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Monthly Crater Talks
124 Company Street
Wetumpka, Alabama 36092


  • Aug 6th, 10A, Kelly Fitzpatrick Gallery

  • Sep 10th, 10A. Kelly Fitzpatrick Gallery

  • Oct 1st, Sat, 10A, Kelly Fitzpatrick Gallery

  • Nov 5th, Sat, 10A, Kelly Fitzpatrick Gallery

  • Dec 3rd, Sat, 10A, Kelly Fitzpatrick Gallery


  • Jan 7th, Sat, 10A, Kelly Fitzpatrick Gallery

  • Mar 4th, Sat, 10A, Kelly Fitzpatrick Gallery

  • Apr 1st, Sat, 10A, Kelly Fitzpatrick Gallery

  • May 6th, Sat, 10A, Kelly Fitzpatrick Gallery

  • Jun 3rd, Sat, 10A, Kelly Fitzpatrick Gallery

  • Jul 9th, Sun, 10A, Kelly Fitzpatrick Gallery                      

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Annual Guided Crater Tours: 2023

Feb 25 (Saturday)

8:25A, 9:55A, 11:45A 1:15P

@ Trinity Episcopal Church

5375 US-231

Wetumpka, Alabama 36092



Children (10-18)-$15

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2023 Proposed WIC Art Projects: (Artist Completion Dates)

  • Feb      K-12 Dino Walk/Foot Print Art Competition

  • Feb      Attack of a Rogue Meteor Animated Video

  • Feb      Meteor Event Sequence Outdoor Murals

  • Apr      Cretaceous Life & Crater Juried Art Competition Due (2D & 3D)

  • May     Alabama Dino & Meteor Sculptures

  • TBA      Artist Painted Crater Art Benches

  • TBA      Crater Water Feature: Structure & Crater Topography High Relief Sculpture

  • TBA      Crater Water Feature: Cretaceous marine life bas relief ceramic tiles


Dr. David King


Crater Research & Findings Lecture

Feb 23, 2023, 6:30P


We're looking forward to seeing you at our events!

Our projects & events depict aspects of Cretaceous Natural History, the Wetumpka Impact Event and resulting Wetumpka Impact Crater; illustrating Cretaceous life and what happened 85 million years ago. Our goal is to make the art and science of Cretaceous Alabama & the Wetumpka Meteor Impact more accessible to a wider public. With the creation of unique and period correct visual art, landscape  graphic designs, illustrations, sculptures and technology by Alabama artists, we want to invite visitors of all backgrounds for a fascinating immersive and educational journey into the past while exploring the relationship between the resulting Cretaceous crater and the effects to climate, land, plants, animals and the world today. 

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