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Press Release

TEXAS MEMORIAL MUSEUM'S ­ HOLIDAY SALE!

Enjoy 20% off all merchandise in The Museum Store, December 2nd - December 5th, 2010.
An additional 5% off, if you bring your own shopping bag -- that's 25% off your entire purchase!

Save on a new selection of educational toys, books, puzzles, jewelry, t-shirts, stationery,
rocks and minerals, and other gifts.

ALL PROCEEDS SUPPORT THE MUSEUM'S EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN!

Thursday, December 2nd - shop 9:00am until 7:00pm!
Friday, 9:00am - 4:45pm
Saturday, 10:00am - 4:45pm
Sunday, 1:00pm - 4:45pm

LOCATION:
Texas Memorial Museum
2400 Trinity Street (two blocks north of the UT football stadium)

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
contact Store Manager Louise Meeks: 232-4278 lmeeks@mail.utexas.edu
<mailto:lmeeks@mail.utexas.edu>
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Texas Memorial Museum is part of UT-Austin's Texas Natural Science Center. Regular hours:  Monday-Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.; Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.; and Sunday, 1:00 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.
Location:  2400 Trinity Street (2 blocks north of the UT stadium) FREE ADMISSION!
For more information, visit www.texasmemorialmuseum.org.

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UT-Austin's Texas Natural Science Center is comprised of four units:  the Texas Memorial Museum, the Vertebrate Paleontology Lab, the Non-vertebrate Paleontology Lab, and the Texas Natural History Collections.

Mission: to encourage awareness and appreciation of the interplay of biological, geological and environmental forces as they have shaped, are shaping and will shape our world.

The Center's leading-edge research, conducted in the disciplines of biology, geology and paleontology, has produced a collection of 6 million specimens, most of which are from Texas and many of which are unique and irreplaceable.  All educational outreach programs and exhibits at the Texas Memorial Museum are based on these specimens, spotlighting evolution, dinosaurs and fossils, Texas wildlife, and gems and minerals.  The Center is the leader in science enrichment for Central Texas, with educational outreach that includes teacher training workshops, K-12 classroom presentations, public events, partnerships with other science organizations, and a website featuring educational materials for teachers and students.

www.TexasNaturalScienceCenter.org