Some trips are for Members Only, some are Open to anyone, some are Adults Only, some allow kids and some are limited in number of attendees because of site location requirements.
To Register for a trip or Event, go to the Event List and click on the blue underlined name of the Event OR you can also go to the Calendar, find the name of the trip/Event, click on the blue underlined name for the Event, and click on the button that says REGISTER.
Everyone was welcome to bring their own fossils for identification..
They are hoping that some of the members of the Dallas Paleontological Society might be interested in participating.
Our Traditional worship services offer powerful preaching, choir, and organ. The music is a contemporary mix of new songs and old hymns.
The am service features soloists and choral ensembles and is a favorite for families. The dress and feel is casual - you will find some people in shorts, some in suits, and everything in between. Church at the Square is an outdoor, casual, and spirit-filled service aimed at serving our neighbors living in and around the Cottages at Hickory Crossing.
Lock and Key Events are a great alternative to the club scene and traditional socials since the fun and unique ice-breaker format ensures you meet tons of new people!
The Dallas Paleontological Society was founded in 1984 for the purpose of promoting interest in and knowledge of the science of paleontology.It was intended by the founding members that the Society would be a network for the exchange of data between professionals and serious amateurs in this field.This is the work of Tekie Tesfamichael, one of our DPS scholarship recipients.There you will see the Events you are registered for and then remove your name.If you cannot attend, please cancel your Registration as soon as possible, so that someone else might attend. The Dallas Paleontological Society normally meets the second Wednesday of every month at PM at Brookhaven College, unless we have something special happening that month. Come meet with us, hear a speaker, learn about paleontology, and bring your unidentified fossils and unique finds to share with the group. Because of the 25 person limit, there was another group of 30 Members who wanted to attend and were placed on the wait-list.Because of the importance that CO2 emissions from fossil fuel consumption are playing in global warming, much research today focuses on the effect of CO2 on past climate change.