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Rocktober
Burke Museum, Seattle

Ever wondered about the difference between a rock and a mineral, or how crystals form? Join us next month as Burke geologists take you behind-the-scenes to show some of our extensive mineral collection, a few meteorites and an array of different rocks. Curator, Liz Nesbitt will be on-hand to answer all of your questions!

Bring a friend and "rock" the night away!

FREE event, exclusively for Burke members. Not a member? Join today!

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Time: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

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