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February 8, 2021

BAAM is Open Again!

After an 11 year absence, the Biblical Archeology and Anthropology Museum (BAAM) reopened its doors (if only virtually) here on the KRSF Christian Radio website.

January 8, 2010

BAAM is Moving to Van Nuys
After five years of serving the people of Ridgecrest, California, the Biblical Archeology and Anthropology Museum is moving to larger quarters in Van Nuys, California. The new opening date has not yet been set.
The final program to be given in Ridgecrest will begin at 4:30 PM, Saturday January 16, at the current location, 555 W. Las Flores Avenue. This will be your last chance to hear Curator John Aitken talk about the artifacts and see them for yourself. Bring your friends to celebrate the end of an era in Ridgecrest at this free closing ceremony.

January 8, 2005

We got front-page coverage of our January 8 opening in the Sunday, January 9, Daily Independent. The article ran just above our banner ad for the Buried Blueprints lectures starting January 14.
The opening was also covered in the January 12, 2005, News Review.

Watch a short clip from opening day.

September 9, 2004

BAAM previews to enthusiastic crowds at the DEF

The Biblical Archeology and Anthropology Museum teased fairgoers at the 2004 Desert Empire Fair. Some of the artifacts from the museum were displayed in a double booth near the entrance of Mesquite Hall.

The booth got front page coverage in the September 9 issue of the Ridgecrest Daily Independent newspaper. The article is shown below.

BAAM Home Page Programs Exhibits
Hours of Operation After-school Activities Tours and Field Trips

Biblical Archeology and Anthropology Museum
555 W. Las Flores
Ridgecrest, CA 93555

Curator, John Aitken
Head Docent, R. David Pogge