The Center for the Study of Art, Architecture, History & Nature (C-SAAHN)
Sponsored the following presentation:
Downtown Library 2009 (http://www.buffalolib.org)
2010 - 2011 Downtown Library Noon-Hour Lecture/Discussion Series
"Why are Buffalo Niagara's Art, Architecture, History, and/or Nature Important?"
sponsors the Noon-Hour Lecture/Discussion series on the 2nd and 4th
Tuesday of the month at the Buffalo & Erie County Downtown Central
Library. The theme for the 2010 - 2011 Series on the 4th Tuesday is
"Why are Buffalo Niagara's Art, Architecture, History and/or Nature
The January 25, 2011 speaker was Jerold C. Bastedo Executive Director, Penn Dixie Paleontological and
Outdoor Education Center, Hamburg Natural History Society, Inc.
--- By Dennis Galucki
- The Penn Dixie Paleontological and Outdoor Education Center
is a 54-acre outdoor educational site, not a museum, available for
children 2-102 to have a hands-on experience 'Where Science Comes
- Provides on-site and off-site programs in fossil
collecting, geology, astronomy, birding, wetland investigations and
studies, summer day camps for children, and other programs in the
- In 2010, Penn Dixie had visitors from 39 states, Washington, D.C., and 11 countries.
- Penn Dixie has member support in 23 states and Canada, Japan, and Mexico, in 2010.
- The audience was made aware of the Penn Dixie Site, widely
known beyond our borders and ready to become a major lifelong learning
center for interested students of all ages.