15 February 2010

What to Do Today: Feb. 16

Take your little dino lovers to the exhibit Treasures From the Earth: Diamonds, Gold and Dinos from 9am-5pm today at McKinney's Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary. This super-cool collection includes rare fossils (there's even a T-Rex skull!), a piece of silver salvaged from a sunken Spanish ship and more. $8 adults; $5 seniors and children ages 3-12; children younger than 3 free.

Mini artists will be inspired by the Modern Museum of Fort Worth's newest exhibition, Andy Warhol: The Last Decade 10am-5pm today-Saturday and 11am-5pm Sunday (closed Mondays; through May 16). Families can explore works created by the famed artist in the last eight years of his life, including abstracts, ads, self-portraits and more. $10 adults; $4 seniors; children younger than 13 free.

Fat Tuesday is here—laissez les bons temps rouler! Kids ages 6 and older can create their own Mardi Gras Masks at 3:30pm in the Denton South Branch Library. Free.

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