A little eating and plenty of education

slothJoin us in the Cafe from 12:15 to 1 PM for a unique lunch experience. The lecture begins at 12:15. No outside food is allowed but you are welcome to buy lunch in the Café and bring it into the lecture, or just come hear the lecture. All Lunch and Learns are FREE for members and included in regular admission for non-members. From fossils to stars, Lunch and Learn features a wide variety of topics.


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Gemstones from Pegmatites,
Dion Stewart
Wednesday, March 23, 2016
12:15 PM

 
Members: FREE
Non-Members: Regular Admission

The largest and most beautiful minerals and gems on Earth come from the geological formations called pegmatites. Come learn what a pegmatite is and where to explore to find them.

Join us in the Theater from 12:15 to 1 PM for a unique experience. Please enjoy lunch before or after the presentation.


Mercury TransitMercury Transit,
David Dundee
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
12:15 PM

 
Members: FREE
Non-Members: Regular Admission

Hear Tellus Astronomer David Dundee discuss what the Mercury transit is and what we can expect to see on May 9 here at Tellus!


Decade of Discovery: The Unusual Fossils of Northwest Georgia,
Bill Montante
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
12:15 PM

 
Members: FREE
Non-Members: Regular Admission

Amateur paleontologist Bill Montante will recount his nearly ten year journey of discovery to confirm the existence of soft-bodied fossil preservation in the Conasauga Formation found in Floyd and Gordon counties. Attend this Lunch and Learn and take home a Conasauga fossil collected by Montante!

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