Kwanzaa, Pterosaurs, and Great White Shark

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This Saturday, join the Museum’s 36th Annual Kwanzaa Celebration, which offers fun for the whole family: performances by Tony-award winning tap dancer Savion Glover, a screening of the moving documentary THEY ARE WE by Emma Christopher, a special international marketplace, and more! 

Savion Glover Kwanzaa 2014

Photo courtesy of Savion Glover Productions

Don’t miss the Museum’s exhibition Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of the Dinosaurs and the giant-screen film Great White Shark before they close on Sunday, January 4.  

Come to the Museum to learn about the flying reptiles that ruled the skies more than 260 million years ago. 

See breathtaking footage of the predator we love to fear and discover the critical role sharks play in the oceanic food chain in a journey around the world with filmmakers Steve McNicholas and Luke Cresswell. 

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