Kids can spend a night at the museum
The Sunny South News, Written by Stan Ashbee
Tuesday, 29 April 2014 Click here to read the article (PDF Format)
Devil's Coulee Dinosaur & Heritage Museum was one of the 2013 Fall Grant recipients from Community Foundation of Lethbridge and southwestern Alberta. The Community Foundation provides lots of support to many different charities that then go on to provide many different community services. Without their help many charities would not be able to do the things that are important to their cause. The museum will now be able to install two new singns, one on highway #4 and another on the lawn in front of the museum. This will increase the numbers of visitors each year to the museum which will give us more opportunity to share the story of how Canada's first dinosaur nesting was unearthed. Thank you so much to the Community Foundation for all the their work.
Devil's Coulee Dinosaur & Heritage Museum Video.
A project on our museum done by local high school students. Contains fragmented interviews with Francois Therrien, Wendy Sloboda and Trish Hill.
Interview with Francois Therrien, Curator of Dinosaur Palaeoecology with the Royal Tyrrell Museum