San Juan College School of Energy will host an Open House in the School of Energy Building. The Open House also will include an unveiling reception of the Oreodont skeleton, a 35-million-year-old prehistoric mammal.
The unveiling will take place at 6 p.m., in the Sherman Dugan Museum, also located in the School of Energy Building, with the reception to follow. Thanks to the generosity of the Dugan Family, the Oreodont skeleton is the newest addition to the fossil and mineral collection, which is the most comprehensive collection in the Four Corners area. The winning entry name of the Oreodont will be revealed at the reception. The School of Energy Open House and unveiling of the Oreodont events are open to the public. Tours will be provided and will include hands-on activities and discussions with industry experts.