These popular workshops are led by the talented Buddy Davis. Gifted by God in many ways, Buddy enjoys sharing his talents as he uses them to glorify God. As an avid outdoorsman, he loves exploring God’s creation and sharing his discoveries through books and videos. Buddy gave of his sculpting ability in the form of dinosaurs used in Creation Museum exhibits. An accomplished singer and songwriter, Buddy plays many acoustic instruments, and his music is enjoyed around the world.
2014 workshop, through January 2, 2015
What do mastodons, mammoths, cave bears, giant sloths, giant beavers, and saber-toothed cats have in common? They’re all animals of the Ice Age…and they’re all big…REALLY BIG! Imagine the size of a dam created by a beaver that is 8 feet long from nose to tail. And when we think of sloths, we usually picture a cute little critter, hanging from a tree branch…but not when they’re 10 feet long! Smiledons, commonly called saber-toothed cats, with their 7 inch fangs and weighing in at up to 600 lbs would be truly fascinating…and intimidating…as they prowled the forest in search their next meal. And mammoths, well, they were truly mammoth in size! Just why were these animals so big? Learn the answer when you join us for the Creation Adventure workshop, Cool Critters of the Ice Age.
With Buddy’s engaging style and witty stories, families will enjoy discovering the truth about these “cool creatures” through solid, biblical teaching. You will also learn what caused the Ice Age after Noah's Flood. The final portion of the workshop is spent sculpting a saber-toothed cat, guided by Buddy, who sculpted just about every dinosaur found in the museum. Come “chill out” with Buddy Davis and learn about the Cool Critters of the Ice Age on your next visit to the Creation Museum.
This program is designed for the whole family to enjoy. Tickets are $3.50 per person (children age 4 and under are free) with museum admission; Members and Passholders receive a 10% discount off on-site purchases.
2015 workshop, starting January 26, 2015. More information will be coming soon.
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