The Kansas Oil and Gas Museum invites the community to attend the Fall installment of Lunchtime Learning Series: Geology and the Oil Patch from noon to 1 p.m. on Oct 25..
This adult program is free and open to the public. The Program will feature a discussion by geologists Jeff Zoller and Jim Musgrove on how the study of geology works in the oil industry.
“The program offers the general public the opportunity to meet professionals in the industry, and to learn a little more specifically how the industry works,” Museum Curator Danielle Feist said. “We use fossil fuels in nearly every aspect of our daily lives. It’s nice to have the opportunity to visit with the people that help to make our main energy source possible.”
The museum’s winter hours run through March 30, and are by appointment only. Museum admission is free.
The Mission of the Kansas Oil and Gas Museum is to strive to collect and preserve the cultural heritage of the local oil and gas industry and interpret our history through innovative, educational experiences for the present and future generations. Museum staff can be reached at 620-793-8301 or email@example.com.