Join OC Parks for Prehistoric OC at Ralph B. Clark Regional Park October 12th

Celebrate local archaeology, paleontology, history, culture and science

 OC Parks invites families to explore the prehistoric history of Orange County with Prehistoric OC at Ralph B. Clark Regional Park on Saturday, October 12 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

During this free, family-friendly event, Prehistoric OC will present fun and educational activities and information to the public about Orange County’s rich history and prehistory with activities, fossils, and artifacts. This annual event welcomes all to learn about local natural and cultural resources every year.

Families can also enjoy various activities including free educational entertainment including volcano demonstrations by the Cal State Fullerton Geology Club, crafts in the Junior Scientist Camp, an Ice Age interactive live show, a giant dinosaur obstacle course and vehicles from the Jurassic Park Motor Pool. Clark Regional Park’s Interpretive Center and fishbowl fossil prep lab will also be open to the public to view real artifacts and fossils from Orange County.

Prehistoric OC coincides with California Archaeology Month, the American Institute for Archaeology’s National Archaeology Day on October 19, and The National Park Services’ National Fossil Day on October 16.

Join us to celebrate the scientific and cultural history of Orange County at Ralph B. Clark Regional Park this October.

October 12 – Prehistoric OC

10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Location: Ralph B. Clark Regional Park

Address: 8800 Rosecrans Avenue, Buena Park, CA 90621

Cost: Free admission and parking

Website: www.ocparks.com/parks/ralph

Contact: (714) 973-3170, clarkpark@ocparks.com

Credit: OC Parks.

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