- List of Exhibits
- Brazos Spring Mural
- Carter Creek Nature Trail
- Coney Island: Visions of an American Dreamland
- Cotton Farming in the Brazos Valley
- Discovery Room
- Flying Reptiles of the Frithiof Fossil Collection
- Frithiof Fossil Collection
- Ice Age Mammals
- Native American Stone Tools
- Ranching and Chuck Wagon Display
- Shells: The Elegant Armor of Mollusks
- The Mary Terrell
- The Republic of Texas
- Past Exhibits
- Astronomy’s New Messengers
- Bandits & Heroes, Poets & Saints: Popular Art of the Northeast of Brazil
- Capturing Time: The Story of Early Photography
- Crystallography: Where Art & Science Collide
- Educator's Showcase
- Educator's Showcase 2011
- Educator Showcase
- El Camino Real de los Tejas
- Enduring Transformation: The Kazakh People in a Changing World
- Farm Life: A Century of Change for Farm Families and Their Neighbors
- From Earth to the Universe
- Getting to the Core: The JOIDES Resolution
- Grass Roots: African Origins of an American Art
- Ice Age: Brazos Valley and Beyond
- Inuit: the art of survival
- Lee and Grant
- Legacy - The Astin Family
- Lizards: Nature's Living Art
- Lone Star Lizards
- Monitor & Virginia: Ironclads at War
- Neches Journeys: Land River and People
- Rarámuri: Runners of the Sierra Madre
- Reconstructing the USS Westfield, A Civil War Gunboat
- Road to Discovery: the Parent Child Interface
- TARZAN: Myth & Mystery
- Texas: Vanishing Habitats and Species
- Texas Writers and J. Frank Dobie: Texan Legend
- The Bison: American Icon
- The Brogdon Hotei
- The CADDO: Traditions and Heritage
- The Shogun Age in Japan
- Two Views of Indigenous Bolivia
- VANISHED: German-American Civilian Internment in Texas, 1941-48
- Wild Land: Thomas Cole and the Birth of the American Landscape Painting
- Wrapped in Pride: Ghanaian Kente and African American Identity
- Getting Involved
- Events and News
Tall Tales: Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History Honors Doug Pederson
The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History proudly presents Tall Tales: a Tribute to Doug Pederson, at the Miramont Country Club on Thursday, January 12, 2012.
The evening will begin with cocktails at 6:00 pm followed by dinner at 7:00 pm. It is a wonderful opportunity to thank Doug for all of the outstanding support he has given to our community over the years. It will be an evening filled with great food, humorous and entertaining stories, music, and fun.
Reserved tables of 10 are $1,000 (includes reserved seating, table recognition, signage & recognition at event, recognition in the paper & website, and premier table locations)
Individual Tickets are $75
Please note that the event has been sold out.
Don’t miss this chance to honor a great man! Call the Museum for more information and to RSVP: 979.776.2195. Seating is limited, so don’t delay. Checks may also be mailed to: Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History, Attn: Tall Tales: a Tribute to Doug Pederson, 3232 Briarcrest Drive, Bryan, Texas 77802.
We will be raffling a spectacular David Yurman Bracelet generously donated by David Gardner's Jeweler's. Raffle tickets will be available during cocktail hour for $25 a ticket or 5 tickets for $100.
The bracelet is a 10mm Silver, Hematite and Diamond Cable bracelet by David Yurman. It has a retail value of $2350.
In the News
Arts Watch: Pederson on hot seat for museum (theeagle.com)
About Doug Pederson
Doug Pederson has been a resident of the Brazos Valley for over 35 years. Originally recruited out of Minnesota and brought here as a freshman in 1976 to play basketball for Shelby Metcalf, he never left. He graduated with a Business Management degree, purchased his first "fixer-upper" in 1989, and began his career of renovating older, run down properties. In 2007 Doug bought what is now "The Green Buildings" on the corner of Broadmoor and Briarcrest.
Recently his "Midtown" gentrification of an entire neighborhood on South College Avenue in Bryan culminated in the BCS Apartment Association's creation of the Pederson-Threadgill award. First given in 2010 to Doug Pederson and Jack Threadgill, it recognizes 20 years of property and community improvement, and the reduction of neighborhood crime rates.
As part of this honor, Pederson helped set future award criteria. New awards will be given to individuals whose revitalization efforts are a catalyst for other projects, lower crime rates, transform neighborhoods, and improve the community’s quality of life.
Active in many ways in the community, Doug is a member of the "Renegades Bible Study". He has also served on the boards of The Better Business Bureau, SOS Ministries, The Brazos Valley Rehabilitation Center, The Government Relations Committee of the BCS Apartment Association, and is a frequent guest lecturer at Texas A&M University.