Ask a Geologist was an out of this world experience

Don Bouffard shows kids a fossilized trilobite and pieces of meteorite during the recent Ask a Geologist Day at Kamloops Museum and Archives.

The popular event is held at the museum every November, in partnership with the Kamloops Exploration Group. A

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ttendance nudged the 100 mark as guests spoke with geologists and had their rocks identified. There were also educational displays, a career game and a colouring station .

The next Ask a Geologist events will be held at the Meet A Machine day in April and at the Kamloops Exploration Group booth at Mining Day in May.

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