Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History visited the children of the library early morning on June 18th. The children learned about fossils, how to excavate them, they also learned about types of dinosaurs and what makes them unique. The children were very excited to learn and participate with the representative John and were even more excited to get to preserve their own fossils to take home! Once they were finished with the Carnegie the children then got to dig for their own fossils and “dino” eggs in a sand pit. It was a wonderful morning of learning and fun while celebrating our library dads!