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Insights leads tour of borderland dinosaur fossils [Read More]

Julio-Cesar Chavez, KIVA,  Jan 07, 2018

Dozens of families and children turned up for Insight’s First Sunday Dino Tracks Tour where guides showed them what life was like in the borderland 66 million years ago, taking a hike through the Mt. Cristo Rey foothills where dinosaur footprints are fossilized.

Reanudan recorridos en busca de huellas de dinosaurios [Read More]

Fernanda León, El Diario de El Paso, Miércoles 03 Enero 2018

Sunland Park, N.M.– Los recorridos de huellas de dinosaurios ubicadas en el sur de Nuevo México se han reanudado. Los tours están dirigidos a grupos de estudiantes e incluso a organizaciones sin fines de lucro y miembros de la comunidad interesados en conocer la historia de la región.

Insights El Paso still connecting to the community without building [Read More]

Insights El Paso, a nonprofit organization that brings informal science education to the community, hasn’t had a physical building since December 2016, but that isn’t stopping it from connecting with the community.

Tuesday, November 21st 2017, Kaylee Heck, KFOX14

Insights center reinvented; exhibits go mobile [Read More]

“The center’s physical locations at Alamo Elementary School in South El Paso closed to the public in December to focus on the new format.”

March 3, 2017, Aileen B. Flores , El Paso Times

Insights museum marks anniversary in South El Paso [Read More]

“The Insights El Paso Science Center is marking its first year anniversary at its third location this month. Mandy Kirchgessner, Executive Director of Insights Science Center talks of what may be in store for the center.”

July 4, 2016, María Cortés González , El Paso Times

Insights Declared #1 Museum to Visit in El Paso [Read More]

“It’s Summer in El Paso and are looking for something fun, yet educational to do. Look no further, EPaso411.com has a list of our top five favorite museums to spend your day in the Sun City.”

June 29, 2016, Ceasar Torres, El Paso 411

Insights offers DinoTracks to NM [Read More]

“SUNLAND PARK, New Mexico – More than 200 acres of land where hundreds of dinosaur tracks hide in plain sight could become the starting point for New Mexico’s Rio Grande Trail.

The land has been owned by Insights El Paso Science Center since 2003.”

March 14, 2016, David Crowder El Paso Inc. 

Could Mt. Cristo Rey start New Mexico trail? [Read More]

“LAS CRUCES – An El Paso museum group pitched an idea last week to a state commission that met in Las Cruces: An in-the-works Rio Grande hiking trail could start at the foot of Mount Cristo Rey in Sunland Park.”

January 9, 2016, Diana Alba Soular , Las Cruces Sun-News

Insights reopens for ‘make or break summer’ [Read More]

“Insights El Paso Science Center is set for a soft reopening Monday with summer camps to stir the interest of kids and teens in STEM:  science, technology, engineering and math.”

June 15, 2015, By David Crowder El Paso Inc.

Insights El Paso Science Center Inc. reopens [Read More]

“EL PASO, Texas – The highly anticipated reopening of El Paso’s science museum is here. ”

June 15th 2015, Jamel E. Valencia, KFOX News

Insights El Paso Science Center gears up for grand reopening June 15 [Read More]

“If you remember the energy-sparking Tesla coil, the swirling tornado-maker or the angular momentum machine, you might be excited to hear this: Insights El Paso Science Center Inc. is reopening.”

June 3, 2015, María Cortés González , El Paso Times

Insights Science Center to bring pop-up museum at Bassett Place Mall [Read More]

“EL PASO, Texas – The Insights Science Center has set up a Prehistoric Park pop-up museum to allow people in the community to get a sneak peak of what’s to come in the future center.”

November 7th 2014, Chrisdyann Uribe, KFOX News


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