 15. This exhibit will showcase a variety of pollinators, including birds, bees, and butterflies. It will also feature graphics and specimens of unexpected pollinators, offering a comprehensive look at the diverse creatures that play a crucial role in our ecosystems.

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The museum is free and open to the public from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday, making it accessible for everyone to enjoy. With its family-friendly summer program and the engaging new exhibits, the Frehner Museum is a perfect destination for those looking to learn more about the natural world in a fun and interactive way.

The Frehner Museum of Natural History invites the community to come and explore the wonders of nature this summer. Whether you’re interested in pollinators, native plants, or simply want to spend a day learning with family, the museum offers something for everyone. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to connect with nature and learn about the world around us.

Old-School NASCAR Car Logos That Are Still Cool Today

It's pretty common for NASCAR rides to switch designs week to week, but back in the '90s, when the cars had to be actually painted versus wrapped like today, rides stuck with designs for weeks at a time.

Some of these paint jobs never would see the light of day in today's world. Let's run down some some classic NASCAR sponsor paint jobs as well as some forgotten ones.

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